I don’t think any of these groups of protesters are there to support the Fink.
That is where I’m trying to stay in today’s society…
Think again, bub. You’re just a stone’s throw away!
If you’re rich and above the herd, all is swell.
From a distance the world looks blue and greenAnd the snow capped mountains whiteFrom a distance the ocean meets the streamAnd the eagle takes to flightFrom a distance there is harmonyAnd it echoes through the landIt’s the voice of hopeIt’s the voice of peaceIt’s the voice of every manFrom a distance we all have enoughAnd no one is in needAnd there are no guns, no bombs and no diseaseNo hungry mouths to feedFrom a distance we are instrumentsMarching in a common bandPlaying songs of hopePlaying songs of peaceThey are the songs of every manGod is watching usGod is watching usGod is watching us from a distanceFrom a distance you look like my friendEven though we are at warFrom a distance I just cannot comprehendWhat all this fightings for…
And as long as you stay up there, it will be!
Looks like a black and white issue.
That is not a protest, it is a Berkeley class reunion.
I’m reminded of something arlo guthrie said on stage once, that looking back at the 1960’s he realized he had more in common with the people he was shouting at than the people who did nothing. At least the people who turned up to argue cared, they might not agree with him on the solution but they cared enough to get involved which the people on the side lines didn’t.
Rise above the fray.
Better safe than sorry….
you should have borrowed some orange and red !s from the Fusco Bros.
I have noticed throughout history that whenever two opposing groups are in close proximity, violence always break out. Sad.
Then ALL is not well.
A little distance provides some perspective.
That’s higher management for you. They have no idea what goes on in the lower echelons.
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