Weekly Photo Challenge:Indulge

To spend unlimited time, reading…

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The ultimate indulgence!

 

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24 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge:Indulge

  1. starbear

    LOL! I don’t think of books and reading as indulging… I work in a Library… so in some ways I’m immersed in books… surrounded by books, ordering books for myself and others. The shelves you have illustrated here reflect my own diverse likes… hmmm, I saw the title Stone Tools… Thanks! for indulging us!:)

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    1. MargeKatherine Post author

      Thanks — I have a pile of magazines that I get from the library and it’s always a sweet moment when I get to peruse them. So many ideas, websites, photos and creativity!

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    1. Hayato

      , “I think civil liberties and human rigths are of critical importance. I value honesty and integrity in a leader, and I think that in order to get as close as possible to that ideal, the government needs to be accountable to the people and act transparently and openly (with this openness backed up by a free press that takes its responsibility to the people seriously).”I can’t argue with that. As far as the press, my opinion is that you have to read a wide political spectrum of news and opinion to get most sides of an issue. Even news, as conservative news outlets cover the kinds of stories that interest conservatives and liberal news outlets cover the kinds of stories that interest liberals.As far as opinion, the Internet has a wide spectrum of political opinion. :-)I have no doubt you’re passionate about Senator Barack Obama. I have tried to discuss passionate subjects with you on ExmoSocial in the past. I’m not anxious to try again.I don’t believe that the future of mankind on the planet is as dire as you posted. Certainly, we should conserve and not be wasteful of our resources.I went and looked up rational in the dictionary, just to make sure it meant what I thought it meant. Here’s the entry from the Merriam-Webster online definition:Main Entry: 1ra tio nal Listen to the pronunciation of 1rationalPronunciation: \ˈrash-nəl, ˈra-shə-nəl\ Function: adjective Etymology: Middle English racional, from Anglo-French racionel, from Latin rationalis, from ration-, ratioDate: 14th century1 a: having reason or understanding b: relating to, based on, or agreeable to reason : reasonable (a rational explanation) (rational behavior)2: involving only multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction and only a finite number of times3: relating to, consisting of, or being one or more rational numbers (a rational root of an equation) ra tio nal ly adverb ra tio nal ness nounI meant definition 1b, agreeable to reason. There are rational reasons to support Senator John McCain. You may not like them, but that doesn’t make the reasons irrational.As far as my values and expectations towards government, I prefer a government that is a bit humble, that doesn’t believe government is the solution to all problems, and considers the will of the people, as regards to immigration and trade, as more important than the Ivy League theorists.

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