Niagara Gazette — The recent rash of unfortunate extreme vitriol both on the national as well as the local levels can only be the result of bad information, most of it fueled by fear, mistrust and, in some cases, over active imaginations fed by economic stress, isolation and the poverty of spirit.
Too many people are accepting nonsense as truth, forming rock solid opinions based upon the bad information and biased opinions they’re processing, and thereupon, making regrettable decisions with catastrophic results.
Whether it is the adoption of an all-candy diet, or a “Stand your ground ... shoot first, blame later” principle, some common sense must prevail over our decision-making, or half of us will wind up as obese, pistol packing idiots, succumbing to diabetes and heart disease and the other half will end up shot dead.
Might I suggest a drastic change in diet, both in what we eat, and in what we feed our brains will lead us all to better outcomes than the catastrophic results we are certainly headed for if we don’t slow our roll and modify our consumption.
As they say, “Garbage in, garbage out,” right?
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