Please understand that this family lives in the woods, it’s not a corpse or woodland. The children are in the woods when they are outside. It is wilderness. They had survival training. They knew not to go past the marker, but they did. It is not parental neglect. Wonder how the Syrian kids have their adventures.
Glad these kids had cereal bars, water and there was a team looking for them and they were found within 48 hours and also they were aware of the woods. A memorable adventure covered by BBC! Folks keep calling it a miracle, which is by definition an unexplainable good thing. These girls survived by using skills they learned in 4H, they survived with their intelligence. It wasn’t a miracle. They used their heads. It is explainable. And they should get all the Viking Dragon Emblem shirt
because they deserve it!
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I honestly think we should have some sort of tracking devices for our kids. That could have been really bad…. something like a bracelet they can’t easily remove themselves or necklace or something that’s not easy for them to lose. Some kids are just adventurous man like that little guy who took off in North Carolina… I got a kind of respect that adventurous spirit. Why? It explains itself. Nothing difficult in understanding what it means. Are you telling us now that there should be degrees of racism before you reach the epicentre of its meaning? You either are or you aren’t. No exception like he or she was just joking. What I conclude from this article is that EVERYBODY is racist. And you know what? That’s inevitable. The problem is that when that racism becomes toxic
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At work today I heard two customers talking about loving thy neighbour and till death, the Viking Dragon Emblem shirt do part etc. It then developed into a conversation of why certain words can’t be used. For instance, one person said they couldn’t see what was wrong with using the n-word, as apparently black people use it themselves.
This is just one example of the lack of education, ignorance and awareness about race issues in the UK. But some small steps have been made, for example, the n-word is frowned upon and is not a general term used as it once was, and those who use it are often marking themselves out as racist. As for black people using it, I remember a Lionel Richie interview in which he said his father fought so much for that word to not be used, that for a black person to use it is going against any attempt at racial equality and eradicating racism. A hell of a lot needs to be changed, but I’m glad the younger generations are being taught, to some degree, about racism, it’s history and presence today. Hopefully, in 50 years time when we come to mark 100 years since the peak of the civil rights movement in the US, the world will have progressed a lot in terms of something that should always have been: racial equality.