Excess thoughts on Life Photography and Art

September 11, 2006

Do you Remember

Filed under: 9/11, blood, children, death, fighting, hate, Life, limits, loss, Money, pain, profit, remember, sadness, TV, Uncategorized, violence, war — aprilda @ 10:59 am

 

 

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August 29, 2006

WWE Not A Good Role Model for Children

Filed under: blood, child, children, fighting, limits, McMahon, Money, profit, TV, violence, WWE — aprilda @ 4:18 am

You know I grew up watching wrestling my entire life. I’ve watched many a “superstar” climb into the ring and fight it out. But tonight I was disqusted by what I saw. I was flipping through when I saw the McMahons beating the crap out of “DX” by using metal bars and cords and a camera. You know as an Adult I know what’s real and what’s not, but a child doesn’t. I can guarentee that at least 1/2 of all children in Oklahoma watch wrestling.

I’ve always believed in people having freedom “artistic expression” however, I think it’s gone to far. It’s one thing to portray these men and women as Athletic and allowing them to battle it out. It’s another to have half naked women prancing around and showing little boys that you can win if you use metal poles and other blunt objects.

You know these companies have to use these tactics because without them Absolutely no one would watch them. Reason you ask It’s become so fake. I mean it’s more like a freaking soap opera. What happened to good old fighting?? It’s sad really it is!

McMahons make millions off our children eating up this crap. Is this really the example we want our children to see?

August 26, 2006

St. Judes

Filed under: charity organizations, child, non, profit, Uncategorized — aprilda @ 3:53 am

St. Judes Hospital is a place where a child can regain hope for a future. They excel in finding new ways to treat medical ailments in children. St. Judes never asks for money from patients who have no insurance, insuring that every child gain the treatment they need. If there were a foundation in need of our dollars, St. Judes would be top on the list. Please visit the site and feel free to click on the Donate now tab and give what you can to help save the lives of children.

http://www.stjude.org/

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