Category: Ethics & Morality (Page 1 of 3)
Every time I think of Coca-Cola, I think of The Blinks.
Click on the image to go to the article.
I do find this article fascinating, however, and am reminded how surrounded we are my technological marvels.Â Collective miracles, since no one person holds the key to delivering a can of Coke.Â There’s also a part of me that wonders if all this effort is worth it, too.Â And what pittance I pay for a Coke…it seems like it is “worth” more â€”Â even if I’ve come to expect it cheaper than water, in some cases.
in a sick sort of way… “May the Force be with you”.
"Overman would be proud," I mumbled to myself after hearing the second Elvis song in a row at 8:05 yesterday morning.
Yup, he would be ecstatic that if there was one thing carried over from my high school education, that I could recall Elvis Presley’s birthday with minimal prompting would be it. So I thought about Elvis, quite a bit, in fact. He was hard to escape yesterday, his music on the agency’s sound system all day. I think I may have been growing a bouffant hairdo during this barrage on my sanity.
So I posted a comment on the NY Times Ethics blog for the first time.
Here’s the connection to the article. I am post #194.
Click to go to article. It’s an interesting read.
I posted this on facebook, but thought I would add a little here as well. I heard Jim Harris on NPR and if you view the website, you get a little insight into his life and work – amazing. But you don’t get all the war facts he dropped during the interview. It was shocking, to say the least, to hear how many countries the US has left in a disastrous state of disarray. He also mentioned that as a nation that has never had to rebuild from modern warefare, we are oblivious to the long and often dangerous process of reconstructing a country. It was a great interview and I am glad to know more about them. Great Wisconsinites…
This is from a series I am doing on animal/human territory collisions. Somewhat related to my painting Apex. This is a parking lot near the Eau Claire mall where I saw a fox darting between two SUVs that inspired this painting of a trio of foxes. There should be two more to come, but right now I am very busy painting muslims.