Thursday, September 13, 2007

Who Cares?

You know while I'm checking my friends' blogs, I tend to check their friends' blogs and those friends' blog and so on... It's fun reading random things from people I don't know. I leave them un-commented mostly but this post had to be noticed. I don't know the person who wrote it and it is probably one of the most selfish things I've ever read.
Check it out:
It's the first time I'm convinced some people deny global warming is happening. And somebody please tell me how obesity relate to global warming??!!
There are a few care-less people in this world, ok maybe more than a few. It's really annoying to see him talk like that.
Well, I just thought I'd share that.


Unknown said...

Oh Noory-Noor, I just read the guy's post what a DORK! :| IDIOTIC-PIECE-OF-ANNOYING-LITTLE-FISHY-SILLY-*** :)
Unfortunately, most of the world population is like him. But there's this little group that can make changes, which comprises us :P So let's be optimistic!

Lu said...

I agree with Vic!

I hated this:
"Face it, you live in a shallow world, the only thing people are going to judge you by your face and how fat you are."
If people wanna judge me by my face or how fat I am, then I'll let them go to hell. I mean, it's the truth sometimes, but there are different people. And the world is one and we all live in it, so we have to deal with the future together.

I know a lot of people like him - and I've been influenced by them, agh. But now I believe there are other ways and other reality, and we should go and find it.


Ashok said...

Hi Noor, interesting post. Let me let you in on a little secret. Chances are every time you trip the person you will come accross is exactly like that.:P

The important thing for us is to laugh at their stupidity in front of their faces and not let our blood pressure levels go up.:D

For them stupidity is not a concept, but a way of life.:D

Karina said...

It's hard for a man to believe in the truth if his job depends upon not believing it

FaerieDevilish said...

I think that coming across posts like that is cool.
The not-so-cool part is that they're generally not fictitious, nor few.