The Pandemics Keep on Coming:

Violence is off the charts as booze washes away the brains

What can be expected? Violence is so pandemic in the movies, video games, and news stories that reality has mixed with fantasy & desensitization to violence has developed in easily influenced youth. Not the intellectuals nor the talented debaters nor the writers on the school papers are the heroes, but the heroes are the bullies out on the football field rubbing someone else into the dirt. What a repulsive sport, & destroying what is left of their brains after the schooljails have…

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Psychologist, psychotherapist (Worldwide thru Skype), conflict mediator; organizational, creative thinking, & unschooling consultant; Heretic. www.stoskus.net

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Vytas Stoskus

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Psychologist, psychotherapist (Worldwide thru Skype), conflict mediator; organizational, creative thinking, & unschooling consultant; Heretic. www.stoskus.net

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