The term "poor" has become relative to many based on personal experiences. There are times when there isn't any interest in providing basic necessities, unless those perceived necessities meet the standards of the donor.
At what point are the poor, no longer poor? Is giving in America tainted by one's feeling of entitlement in thinking that others are also entitled to more than three basic needs? If so, then what impact does that have on one who gives out of shame?
Image via WikipediaI went to see a 3D movie yesterday for the first time since using the archetypal 3-D glasses. It was disappointing. After this experience, I would pay less to watch a movie in 3-D. It's dark. It takes time to adjust. The glasses are annoying.
I could be of a small minority that doesn't care for this viewing style, but I predict the new 3-D experience to be another fad that dies out in the next 2 years. That is, unless major improvements are made. Even then, price would still be an object.
Any other opinions?
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