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The woman was on TV tonight discussing John Travolta's son passing away and the real cause of his death. She did not say anything that was offensive about the Travolta's but went on a tangent about what business is it of the public and the media concerning the death of their son? Now, I agree with Nancy, it really isn't our business. We are not involved with the family other than being fans and I am sure many are like me who felt bad for the Travolta family, but why is it that a news woman is on NATIONAL TV telling the public it is NO ONE'S business when she is discussing the news reports as well?!?!?!
I think the woman is a bit over the top. Yes, it is my opinion. She is the most obnoxious person I have ever seen!
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Malls have replaced some centerpieces of our lives. We now go to malls to relax instead of to the beach. To eat good food, we either had a cook-out or we went to a good restaurant; now we go to malls. Some malls provide worship services, so many people now go to malls to worship, not to the church.
Is this development good or bad? Is there a dislocation, a disconnect here somewhere, somehow?
In terms of products for example, can malls be viewed as the quintessence of disconnection from the surrounding villages since the products in malls are mostly over-packaged, over-processed, and have been transported over hundreds of miles that started abroad, not in the surrounding villages?
If malls are the wave of the future, how can they accommodate the message and the practice of frugality, simplicity, thrift, self-sacrifice, self-denial, and sublimation in the combination of gloss and hype and consumerism and sometimes hedonism that malls project to the consumers? Or am I just oversensitive and alarmist about the role of malls in our lives and lifestyle, in their relation to the local economy, and in the shaping of our values and culture?