posted by RRRGroup at
Thursday, March 09, 2017
To my way of thinking, its the lack of a moral compass which guides us.The defacing/destruction of private and public property is all too apparent this day and age...at least that is my perception. I don't know of any species past and present that succumbs to such antics.
By Tim Hebert, at Friday, March 10, 2017
If the addled brain responsible for this could just for a moment appreciate the magnitude of his error, he'd die of shame.
By Vince R. Ditrich, at Friday, March 10, 2017
RE:"If the addled brain responsible for this could just for a moment appreciate the magnitude of his error, he'd die of shame."Couldn't agree more! Especially, when they sober-up and realize what they've done.The same thing goes on in cemeteries, with the smashing of tombstones, Outrages!...What makes them do it? Are they drunk & showing off, or just plain loopy, or both.I think this generation is lacking in respect, & couldn't care less..at least some anyway, not all..............
By Daniel, at Friday, March 10, 2017
I've spent a lifetime in the Arts. It's clear to me that dim-bulbs too often respond to creativity with destruction. While they attempt to devalue a creation, they unknowingly reveal their inner despair. Just smart enough to realize they're idiots. Must hurt.
Fellows...It's a kind of evil....I can't fathom why someone would do such a thing, but Vince you come close to an explanation..RR
By RRRGroup, at Friday, March 10, 2017
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