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Red Versus Blue - Polarizing Society

Please don't take the use of colours in this post as being anything related to the symbolism of political party colours, because that's not what it relates to. Colours are symbols. Ambiguous and can literally mean and be interpreted as anything.  Problems always arise when you worship the symbol more so than what it stands for. In these times, polarization refers to being bounced around between diametrically opposed symbols, via colours. So these colours are not a reference to party politics. Here's something quite interesting, and its certainly indicative of a much larger and more complex challenge in society. On the morning of the Uvalde school attack in the United States, in my own community in Regent Park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and about two to three hours before the actual time of the attack, several people in my community, many of whom I refer to simply as a cult, began harassing me excessively. This started in the wee hours of the morning of 24th of May of this

Hoping For The Best In The Florida Condominium Collapse...

This is one of the few places that the word hope can be used in its proper context, some of the others being treatement and recovery from injury or illness and medical and scientific research. When a tragedy strikes where there are still so many unaccounted for, hope is a word that can accurately be used to describe the anticipation of the best outcome for all, especially where that outcome is beyond one's own ability to affect. Mostly, hope implies that everything is in the hands of experts trained to deal with such situations and finally the seemingly random unfolding of reality, where accidents and tragedies do happen.

Shhhh! Digital Media is truly hoping for the best outcome in the Florida condominium collapse and that many if not all of those unaccounted for will be found alive.

Brian Joseph Johns