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I suppose some of them think it's easier to blow something up than actually go out and work for a living.

The Flyer

Its easy to forget about the ones closest to home. I think it doesn't matter what religious or ethnic or socioeconomic group one comes from, as a member of a community, its our responsibility to look out for one another, and help each other like a big family, and in the process, no one gets left out... so no one feels like they're helpless and forgotten and so feels no need to blow things up just to get heard.


Yeah, well, what about personal responsibility? Since when is it society's job to make sure someone gets everything they want?

I grew up in one of the poorest parts of the US. I worked hard to get where I am and no one, especially not "society" gave me anything.

I would be sympathetic if they were actually out there trying to succeed, but some just don't try. It's so much easier to sit back and say it's all someone else's fault rather than taking responsibilities for one's actions.

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