GET TO KNOW YOU TOO MUCH- GTKYTM.
If there's one thing that I'm afraid of is GTKYTM. There are some people out in the world that shares way too much personal information about themselves and sometimes their significant others.
I'm not saying I'm against sharing information, but too much of it. Some people live off of knowing every little details about your life. Some people live happier knowing very little about your life.
Some need a little of both.
GTKYTM is becoming a problem in the United States especially now that we're in the mobile digital age. Majority of most Americans report that they have a Facebook account. And if they don't, you can be sure that today's teenagers will sign up and have an Instagram account (which again is owned by Facebook).
GTKYTM is when overload of your personal information is share publicly without the need of strict permission. In other words, Facebook allows you to bypass that by allowing you to share everything and just too much of anything. Including allowing users and potential employer to research about what you like and dislikes.
Yet, we have reach the point where Americans just can't help themselves and they have a need to know what's going on or must need to know more about a specific individual. It's not exactly a disease; yet, it's not exact an epidemic either.
GTKYTM need a fair and balanced approach. How that should be implemented should be discovered with an open discussion between all walks of life, yet, it should be blunt as well.
Keep it as a "on a need to know" mentality should do the trick.
I wanted to take the time now to recall my experience going to my second Giants baseball game in three years. It's always a special moment going to a baseball game; it's even more of a special moment when you go to a baseball game with friends and colleagues. Sometimes you have to figure out how to keep work and personal life separate, however, at times, it can work in the best interest to go out and enjoy the company of your co-workers.
My favorite memory is enjoying getting up out of my seat after a home run or a run to home play and giving my colleagues high five! We talked about anything and everything. From future jobs to movies to what my colleagues wifes were up to. I enjoyed the sipping a cold hefe beer with the Bay wind pressing upon my face.
Good memories. Yet, great memories are the ones when your favorite baseball team wins one at home.
Go to a baseball game and find out why. :-)
So my girlfriend finally got her wish: she wanted to see World War Z. I on the other hand wasn't all that excited about it. The earlier reviews were mixed. Thus, I wanted to wait until it came out on either Redbox or Netflix because I didn't want to spend $40 for the whole movie experience and then be mad at myself for wasting my money and time.
She kept asking to go see it and I kept putting it off... But then, she got confident and decided since it was already out on Redbox that she surprised me!
Movie night tonight!
Now the review: I think the movie wasn't that bad. I think it needs more improvement in the dialogue as well as the general overall storyline. The storyline is quite vague a day there wasn't enough information for the audience to take away from the movie. Especially at the end of the movie...
The acting was pretty solid for the most part, but I felt that it needed more fun moments to get the audience to feel like if it was them in the movie they would need a fun, strange sense of humor with all that is going on.
The computer graphics were awesome, but at times, I felt that in some scenes in the movie they were unrealistic. However, I can understand why most of the movie needed that much computer graphics. Point said, I think the second part should focus more on the storyline and focus more on the human elements of the movie.
To be honest, there were not really tons of classic or memorable lines in the movie, only one I thought that was memorable is one of the scenes in movie... At the end, when Brad Pitt finally takes a break and gets a sip of Pepsi.
My vote 3/5 stars.
Can someone explain it to me more clearly?
First, I'm writing this post just for clarity. I'm not writing this post to belittle anyone. I'm not writing this post to go against anyone in the American government. And, I'm specifically not writing this post to go against the President of the United States.
In fact, I'm a huge fan of the President of the United States, President Obama. I predicted that he would be the next President of the United States when he was a two-term Senator. Everyone was shocked to find out that I was right.
I'm writing this post for myself.
Just to make sure that I understand clearly what has been happening in the last year.
In August, President Obama said that the "red" line for US involvement would be if Syria used chemical weapons during their civil war. At the time, I thought to myself, well, that make sense, chemical weapons on a massive scale is extremely deadly. Yet, at the time, between 20 to 30,000 people were killed. On January, 2, 2013, the UN reported that 60,000 were killed in the war.
You, President Obama, waited until 150 people were killed by chemical gas, as the "red line"?
And now, according to UN, 90,000 people have been killed?
Why didn't you do something when the first 1,000 people were being killed?
Why didn't you do something when the first 10,000 people were being killed?
Why didn't you do something when the first 100,000 people were being killed? Wait, we haven't gotten to that number....yet?
Mr. President, as a man who love history and the Constitution of the United States, havent you learned anything yet?
France came to our aid when the English was trying to quell the American rebellion.
Mr. President, haven't you learned that when a rebellion starts, that you must choose a side.
You cannot, must not, remain neutral when a country wants democracy!
Exactly, my point NYtimes.com.
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