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Monday, August 21, 2006

Money can't buy you everything

Plain and simple, it's been proven again and again that money can't buy you everything. Not even a space flight to the International Space Station, as this "space tourist" found out when he paid nearly $20 million US for a 10-day stay in orbit. He probably had a nervous breakdown after realizing it would be much better to wait for the future development in commercial passenger space travel than to be a pseduo-pioneer, buying his way to a space flight. Ha, in your face, Mr. Enomoto! What good does green do when you don't even have the health to enjoy it?

Seriously, these people need to wake up and, instead of wasting money on nonsense, be more aware of the people and the environment around them. Frankly, we're all living under a single, global community called Earth, we're all in this together and inseparable from one another. A mishap from one part of the globe would be felt across the entire community. Be it a disaster, a disease, or the ongoing Global Warming, the effects of which would for sure be carried on for generations to come. It is much better to financially support and combat these problems than to live in denial and be overwhelmed with meaningless spendings.

1 comment:

Kat said...

Seriously...who can justify wasting 20 mill like that? So many other ways that money could have spent that would have meant something! The world needs more philanthropy.