41 thoughts on “Daily Quip

  1. Murphy’s Law

    Imagine if we ALL thought…..I’m going to smile at everyone I see….I’m going to be kind to everyone….I’m going to be tolerant of our differences…. I’m going to be respectful of everyone…. I’m going to be a helpful person, not a hurtful one…. I’m going to share my chocolate with Mark and Pam and others!

    Boy! Thoughts can be mind boggling. I suppose that’s why they can change the world!
    Ginger

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  2. Murphy’s Law

    Dale, you and Dan are spot on. I never even considered negative thoughts. Hell, look at what Putin’s “thought” is doing to the world! 🤬
    Ginger

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  3. joylennick

    ‘Peace’ should suffice. Get rid of the autocrats, and it might have a chance. Until a few more are born, that is! Being an optimistic realist is most difficult!! (I just want to read, write, eat chocolate in moderation and love everyone, except the autocrats and their cronies of course!) xx

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      1. Mark Lanesbury

        No, let the so called politicians put plans in place…but all decisions voted on by the public, we have the technology. Then lets see them corrupt a few hundred million people to ‘get’ what they want. In fact, the sleaze would disappear because they couldn’t make any money out of it. And any last minute changes must go back to the public to vote on and ratify. And these current ‘decision’ makers, after months of arguing, conning more money and twisting everything to suit themselves…only make about 6 decisions a year. So it wouldn’t be too hard for us to walk up to our computers and click yes or no to half a dozen questions once or twice a year. And transparency would be you can always check your votes to make sure they haven’t been ‘changed’ and the tally would be instant at the end of the day (and public scrutineers for anything untoward in the voting). Oh, and imagine everyone eating chocolate…no time to be angry or abuse someone…too busy smiling in bliss 😂 🤣

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