Thursday, October 30, 2008

Et Tu, BBC?

Last night during my late-night news-wandering I came across this story. It seems that while so many of us are concerned about climate change, inequality, poverty, a looming global depression and other such trivialities, we have been negligently overlooking a major concern. A new generation of kajillionaire inheritance recipients are facing the stress of having to figure out what to do with themselves and all that wealth.

I for one am ashamed that I have wasted all this energy in trying to remain free while doing my part to make the world a better place. How could I have been so selfish? We must all devote our wretched, profane selves to helping these future leaders consolidate and develop their piles of gold so that we may receive the glory of that which trickles down. Long live the King!!

Yep, that's right...I can write horse crap too. I am so disappointed that even the BBC seems to have been lost.


Anonymous said...

Hello Soapboxtech,

"The rich are just as miserable as the rest of us they're just better fed and warmer"

Ohh the poor little rich kids what will they do???

Serve the agenda, that's what.

I'm no Christian but the following verse always made me feel alright about my "poverty"

Luke 18.25: "It is easier, in fact, for a camel to get through the eye of a sewing needle than for a rich man to get into the kingdom of God"

SoapBoxTech said...

Hi Bard, thanks for visiting and joining in.

I agree, btw.