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  1. I'm a scientist. Should I be all upset that scientists don't get equal time here? Oh, and I am not as thin as I would like, so perhaps I can get my panties in a bunch over the fact that these videos don't focus upon the trials and tribulations of the gravitationally-impaired? And, I am a drummer and percussionist. Drummers are often the butt of the joke amongst musicians. I can weep over this as well.
    What a waste! There is always something to be sad about, but there is always something to be happy about as well. I think that the difference between a happy person and a miserable one is often attributable to what they dwell upon.

  2. Why is it that there are always folks who examine everything with a fine-toothed comb in order to discover some reason to feel slighted or offended? Why is it that these are the same folks who define everything by skin color or related categorization and then complain about racism? Get a life, folks! Lighten up and enjoy each day and savor those things of value and beauty and don't dwell unnecessarily upon those things which can be distorted into a reason for offense?

  3. People must be left speechless. So far I am thinking it is kind of centered around whites and their struggle and I'm sure Black people will me mentioned in a very succinct section on the civil rights movement.

    On another note, I'm watching this for the purposes of research for my Photographic Essay class and I find the curators of these artistic institutions putting into words what I have always thought when I look at photos from long ago. Still, I'm learning a ton. Thanks for posting.

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