I love it! I sometimes put grafitti on my blog, but it is mostly non-text (other than one instance when it was against France’s Nicolas Sarkozy). Maybe this has something to do with the fact that I am in France.
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I like your blog very much. Nice idea and very wise descriptions. Your buttons are smashing. I’ve clicked in all of them (one by one, of course). Good luck and happy blogging.
Nice blog 🙂 and this post is so so true. I’m originally form the UK and have lived in Australia and NZ too. Sadly each country has the same approach to what makes us “developed”….. fast food, TV, materialism, being lazy, convenience and consumtion consumption consumption.
On a positive note though- I have alot of sunshine here and can enjoy the outdoors…… where most consumers don’t wonder from their “things”.
Wonderful post. I’m quite optimistic because of all you people who share and support the same view. As I often say in a game of Monopoly “Greed will be your demise Muaahahah” =). I’m sure we’ll see a ripple, if not a wave of changes due to the economic issues the world is facing. However, I do believe things will get worse before they get better.
G’day from the land down under! Your post was most interesting and relevant to current experience here in Sydney. I have just returned from travels in Barcelona (same), New York (same) and San Francisco (same). Marrakech, Morocco was different. A place where ‘culture’ is strong and almost thrown in your face once you arrive at the airport.