With the Passing of Time


Posted on: May 19, 2008

\pruh-PENN-suh-tee\ | noun

1 : an often intense natural inclination or preference

The first site interestingly enough is a page of propensity quotes. I clicked a random one and found this great bit from Carl Sagan: “A celibate clergy is an especially good idea, because it tends to suppress any hereditary propensity toward fanaticism.” True that.

The first picture is of the “specific propensity model” whatever the hell that is.

If you click through you’ll find a report about military retention. I think reports like this are old news. Considering the increase of suicide in our soldiers because they’re being forced to fight a never ending war and serve longer terms all for the benefit of the oil elite, the powers that be better be more concerned with the mental health of our troops and on how to get them home as quickly as possible. But this administration has proved time and time again how little it cares for its soldiers. After all, Georgie and his pals had rich daddies to keep them from ever having to be in harms way. When they weren’t drunk or coked up that is.


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