Wednesday, August 13, 2014


from The Washington Post this morning:

dangers of sharing ‘Genie, you’re free’

August 12 at 1:09 PM
On Monday night, as fans around the world began to grieve Robin Williams’s death, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences — best known, in many circles, as the people behind the Oscars — sent out what may be the iconic social media image of Williams’s death.
More than 270,000 people have shared the tweet, which means that, per the analytics site Topsy, as many as 69 million people have seen it.
The problem? It violates well-established public health standards for how we talk about suicide.

Evidently the slave owners do not like this kind of talk.
Its expensive to obtain slaves and even more expensive to train them and to keep them in line.
Good slaves, especially good rich slaves like dear Robin, are not supposed to die like this.  don't you all know this?  They are supposed to be checked in to a nursing home and slowly bled by leaches until broke, for however long that takes ....

I do hope and pray you all are paying attention! 

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