Friday, January 26, 2007

Health Care Colonics

It's amazing how the difference in decades between my parents and me can have such an impact on perspective. But if you think about it, people in the 60s and 70s had much different things to think about than what we now have to compute in our brains here in the 21st centruy. Things are so much faster, and things change so fast, that one can easily get lost in all this technology. But is it not nice when you go to a search engine and just go looking for something, anything, could be on, I don't know, health care colonics, and there is everything you need and could want to find every possible valuable resource on that topic. Yup, even if it is about just that, the internet is the most amazing thing ever and gives you the world at your fingertips.

1 Comments:

Blogger Danny L. McDaniel said...

The old French proverbs goes: "The more things change, the more they stay the same."

I think that proverbs says in all about the internet. If you grew up in the 1960's and 70's, the internet allows to go back to that era daily at hit of a button.

Sites like classmates.com or sites about tv shows and music can take a person momentarily back in time at anytime of the day. I actually know people that do nothing but relive their teenage years on-line everyday. E-bay for memoriblia of an era as well.

The internet is the greatest thing in my life. My mother used to tell me I watched to much television. My wife now tells me I am on-line too much. B

But the internet does make the earth move a little different and I like it!

Danny L. McDaniel
Lafayette, indiana

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