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Date: February 18, 2012, 1:11 am

From: Karen:
Hey there. I found your blog on plegrobgorforum.net. Congrats on beating cancer. Your blog has become one of my favorites, and I will be a regular reader from now on!

Date: February 18, 2012, 1:47 am

From: Billy:
kirojitti:Jestas miten taas rupes harmittaan toi H&M:n paljettitakki! Tai oikeastaan se, etten tajunnut sita aikoinaan ostaa. Tyhmasta paasta karsii : ( Ihan tajuttoman kivahan se olisi ollut!

Date: February 19, 2012, 9:48 pm

From: Nsrkanni:
Dan,Nice eorfft and there really is a need for a clear, succinct explanation of the difference between E2.0 and Social Business. However, I do think merging them together and renaming as collaboration is essentially a non-starter since 1) E2.0 and Social Business are NOT quite the same and 2) collaboration does not have to be social, and 3) Social Business in particular can mean things other than collaborating.I'll address this online soon.Best,Dion

Date: December 5, 2013, 10:35 pm

From: Babeth:
Smart thkniing - a clever way of looking at it.

Date: December 6, 2013, 5:05 pm

From: Formen:
Great point about collective reiibnsioplsty. @King ,You also have a valid point about people voting actively for some policy. Just to counter a bit. Two issues. First, the majority might have voted a certain way that, and thats what decided the policies though there were a sizable minority that opposed those policies. Second, what if members of a well-identified group participated in some act based on some perceived sense of belonging against another well-identified group. No voting or official policy was involved, and there might have been a sizable people of the first group who were opposed to these acts. Do you spread some collective reiibnsioplsty for on the first group for not doing enough to prevent members of their group from committing those acts? Just voting or not voting is some lawyer talk to me. Its a red herring in my view.Example, Rwanda. It was a civil war and probably the causes are quite complex. Still, no official election decided if there should be a genocide. Is there some collective reiibnsioplsty on the entire nation, though not everyone participated on it? Would the answer be different if there was a genocide following an election with a narrow margin win (51% for, 49% against) or a large margin win (97% for, 3% against)?@Bigwowo,Yes the Whites alive today were not the ones that stole Native American land. However, the current generation does benefit from those acts directly. As a matter of fact, even I as an Asian benefit from it since I work in the US. Just as people inherit opulence, people also inherit poverty. So, thus the White majority who are benefiting the most from the land stolen from the Natives owe the Natives for their current poverty, and also the inheritance that was stolen. I would say the non-Natives owe money to the Natives as some sort of rent, etc. Saying I didn't steal your land but continue to benefit from stolen property is not good enough if you are going to take a moral stand.

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