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Saturday, May 29, 2010

I M Getting Organized

My apologies for not updating the "Stories Page" as well as the "Dreams Page" I have been focused on producing an audition tape for a new show on the Oprah Winfrey Network. I have updated the "Stories Page" with the next installment of my story "Choices" and I will be updating the "Dreams Page" on Monday.

I will try to update IM2 Opinionated every weekday. Eventually, I will provide a schedule for the various topics that will be addressed on the blog. As far as the daily topic is concerned, these will be discussed on the "Home Page" and will be transferred to their respective page once a new article is posted.

Please vote for my by clicking on the link above the video below. You don't have to watch the video each time, but please vote as often as you can and tell your friends to do the same.

Thank you Chris


I would love to have my OWN show

I started this blog as a way to get my opinions heard, because I believe that not enough is said about what is wrong with the way our world is going. Corporations are running the world, an idea with which I do not inherently have an issue. The problem I do have is that too many of these corporations get away with things that they simply should not be allowed to get away with. British Petroleum (BP) is being treated with kid gloves, because ". . .we need them to clean up their mess." Well, of course we need them to clean up their mess, but why do we have to be nice about it? Is BP going to pack up its business and take it elsewhere? Who's a bigger glutton for oil than the great U.S. of A? I don't think so, but what BP will take away from those people living through this tragedy, our country and the world in general is immeasurable. To me BP and the subsequent treatment of this disaster will simply serve to represent yet another time that big business got away with crimes against humanity and nature. And although the impact on nature is a big concern, I personally believe that Mother Earth will be okay. Maybe, those creatures that are stuck in the oil slick these days will suffer and die, but we're in as much trouble, if not more than those poor animals. Most of those fat cats just can't see it, or more likely just don't want to see it. And the worse part of it all is that we (the public) let their injustices go on without raising so much as a finger in protest. As I stated my concern for the planet is not so great, because when Earth can no longer sustain mankind, it won't.

To this end, I will be submitting an audition tape to the Oprah Winfrey Network for consideration for my OWN show, so please take the time to vote for me from this Friday, May 28, 2010 until June 22, 2010 at the following link:

Vote for Chris

Thank you for your support.

Chris Ossman


P.S. - Michael Brown - I know you didn't accuse anyone of reacting slowly to a disaster?

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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

I would love my OWN TV show

I started this blog as a way to get my opinions heard, because I believe that not enough is said about what is wrong with the way our world is going. Corporations are running the world, an idea with which I do not inherently have an issue. The problem I do have is that too many of these corporations get away with things that they simply should not be allowed to get away with. British Petroleum (BP) is being treated with kid gloves, because ". . .we need them to clean up their mess." Well, of course we need them to clean up their mess, but why do we have to be nice about it? Is BP going to pack up its business and take it elsewhere? Who's a bigger glutton for oil than the great U.S. of A? I don't think so, but what BP will take away from those people living through this tragedy, our country and the world in general is immeasurable. To me BP and the subsequent treatment of this disaster will simply serve to represent yet another time that big business got away with crimes against humanity and nature. And although the impact on nature is a big concern, I personally believe that Mother Earth will be okay. Maybe, those creatures that are stuck in the oil slick these days will suffer and die, but we're in as much trouble, if not more than those poor animals. Most of those fat cats just can't see it, or more likely just don't want to see it. And the worse part of it all is that we (the public) let their injustices go on without raising so much as a finger in protest. As I stated my concern for the planet is not so great, because when Earth can no longer sustain mankind, it won't.

To this end, I will be submitting an audition tape to the Oprah Winfrey Network for consideration for my OWN show, so please take the time to vote for me from this Friday, May 28, 2010 until June 22, 2010 at the following link:

Vote for Chris

Thank you for your support.

Chris Ossman

P.S. - Michael Brown - I know you didn't accuse anyone of reacting slowly to a disaster?

Check out these cool and interesting books





Monday, May 24, 2010

Karma

Now, I might not be the most religious guy in the room. I just haven't found one that I felt comfortable believing, but I do feel that I am spiritual. I believe that their is something out there that created us (mankind) or at least had a hand in our creation, but omnipotence and omniscience is a stretch for me. However this higher power rules or guides or treats us is less important to me than how we treat one another. Wouldn't it make sense that if our creator deemed us as his favorite, he or it would want us to treat one another with respect and kindness? Or maybe this almighty doesn't want us to get along. Maybe this life is some kind of stress test for the next one and if that is the case, I don't want any part of it. Personally, I believe that kindness breeds kindness, no matter what religion you belong to. I believe that whatever you put out there comes back to you, and this is actually the point of today's daily observation. What if the America and the world are doing to poorly these days because we have been treating each other with a certain amount of contempt? What if the world continues to worsen as hatred and strife grow around the planet? Maybe something or someone is trying to signal us that the direction we are taking the planet is not the direction hoped for at the beginning of this experiment. To me it seems quite obvious that we might want to diverge from our present course, perhaps even take a few steps back to see where we're going wrong. On the other hand, I could be wrong and the direction that we are heading is just fine: Greed is good, unless you're on the losing end, poverty is not that big of a problem, starvation is nothing that needs to be stamped out and war is the way to go to get to peace.

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