Los gatos vemos en blanco y negro (pero soñamos en color)

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Susan Lynn on January 7, 2013

but are you really escaping from what is wrong...no, it's a temporary respite...you always come home to your problems. face them head on!

Gato Land on January 7, 2013

I think so, Susan, but not always possible escape from addiction, I have not ever had not to say that is better than others who have fallen on them, I'm just luckier. If you think it is absurd coldly run away from problems because when you pass the effect of drugs or alcohol the reality is even more terrible if anything, what happens is that people carried by despair we can do really crazy things and reckless. Do you know anyone who has used a healer? Well, I have and are people with no possibility of dialogue, if you try to reason a comment and say that all this is nothing but a scam and that health should not play, just get their enmity and end up hating, are carried by people who resort to the ultimate despair and lower on the evolutionary scale of one person: the instinct of how easy. Here in Spain we use the expression "take the bull by the horns" to define the act of addressing the problems face to face and without delay.

Susan Lynn on January 9, 2013

or take a bad habit and turn it around into a good one. anything negative, turn to a positive.

Gato Land on January 10, 2013

That's more difficult, at least as shown by the statistics, people falling into an addiction is much more prone to marginalization and social exclusion that those who do not fall, on the other hand the latter also fosters addictions, is a very severe that affects us all, who has not ever heard a drunk driver has killed innocent people crossing a street or circulated in his car in the opposite direction.

Susan Lynn on January 11, 2013

not too long ago, a drunk motorcyclist hit 3 people walking down the bike/walking path not too far from my home...two of the people died instantly. Very sad.

Susan Lynn on January 11, 2013

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/83371904?tag=amherst%20ny
this is a picture of the roadside memorial

Gato Land on January 12, 2013

And if the drunk dies without liability rests, if you live will all kinds of excuses. I oppose the death penalty was abolished here in Europe for some time, but there are cases where doubt.

Gato Land on January 12, 2013

And the rider died? not sure, could burn alive in the town square, as was done here for several centuries in the Inquisition.

Susan Lynn on January 13, 2013

No, the motorcyclist was not even injured. He killed a 25 year old girl and a woman, who I believe was either in her late seventies or early eighties. He injured the elderly woman's husband. This man has several prior drunk driving convictions that go back to the late 1970's. Some people never learn, do they?

Gato Land on January 14, 2013

Yesterday a cyclist died in Valencia (here in Spain) hit by a drunk driver. The drunk driving problem is that in most cases they pay the least because they have, if you get on a car driven by a drunk driver is your responsibility, but if you walk or you circulate a public road and rolls you a bastard that had drunk more than necessary is very unfair because you did not choose to die and less of that. Here the laws were tightened much, now driving with certain blood alcohol level is considered a criminal offense even if no accident, if a breathalyser will measure the blood alcohol level of 0.25 gr raisins. (I think so, as I do not drink I do not care to know the data) will automatically denounce you in court and impose a fine of 600 euros and withdrawal of 4-6 points on the driver's license (I have 15, which is the maximum, if you happen to take away the permission zero) and you seize the vehicle. If you caused an accident with injuries or fatalities have imprisonment for up to 20 years, I think. Well, not with these people learn consequences, continue driving drunk and wrecking families, is to consider the death penalty.

Susan Lynn on January 15, 2013

very sad!

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  • Uploaded on October 14, 2012
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    by Gato Land
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix HS10 HS11
    • Taken on 2012/10/14 16:42:09
    • Exposure: 0.250s (1/4)
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    • F/Stop: f/5.600
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