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Arnd

 am 01.03.2013

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Dave

 am 03.03.2013

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 am 15.06.2013

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Alexandra

 am 19.06.2013

K…though I sympathise, I still feel like giving an upslap to the back of your head with a wet soggy noodle and telling you to stay calm. Understand that readers, like any other addict, are always looking for their next fix and will always ask THAT dreaded question. (Moi included…) Gods only know that it must sooo get old!Although we can all be worrywarts, sometimes it helps to know where some of this angst comes from. To a significant degree, modern society and its attitudes have been moulded and influenced by modern media. Older generations (aka baby boomers and earlier)tend to have more patience than X and Y because they had no choice. Mail took days/weeks to arrive. Situations, tragedies, wars, etc were generally old news and half over by the time the general public learned of them. Everything was at arms length and not so immediate. Solutions always took time to implement. With current technology every thing has become more immediate and people expect instant solutions to be pulled out of arses. Current generations from a young age have been fed Disney Happy Ever Afters, SitComs that had situations solved within a 30-60 minute time frame and answers from Google within minutes. The recent Amazon Fail scenario shows just how powerful and immediate current technology can be in influencing individuals up to large corporations.Now, some stress is good to stimulate the creative juices but too much just stimulates stomach juices and you then can’t have the stiff drink you may need. I keep telling my kids that every thing’s finite…the dick they are currently working with will move on, the soul destroying argument with their partner will resolve one way or the other and Christmas will finally arrive too damn quickly.So, go fluff up those laurels to lean back on, pour some mulled wine since it’s soooo damn cold down there at present, watch some footy, snuggle up with the partner and tell the world to go f**k itself for a while.……. oh, and also pray I don’t get started on my Hunter/Gather theory of why boys and girls are sooo freakin’ different.

Tessica

 am 24.06.2013

K…though I sympathise, I still feel like giving an upslap to the back of your head with a wet soggy noodle and telling you to stay calm. Understand that readers, like any other addict, are always looking for their next fix and will always ask THAT dreaded question. (Moi included…) Gods only know that it must sooo get old!Although we can all be worrywarts, sometimes it helps to know where some of this angst comes from. To a significant degree, modern society and its attitudes have been moulded and influenced by modern media. Older generations (aka baby boomers and earlier)tend to have more patience than X and Y because they had no choice. Mail took days/weeks to arrive. Situations, tragedies, wars, etc were generally old news and half over by the time the general public learned of them. Everything was at arms length and not so immediate. Solutions always took time to implement. With current technology every thing has become more immediate and people expect instant solutions to be pulled out of arses. Current generations from a young age have been fed Disney Happy Ever Afters, SitComs that had situations solved within a 30-60 minute time frame and answers from Google within minutes. The recent Amazon Fail scenario shows just how powerful and immediate current technology can be in influencing individuals up to large corporations.Now, some stress is good to stimulate the creative juices but too much just stimulates stomach juices and you then can’t have the stiff drink you may need. I keep telling my kids that every thing’s finite…the dick they are currently working with will move on, the soul destroying argument with their partner will resolve one way or the other and Christmas will finally arrive too damn quickly.So, go fluff up those laurels to lean back on, pour some mulled wine since it’s soooo damn cold down there at present, watch some footy, snuggle up with the partner and tell the world to go f**k itself for a while.……. oh, and also pray I don’t get started on my Hunter/Gather theory of why boys and girls are sooo freakin’ different.

Nikki

 am 29.06.2013

K…though I sympathise, I still feel like giving an upslap to the back of your head with a wet soggy noodle and telling you to stay calm. Understand that readers, like any other addict, are always looking for their next fix and will always ask THAT dreaded question. (Moi included…) Gods only know that it must sooo get old!Although we can all be worrywarts, sometimes it helps to know where some of this angst comes from. To a significant degree, modern society and its attitudes have been moulded and influenced by modern media. Older generations (aka baby boomers and earlier)tend to have more patience than X and Y because they had no choice. Mail took days/weeks to arrive. Situations, tragedies, wars, etc were generally old news and half over by the time the general public learned of them. Everything was at arms length and not so immediate. Solutions always took time to implement. With current technology every thing has become more immediate and people expect instant solutions to be pulled out of arses. Current generations from a young age have been fed Disney Happy Ever Afters, SitComs that had situations solved within a 30-60 minute time frame and answers from Google within minutes. The recent Amazon Fail scenario shows just how powerful and immediate current technology can be in influencing individuals up to large corporations.Now, some stress is good to stimulate the creative juices but too much just stimulates stomach juices and you then can’t have the stiff drink you may need. I keep telling my kids that every thing’s finite…the dick they are currently working with will move on, the soul destroying argument with their partner will resolve one way or the other and Christmas will finally arrive too damn quickly.So, go fluff up those laurels to lean back on, pour some mulled wine since it’s soooo damn cold down there at present, watch some footy, snuggle up with the partner and tell the world to go f**k itself for a while.……. oh, and also pray I don’t get started on my Hunter/Gather theory of why boys and girls are sooo freakin’ different.

Elly

 am 29.06.2013

K…though I sympathise, I still feel like giving an upslap to the back of your head with a wet soggy noodle and telling you to stay calm. Understand that readers, like any other addict, are always looking for their next fix and will always ask THAT dreaded question. (Moi included…) Gods only know that it must sooo get old!Although we can all be worrywarts, sometimes it helps to know where some of this angst comes from. To a significant degree, modern society and its attitudes have been moulded and influenced by modern media. Older generations (aka baby boomers and earlier)tend to have more patience than X and Y because they had no choice. Mail took days/weeks to arrive. Situations, tragedies, wars, etc were generally old news and half over by the time the general public learned of them. Everything was at arms length and not so immediate. Solutions always took time to implement. With current technology every thing has become more immediate and people expect instant solutions to be pulled out of arses. Current generations from a young age have been fed Disney Happy Ever Afters, SitComs that had situations solved within a 30-60 minute time frame and answers from Google within minutes. The recent Amazon Fail scenario shows just how powerful and immediate current technology can be in influencing individuals up to large corporations.Now, some stress is good to stimulate the creative juices but too much just stimulates stomach juices and you then can’t have the stiff drink you may need. I keep telling my kids that every thing’s finite…the dick they are currently working with will move on, the soul destroying argument with their partner will resolve one way or the other and Christmas will finally arrive too damn quickly.So, go fluff up those laurels to lean back on, pour some mulled wine since it’s soooo damn cold down there at present, watch some footy, snuggle up with the partner and tell the world to go f**k itself for a while.……. oh, and also pray I don’t get started on my Hunter/Gather theory of why boys and girls are sooo freakin’ different.

Tayten

 am 03.07.2013

K…though I sympathise, I still feel like giving an upslap to the back of your head with a wet soggy noodle and telling you to stay calm. Understand that readers, like any other addict, are always looking for their next fix and will always ask THAT dreaded question. (Moi included…) Gods only know that it must sooo get old!Although we can all be worrywarts, sometimes it helps to know where some of this angst comes from. To a significant degree, modern society and its attitudes have been moulded and influenced by modern media. Older generations (aka baby boomers and earlier)tend to have more patience than X and Y because they had no choice. Mail took days/weeks to arrive. Situations, tragedies, wars, etc were generally old news and half over by the time the general public learned of them. Everything was at arms length and not so immediate. Solutions always took time to implement. With current technology every thing has become more immediate and people expect instant solutions to be pulled out of arses. Current generations from a young age have been fed Disney Happy Ever Afters, SitComs that had situations solved within a 30-60 minute time frame and answers from Google within minutes. The recent Amazon Fail scenario shows just how powerful and immediate current technology can be in influencing individuals up to large corporations.Now, some stress is good to stimulate the creative juices but too much just stimulates stomach juices and you then can’t have the stiff drink you may need. I keep telling my kids that every thing’s finite…the dick they are currently working with will move on, the soul destroying argument with their partner will resolve one way or the other and Christmas will finally arrive too damn quickly.So, go fluff up those laurels to lean back on, pour some mulled wine since it’s soooo damn cold down there at present, watch some footy, snuggle up with the partner and tell the world to go f**k itself for a while.……. oh, and also pray I don’t get started on my Hunter/Gather theory of why boys and girls are sooo freakin’ different.

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