The World Clock


I think a good follow-up to tax day last week is a quick examination of world affairs, in particular a focus on humanity. 

Click The World Clock below.  If this glance at the effect of passing time on the life of man doesn’t give you pause, think twice next time you turn on the news or watch the violence of network TV.  Your senses have been dulled.

The World Clock

 

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~ by rfgainey on April 22, 2008.

2 Responses to “The World Clock”

  1. Wow. That is sobering, isn’t it?

    Remember everyone to Dine Out for Life on Thursday to help at least one of those stats slow down! 🙂

  2. What an interesting website. Thanks for sharing it.

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