I love this, but most particularly I just got most of my collection over to DVD and I can't afford a third full set of videos, and especially not the special player for the new technology. I'll be like those people who refused to move on after laser disc.
Sometimes we don't know what someone is really thinking or how much they're truly hurting. It's a very profound realization. Sometimes you don't know who has eaten that day, or who won't. Perhaps what they're going through while all along they're smiling and pretending their life is okay. If you just stop and try to think what the other person is feeling, it's possible we could all live peacefully. But it's truly a hard notion for people to comprehend.
I suppose it's only right to pay more attention to the angry children who uses that anger as their excuse. But can we stop ignoring the populace who's so scared of succumbing to their fury that they'd rather be confused, afraid, and sad rather than angry?