Thursday, August 19, 2010

Opposite ways of seeing

Not everyone sees the world like we do. Take two minutes and learn something new today.

11 comments:

  1. Noe THAT was very interesting Steviewren. Thanks for that. I'll need to give it some re-thinking... - Dave

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  2. For goodness sakes. How would we ever find our way around there?? You would have to know a city very well.

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  3. Thanks for sharing the video, Stevie. It provided interesting information!

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  4. I would not want to get lost in Japan!...I suppose they feel the same way about getting lost here...very fun video!

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  5. I would be very confused in Japan but I do like the fact that in China you don't pay the doctor while you're sick ... only when you are better.

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  6. fascinating...i think i would be so lost as well...but definitely eye opening...

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  7. For a small over populated country they sure do not make it easy

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  8. Intersting post, as usual. I hope all is well with your dental work! I had my hair cut shorter,too. I like having it long enough to put up, when it gets hot! But I took the plunge and cut it to chin length. I like my new shorter look as well. I hope the family who lost a loved one is doing a little better today.
    denise

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  9. I've really missed the fascinating gems you find for us Stevie!

    I'm off to have a good catch up with what's been grabbing your attention recently:-)

    Jeanne
    x

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  10. I just posted a little something on my blog you might like. :) xx

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  11. Loved this video! It was very interesting.

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