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children's synchronous search engine results management

20% of humanity, it's youngest, are excluded from most creativity (13)

     
6:11 pm on Apr 29, 2008 (gmt 0)

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By Using synchronous search engine results management....

I am experimenting with choreographing a method of expression for young people who have no internet voice. Perhaps children over 3 or 4 can comprehend some of what the internet is about.

They should not have to wait another decade to act and to express as they will live here longer than any of us. On some issues that their parents will not face, they need a resource to deal with aspects of their reality that adults are in denial of.

In all cases, they (young people) need a route around and protection from the irs-ed matrix, a protection from that form of theft and protection from the schools who act as if nothing is wrong, .... that america still enables the theft or the irs through its sick passivity. Unconstitutional taxes for example!

Google, yahoo, and msn live search have been first page receptive to the context so far in the search terms of [search engine results manipulation] management... and Boy! that's about a miracle! Thanks...rrh (VirtueBios)

7:24 pm on Apr 29, 2008 (gmt 0)

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what are you waffling about ?
8:36 pm on Apr 29, 2008 (gmt 0)

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20% of humanity cannot express themselves on the internet; I just want to give them earlier internet "voting rights" because I respect them.
5:46 am on Apr 30, 2008 (gmt 0)

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"children over 3 or 4...." should be playing with dolls and trains and not concern themselves with the internet

"They should not have to wait another decade to act and to express as they will live here longer than any of us" thus will also have more time to get bored with that internet thingy

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I would agree with you if adults weren't ruining their world. Reports show, just north of Hawaii, a whirlpool of mostly plastic trash circulating in an area twice the size of Texas. Evidence, not theory, shows, for example, a jellyfish stuck to a plastic bag, when the Hawaiian turtles eat these jellyfish they choke to death.

This, unfortunately, is not a time for dolls and trains; there is an emergency.

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Kids don't care, nor do they have the life experience to make good decisions about the way our world should be run.