Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Everything you ever wanted to ask ASK about SKiN: The Book & Script. #27

Chicago, IL USA:

Often times, SKiN deals with racial equality and inequality or what can be gained if skin care is really optimized. That seems to be 2 of its Main Themes. However in my writing of both the Novel and Movie Script:

SKiN: Sacred Kinship in Nature ™
How 10 Beloved Plush Toys Redefine Race ©2009

there's much more in it that is only at the SKiN Level. This can be seen constantly on TV -- over the Radio and Internet. Last night's News proved that point again. Many Americans who are finding their homes to be less than what it is worth are merely 'walking away from them.' One example of a young White couple claimed they paid $250,000 for their home which was now valued at $135,000, both decent amounts since paychecks are going less further these days. A moment later, after a few choice commercials showing the affluency in Life, the news turned to the Survivors of the Haitian Earthquake -- people whose shanties (of homes) were destroyed and who were living in fields or out on the streets for fear of aftershocks. Aftershocks for them, of course, were totally different for the 2 American 'former' Home Owners. And, of course, the main distinction that was automatically seen was their SKiN Colors. With all the homes vacant in America now due to foreclosures, wouldn't it be 'a miracle' if they were somehow transformed into apartments for the 700,000 homeless in Haiti.

That would partially solve their problem till the streets are cleaned out; a new infra-structure built and they'd be allowed to return...

CLOSING: Please stay tuned for another Segment of defining SKiN ©2009 tomorrow, which will be a Month-long Blog Series of KOOPERSMITHin'® celebrating the First Year Anniversary of the Composition of this Book and Movie Script.

Quote of ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith
Author: SKiN: Sacred Kinship in Nature (TM)
How 10 Beloved Plush Toys Redefine Race ©2009

Posted: Wednesday, January 27 2010 - 1:37 PM

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