On Tuesday, October 17, 2006, the United States of America will reach a population of 300 million. I could write something really, really long and well-written about this momentous event. I could wax poetic about the changes
Or, you can click on one of the two links provided to see what the U.S. Census Bureau has to say on the subject:
For now, I’ll keep it short myself (I can hear the collective sigh of relief) and let the late, great Chairman of the Board, Frank Sinatra say a thing or two as well (click on the embedded YouTube video).
There are a lot people in the world who dislike, or outright hate
Those cynics who think there isn’t all that much to celebrate in the embattled, embittered
300 million reasons to still hope for, and work toward, a better future. 300,000,000 reasons to be optimistic.
Why? Well this week - and all of the time, really - it’s "especially the people" who we owe thanks to.
"The House I Live In", version 1974 - Frank Sinatra