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The World Revolves Around Us (Louis Toliver-Swartz, LA)

Do we think it hard to imagine that stranger we get mad at, who speeds past us down the road and cuts us off, may be on the way to the hospital because he or she got a call while at work that his or her only child had been in an life-threatening accident? Maybe not. But Maybe so. We do think it easier to get pissed of and curse them, though, because they inconvenienced us on purpose, we think, and we all know that the world revolves around us.


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