If you’ve following this blog, you’ll notice I’ve written a few posts recently about our economic situation and the lack of good, creative right-brain thinking being taught in our schools and nutured by American companies. These days, anything done on a mass-production assembly line can be outsourced to countries with cheap labor pools. Creative work, however, is growing in the U.S. and much of the Western world by leaps and bounds. Looks like these posts have caused quite a stir. Read some of the comments here: Economy in Crisis
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