Halfway through the year, I have changed a lot, and just in time for America's birthday, 244 years young!
Two burdens I took off of myself: 1. Be an environmentalist to save Christmas. Wrong. Be an environmentalist to have life abundance, not devoid of life. 2. Become LGBTQ to be friends with LGBTQ people. Wrong. I can still believe in Jesus Christ and be straight, and still be friends with LGBTQ people. I don't have to change who I am, just my heart. Change starts with you. They should make a change themselves.
Internet Archive is a treasure trove of information, it's also another platform I use. However, companies, when making hiring decisions, look at the big social media platforms, not Internet Archive. Internet Archive is more of a library than a social network.
I only have two films on there. The Wacky World of Mother Goose and The Daydreamer, both from 1966 and both from the same studio that brought you Rudolph and Frosty on TV that airs year after year. The favorites I have on that account are copyrighted films someone else has uploaded, and I don't know what all the big media companies are gonna do about it? Internet Archive does reserve the right to remove submitted material, but it's not out of discrimination, it's because of your character.
Both Gone with the Wind and the film Disney does not want you to see, Song of the South, is on that platform. Wild comments on one of those Song of the South videos, including a more reasonable one that mentioned Proverbs 1:8-19, which I read in this video.
Sometimes it is so hard for someone on the autism spectrum like myself to understand the operations and ever changing rules of the Internet. I hope to cause no trouble with this video, showing you how much I have changed, and I hope you all have a wonderful 4th of July, regardless of whether you are stuck in your neighborhoods, you'll still find a way to have a good time.