People's dilemmas and the repercussions that arise...

I just noticed that the face of humanity has changed a lot from my generation. People tend to not take responsibility very well and keep nagging about various things that actually dematerialize the very foundation on which humanity is built on.
Act1: User forgets MP3 player @ office and asks one of his office colleagues to look after the MP3 player.
Act2: Colleague decides to keep MP3 player in his/her drawer without locking it.
Act3: MP3 player gets stolen.
Act4: Colleague pretends to be cool about the MP3 player and coy about the fact it gets stolen. According to his/her logic, the MP3 player would have eventually been stolen because of User's forgetfulness.

Is this what humanity is preaching now.... irresponsibility?? Pathetic display of human unresponsiveness to a general situation.

Lets us take the current predicament facing us @ the national level. The Lokpal bill is supposed (???!!!) is supposed to eradicate or subside the rise in corruption by giving the common man more power. This is turning out to be farce with the people starting the act squibbling among themselves. Why should the Prime Minister and the CJI (Chief Justice Of India) be untouchable? They are human beings and mistakes do happen. If they do commit a mistake it is going to affect the lives of more than 3 billion people. So definitely these people should be punishable. Also a yoga practitioner (Ramdev baba) going on a hunger strike is turning out to be the media event of the year. Come on!!! Baba Ramdev sir, please stick to what you do best. We know that you are an amazing Yoga expert as well as a virtuoso when it comes to spiritual healing but do not become a media hound and push yourself into the limelight for more coverage... It is going to be more like throwing ( or slapping) a pie in your face. Also you should put up all your earnings, donations and funds recieved open to the public so that they can justify that the wealth accumulated by yourself is really justified and put to good use.

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