Sunday, December 27, 2009
For about 43 years of keenly observing the culture of exploding fire-crackers, I have only seen one very clear result. This is bad luck. The explosive practice have indeed turned into a culture not only in developing countries, but also in highly developed economies. May as it does, it is one way of population control. Moreover, the proponents of climate changes could have overlooked the fraction of pollutants firecrackers contribute to the very dirty air we breathe these days. Anyways, my friends in the medical profession are very glad many do not listen. At least they have a good future in terms of medical clients. After all, subjects who get affected with explosions and pollutants are their business. It is good luck for them.