A WORD ABOUT GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP REVOLUTION


The Human Code with Laurie Segall

A WORD ABOUT GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP REVOLUTION by Terence Morris, Author & Founder, PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION. NOVEMBER 7, 2018. 2018. 4:02 P.M.

After helping to mediate warring factions of “pet lovers” and “morning joggers,” you become the proud recipient of the Nobel Laureate Pulitzer Peace Prize. Nobel Laureate Pulitzer Peace Prize PLACARD READS:  “ECO-ADVOCATE INTRODUCES THE ALL NEW BIODEGRADABLE DISPOSABLE POO BAG.” The Global Recognition comes when advertisers contact you to become the face for THE ALL NEW BIODEGRADABLE DISPOSABLE POO BAG. THE ALL NEW BIODEGRADABLE DISPOSABLE POO BAG is ACCEPTED at all local recycle depositories and garbage collection stations across America. Including special pet litter receptacles available at local parks and concealed easily in your own home refuse bin.  Congratulations, you are now one of the nine-hundred thousand subscriber’s witnessing GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP REVOLUTION.

NOW you have to become receptive and responsibly mindful.  DOGGY your Pet Dog has a new legion of pet fans following his social media accounts.  DOGGY your Pet Dog’s actions affects others. And remember, it’s no longer 1950, urinating openly behind the bush publicly is NOT Tolerated. 

Social change organizations defend public decency and actively monitor social media account activities online. The price to pay for violating park etiquette is steep. So Pet Loving Pedestrian’s Beware.

The best policy for “being a good Doggy the Pet neighbor,” is to practice empathy. Stay alert!  Do not offend others with your smell. Pick up after your pet.  Definitely do not walk around or drive while picking inside your nose without tissue. And love one another.

If you obey these simple, but virtuous rules of being a Global Citizen, the worse thing that happens is a rude comment or public humiliation or DOGGY your Pet Dog runs away from home.

© 2022 | PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION.  “Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education is an online think-tank intersecting awareness of public transportation policy in the United States.”

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