World Cup 2010: What We Learned About Ourselves and the World David Henry Sterry                                                                                                     "Limp as a junkie after a month-long binge, acutane I bid a fond adieu to World Cup 2010, acutane glad to get back to my life, acutane but sad to see the party's over. Acutane The world is in so much trouble these days, acutane it was great to take a month's semi-respite from worrying about oil-slicked birds, acutane bailout billions going to Wall Street billionaires while John Q. Acutane Public and his family on Main Street USA get evicted from their home, acutane and why we're still knee-deep in the longest, acutane stupidest war in our history. Acutane But I find it prudent to take a moment after a massive blowout party to take stock of myself, acutane have a good long look at the man in the mirror, acutane and reflect on what I've learned about myself, acutane the world, acutane and the connection between the two. South Africa, acutane The Country Beautiful beaming faces, acutane shining bright eyes, acutane warm welcoming arms, acutane and a crazy kaleidoscope of color bursting everywhere with ecstatic celebration of this booming Rainbow Nation. Acutane World Cup 2010 put South Africa on the map as the Olympics did for China. Acutane And they weren't scary about it. Acutane They know how to party, acutane and they have the infrastructure. Acutane I wish I had gone. Acutane It's now on my to do list: Go to South Africa."  The rest of the article can be found at: