Not compared to these poor people.
If you've been anywhere near a television or a newspaper in the last few weeks you may have heard about the powerful earthquake that hit Indonesia.
But apparently, in Indonesia, when it rains it pours. Aid has been slow getting to the region, people are forced to take shelter in filthy chicken coops, increasing the risk of bird flu. And guess what? There's a nearby volcano threatening to erupt.
So no matter how lousy your day was, just be glad that you're not huddled in a chicken coop with your starving kids, praying that the volcano doesn't blow.
If you feel like helping, you can do so here or here. There are lots of other charities helping out. I sent my donation to Doctors Without Borders, because I know one of the doctors and it's an awesome organization.
And if you're even thinking about writing to tell me that you don't care about the victims because they're Muslims, take it somewhere else, will you? This isn't that kind of blog.
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