Walking out from work, I was walking along the road (the sidewalk is tore up), I saw a guy hesitate to pull out and then hesitiate to drive away until I had passed him. Boy, I wanted to let this driver know he was stupid. He gave me a wave and only then could I … Continue reading Lessons and Setbacks
The Tao of Apathy
Success Breeds Magnanimity.
Two celebrities were talking about their friendship on a podcast. During a sitcom they were on, they got along great and stayed connected after their show together ended. Why don’t we all have lifelong friends like this? Perhaps it is because they can afford to be giving. There are some celebrities that are driven and … Continue reading Success Breeds Magnanimity.
“Now. Ask me any question you want.” “I want seven,” she said. “Seven? Questions? Why seven?” “It just seems like a sufficient amount.”
Silly Letter to Conservatives
a response to the meme how liberals want to ban meat, take away all guns, and give gay people special privileges.
If America Was a Family
consider the people on welfare like the weird brother
We might go back to normal. Or we might never do the same job again.
Charge Trump with Manslaughter
On Facebook, I said that they first responders that die from Covid-19 should sue the trump administration. Actually what I said was Trump should be charged with manslaughter. Guess what I got so,me flack. Actually I got called a liberal dumbass. There has been so much mud slung about how the leader of the other … Continue reading Charge Trump with Manslaughter
Systems Not Goals
It's okay to start with just putting your shoes out to go running and build from there.
Don’t Harsh My Calm
I work young people. One of my jobs is to teach them about being healthy. Today I was talking to them about mindfulness. That is to live in the present. In explaining why we need to do that, I showed them a video about the train of thought and choosing to let a thought park … Continue reading Don’t Harsh My Calm