You could call this a personal creative fiction journal about a world traveler and his evolving life.
He saw the warmth of Americans vanish with the once large friendly middle class. Was there a Camelot, when we thought of ourselves as a good nation?
The powers that be have been holding our country hostage since Reagan took away the power of the unions and Neoconservatives took over the Republican Party!
Will we ever stop our declining ways?
(sorry for typos!)
"the lunatic ravings of some seriously addled shortbus from down undah"
wow!! thanks!.. I guess my notoriety precedes me!
the older I get, the more amusing the human race is and how warped we might become in our aging minds!
I have so many challenges in life and i realize that humans are the biggest obstacle to one's pursuit of happiness...
and the older I get, I realize that the best revenge is to find happiness and success..
i've found that the biggest obstacles are egos that rarely admit that they are wrong... and how misunderstandings can rationalize the way people behave...
in my later adult life, I've read few books...
I've read "Driven to Distraction" and "48 Laws Of Power" before being seduced and entranced by someone that has kept me under a spell...
recently, I read a brief synopis of "48 laws of seduction" and then realized how many of these techniques were used...
and I actually regret not using some of those techniques instead of them being used on me in the ultimate con...
Now, I have more obtacles in my pursuit of a happy family.. but like the surf swim race, it's about learning to find the river and going with its flow so as to avoid life's very challenging waves....
and then once past these waves and we are heading home to possible victory,
it's taking your breath and waiting for the winning wave to take you to the 8th rank and victory!
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