photo,"Julie" by William Huber

Friday, March 26, 2010

Re: Jammin

You don't know about me, without you have read
a blog by the name of "How Dare I" That blog is made by Mr. Timster,
and he tells the truth, mainly. But that ain't no matter. There's things which he stretches, but mainly he tells the truth. That is nothing. I never seen anybody but lied one time or other.

Ok...ok...enough of the Tw
ain references.

But for another quote....I think it was Lao Tzu. Or maybe it was Miley Cyress...I forget. Anyway it goes on to say that life is like climbing a mountain. The higher you get, the older you get and the harder it is to climb, but the view gets asto

Something like that. get the point. So in my dotage I will point out a few vistas that I can see fr
om way up here.

One. Don't watch television. EVER. Period. It will give you a skewed vision of things and people and it will depress hell outta you because it all boils down to telling you that you suck if you don't buy everything it is selling, from soap to murder.

Two. Don't read newspapers. Or at least if you do, remember at all times that they TOO are trying to sell you something. Usually something you don't soap or murder.

Three. Get to know people of varied backgrounds and cultures. It expands the old gray-matter. You can learn a lot from the people that differ most from you. People with similar backgrounds to've done already. It helps to travel to their locale, rather than wait for different kinds of people to show up in your neighborhood too. And you get to experience them in their natural habitat.

Four. Make judgments. Don't be afraid to voice your conclusions, no matter how un-mainstream they are. Call bullshit when you see it. You arrived at these conclusions...they must have some validity. Don't pussy-foot around with political correctness. If people get offended...they'll either sue you or get over it.

Five. Never pass up any homemade pie. You'll regret it if you do.

Six. Try not to be afraid of anything. Face your fears. Fear is a the most constrictive thing in life. And it is also a method of selling you something....soap, vaccinations, murder...etc

Seven. NEVER trust a jew. Just a good rule of thumb.
{NOTE: See items 1,2,4 and 6}

Well, there you have it. Homespun advice for living in the 21st century. I doubt that most of you will see the 22ed, so this oughta do.

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