Hi readers. Thanks for coming by.
If you’re like me you probably figure you know an awfully lot about how this country and this world ought to be run. All sorts of opinions about some composite of human being bagged into the word, ‘who’ ought to get fed, get rich, or get killed. Most of that ‘who’ can be distinguished from ‘we’ in various ways.
For instance, people who need killing are usually located outside the boundaries of our country. And they tend to be inside the boundaries of a country our politicians and wealthy people dislike for one reason or another. And usually people who need killing get around to being killed if they don’t see the error of their ways.
People who ought to get fed, on the other hand, and those who shouldn’t is a lot more complicated. Of course, right at the top of what people ought to have full bellies are those blessed with wealth, either by coming from a wealthy family, by being really good at selling something, or by stealing it and getting by with it [or having ancestors who did].
Next, the people who ought to get to keep their tummies full ought to be people as much like ‘us’ and possible. People who go to jobs everyday that pay enough so’s there’s plenty of money for food and other things. Naturally those should be fed because they’re like US.
And then of course there are those people who definitely shouldn’t be fed. Snot nosed kids who are born in bad neighborhoods, who have parents who use drugs, drink too much, and the fathers don’t take responsibility for them. Those little bastards need to be deprived of food so they can be persuaded to earn an ‘honest’ living. As prostitutes, say, or selling drugs on schoolgrounds. If they wanted a better life they should have been born to wealthy parents.
But that’s just me, and you, if you happen to be like me. A lot of other soft hearted people think EVERYONE ought to be fed and NOBODY ought to go hungry, or suffer cold because he or she can’t afford a warm place to stay.
Yeah, and those commie snowflakes ought to be killed. They definitely aren’t a piece of ‘we’.
Thanks for the visit.
Comment: “Sounds like you live with a most motley crew.”
Old Jules | January 20, 2018 at 8:27 AM
I wouldn’t say that….. there are some lowlifes, as there are in every community in the world. And there are some good folks. We’re just a community of a few hundred men and women who span the extremes of human failures and flaws, and probably have as many virtues as you are likely to find in your own community. The main difference is that the people living here are on the absolute bottom of the socio-economic scale, and we are almost universally veterans. And the road to the bottom of the socio-economic scale naturally includes the spectrum of human behaviors that can carry a person there. Vehicles. Higher on the economic ladder people tend to hide their flaws and human failures better because they haven’t started the downward spiral yet. But here, alcoholics and druggies and thieves can all find their brothers in failure.
You have been following this blog a long time. You can easily go back on the pages, or your memory of my road getting here and see it was fairly innocent, probably also inevitable. I was a man who wasn’t doing what everyone else does to avoid getting where I am now. And when the heart attacks hit, I was either going to die on the street, or move closer to where I am now by accepting Jeanne’s offer to die on her couch.
And when I didn’t die I became officially, a ‘homeless vet’. Here I am surrounded by other ‘homeless veterans’. They’ve all got their own stories. And I’m going to tell some of them. But don’t get the idea they are all as you probably categorize people because they aren’t.
The guy across the hall from me has two bronze stars from Vietnam, 75 percent service connected disability, and spent 13 years in prison for drugs before he got out on appeal. And he’s a good man, a worthy person, and someone I’m glad I have for a neighbor. Guy upstairs has been to prison too, white collar crime, and is struggling to stay alive and pay the rent. Good neighbor, too. Life isn’t as simple as we tend to wish it were.
We’re just you, here, and everyone you know in your secret selves, or some other time of your lives.
Because our flaws, weaknesses and lousy choices are the only things we humans share voluntarily. They’re the magnets, the star around which every ‘brotherhood’ of humans circle.
Posted in 2018, America, Current Issues, ks, Leavenworth, Liars, Military, Police, Relationships
Tagged addiction, alcholics, drugs, flaws, lowlifes, motley crew, VA, veterans, weaknesses
Hi readers. If you own dogs and live inside the United States it’s time to train your dog not to screw anyone’s pantsleg. Today there’s an excellent chance cops will be kicking down your door. If you don’t want them to kill your dog, train him not to sexually harrass police:
“We don’t have to put up with this sort of treatment from dogs,” declared Bracey Goodman, Police Chief of Anal Springs, KY. “During carefully timed and planned raids setting up citizens for drug busts our officers cannot risk being distracted by sex. One dog causing an officer to pause waiting for it to finish could cost the lives of other officers.”
Goodman further explained that police go to a great deal of trouble taking confiscated drugs out of evidence lockers for planting on targeted households. If not intercepted in a timely manner they might be destroyed by suspects, or stolen by officers during the confusion of the bust.
“Anyone who owns a dog is responsible for seeing the animal will not use the leg of a police officer to urinate, or simulate sex. If we kill your dog it’s your own fault.”
Posted in 2014, America, Police, War on Drugs
Tagged animals, canines, culture, dogs, drugs, Human Behavior, humor, law enforement, Life, lifestyle, pets, Police, society, sociology, war on drugs
They know Mary Jane ain’t going to kill them. Lying about it, pretending it might just proves to them you’re a liar or a fool and that nothing you say is worth taking seriously.
Wouldn’t it be better to just tell the truth?
Ah baby! Yes. Yes. YES!
“What will your mother say when you get out of the slammer and she discovers you’ve been anally raped by every ethnic prison gang ranging from the White Brotherhood to the Crips, the Bloods, to La Raza Unita?
“That you were forced to perform oral sex every night for the guy in the top bunk?”
Mommy wants that to happen to OTHER peoples’ kids and doesn’t want you to know she wants it for them, but she sure as hell doesn’t want it to happen to hers. So she tells you the next best thing. A lie.
Posted in 2013, America, Communication, Current Issues, Government, Human Behavior
Tagged criminal justice, culture, drugs, gang rape, gangs, Human Behavior, humor, jail, lies, Life, lifestyle, marijuana, Police, politics, prison, psychology, rape, society, sociology, war on drugs