Hey 2016, I realize that we all must die someday but check it, g:
While you’re on a roll of snatching up good people (listed here) why not do us a real solid and snatch up a couple of bad people! For example, please, please, pluh-ease take president-elect Donald J. Trump and vice president-elect Mike Penceaway from us before you go, will ya?? Then maybe we’ll forgive you for all those other losses you made us suffer this year. Thanks!
(…and to get it off my chest…) I continue to see a number of news media articles and social media postings from people who seem concerned about the recent news regarding the mental and overall physical health and well-being of entertainer Mr. Kanye West.Okay then. In that case, I feel perfectly fine with expressing my attitude about his situation right here – on my blog. I do this with no intentional offense to his legitimate fans, stansand basic suck-ups. My comment is what I would say about any so-called idol or “icon” in the entertainment business who I don’t like nor have any measure of respect; people who in my view, are ridiculously idolized and given far too much undeserved attention and mention:
“So what? I don’t give a damn on any level about Mr. West’s health issues, well-being or anything about the happenings in his personal and public life nor should I be expected to! Uh… “sorry, not sorry”, as the kids say, for having the seemingly cold, yet real-as-fuck attitude about someone who has never said nor done anything to earn my admiration, love, respect or concern.”
Ahhh.It felt good to express that realistic point of view! Naturally, I see nothing wrong with sometimes “hating” on some thing or on or about some person. Sometimes an expressed personal attitude, point of view or feeling about a situation or person simply is what it is; nothing more. To hell with people who don’t like it because nothing anyone says or does in opposition can change the originator’s point of view.
’Nuff said. The words in this photo encourages me; perhaps they will encourage someone else.
CHECK IT: You don’t need to have faith in any so-called omnipotent god, savior/messiah/Christ or demon; nor in any family, friend, lover or life partner; only in yourself. Always first believe in and have faith in yourself because in reality, in the long run, when all else and people fail (and people can and do fail you at some point), you are all you’ve got, baby! Always take care of you first so that perhaps – and only if you so choose, you’ll be in a better position to take care of and/or help someone else.