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Life surpries [Apr. 1st, 2018|06:59 am]
There is a friend i have in England that has contemplated suicide many times. Let her remain nameless. I have so I find no fault in her. Such it is in life that a human may wish to cease existence in terrible situatuons but what good would that do?
I in my current circumstances might contemplate the same thing but then a beloved friend calls.
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A painful story [Mar. 21st, 2018|06:09 am]

Feb. 28 I am arrested for a crime I didn't commit
March 3 my last living grandparent dies peacefully in her home
March 3 released on bail about12 after she dies
March 5 we hold her funeral and I make a crummy speech in front of hundreds
Now entombed next to my grandfather in a beautiful silvered coffin she lies. Henry Lewis and Satah Bankston.
My dad now has been caughy up in probate because Sarah's name was Manry when she died, but Lewis when she wrote the will. Happy birthday cupcake to me
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Interesting [Dec. 12th, 2017|08:59 pm]

Wow. Let me post this to social media immediately!!!


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Miles Standish and Guns [Nov. 29th, 2017|08:49 pm]

This essay on history just blew my mind. The ever corrupt and illegitimate house of Stewart, the ridiculous King George and company, the socioeconomic cultures that sprang up in trade with the native Americans. So much to learn.

"As history turned out, the willingness of Americans to be subjects of the British crown ended when the crown began violating its guarantees of American arms rights. The American Revolution began when Americans used their firearms to resist house-to-house gun and powder confiscation at Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. The attempted confiscation was part of a royal plan to disarm America, set in motion by King George III’s October 1774 embargo on the shipment of firearms and gunpowder to America. (By that point, Americans considered their arms rights to have been guaranteed by the 1689 Bill of Rights, because the 1606 and 1620 charters had long since been replaced.)"


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Seriously??? [Oct. 16th, 2017|10:55 pm]

When people this nasty hate you, you're one of the good guys for sure. Seriously Larry you couldn't get any closer to an endorsement of our president. How many women have you grabbed by the . . . ?


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get a life [Sep. 19th, 2017|11:46 pm]
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[Current Mood |curiouscurious]
[Current Music |Coccolino Deep - Leon]

This feeling still plagues me. I have a possible opportunity now to go 'walkabout' as the Australian natives call it coming up. My obligations here will soon be just keeping my mum and grandma company. The other property I care for will sell very soon.
The place I work for has opportunities all over the states and my frustration with my life has reached critical mass. The town I live in has changed, it almost doesn't feel like home anymore. It feels like some simple suburb of Atlanta now.
I have very few friends. Matthias is here but I wouldn't call him a real friend. Michael is moving to Atlanta soon. In short my obligations are little. My reasons to stay shrink every day. If I were to leave and travel I doubt anyone would notice that I was gone. It's strange for me to think that my ancestors built this town, and many others nearby. Yet I know and identify with so few here.
In a sense it is a kind of conundrum I face down right now at the grocery store. I can't decide what to buy. I don''t like any of the options I see, or the prices. So I sit here and go hungry. I'm tired of going hungry. I want a life.
My life is going to be perhaps the only monument I leave. What I do, what I say, the impact I have on others. Jenny said to me 'thank you so much for all you do, and all you did for my mum when she was alive' last time we talked with each other. I own basically nothing, other than a persona and a truck and a camera. My dad owns the house I live in technically, my mum owns almost everything else. My words and my actions are what I leave. Why aren't they powerful or grand, self sacrificing and legendary?
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Hoarding part deux [Sep. 9th, 2017|11:01 pm]
[Current Location |in the path of Irma]
[Current Mood |amusedamused]
[Current Music |Pryda ~ Loving You (Original Mix)]

The calamity has reached new heights tonight at the grocery store. 11pm, 12 registers open and all have lines stretching to new heights. Every cart is bursting at the seams and all the water sold today before I got here from what I can tell. The unprepared rushing madly to prepare. Why not always be prepared? Why not realize that you have already been given the greatest Swiss Army Knife, the greatest weapon this world has ever seen, your brain? Stop the panic and use it.
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Hoarders [Sep. 8th, 2017|11:14 pm]
[Current Mood |annoyedannoyed]

I am currently cleaning out a house that was once owned by one of the greatest collectors of military stuff I have ever known. And magazines, and books, and - the list goes on. I am also watching as hundreds of people buy case after case of drinking water as hurricane Irma advances.
What am I doing?
Sitting here writing a blog post. If the power goes out for weeks I would not be in the least bit concerned. I have a barbecue grill and more charcoal than you can shake a stick at. Plenty of wood to make fire as well. Two streams and a well if I need more. Even if all that failed I have barrels collecting rain water. Survival is easy really if you know what you're doing. These people should be buying a water filter not water.
If all the stores run out of food I'd survive. Canned goods, dry foods like pasta, long term storage foods such as potatoes, I'd be more than surviving I'd be thriving. A camp stove even to make my coffee or just a hot meal.
Most of all though I would have my brain. Go ahead and panic world, when the storm hits I'll be lighting a cigarette and pouring myself a glass of vodka.

All that said I still don't know how I feel about this article.

"Consider the water shortage currently plaguing residents of Texas and the overtly hostile backlash against those who raised the price of things like bottled water. Does this action hurt Texans, dumping on people who literally and figuratively are struggling to get their heads above water? Or do these higher prices benefit them, especially those most in need, by relieving them of having to deal with greedy hoarders, thus lessening the harsh realities of an immediate shortage of fresh water at their disposal?"
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poisoning the so called infidel through far reaching means [Sep. 7th, 2017|04:49 am]
"The papers, written in Arabic, report the production and testing of two chemical compounds — thallium sulphate and a nicotine-based compound — at the Isis development and military industrialisation commission."
Much like happened to me years ago with some soda . . .
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(no subject) [Sep. 6th, 2017|11:25 pm]
[Current Location |human in Griffin or Barnesville]
[Current Mood |aggravatedaggravated]
[Current Music |Adana Twins - Strange (Acid Pauli & NU Remix) (Official Video) | Exploited]

Hey Rick
I don't feel like sleeping either. My grandma is a bit of a worrier so she has me staying at her place tonight. I go to court tomorrow.
Personally I made a prediction earlier this week that Irma was going to cross Florida and my prediction seems to possibly be coming true. The forecast tonight had four tracks sending it across the state and possibly into the gulf. Two of those would definitely be bad news for your neck of the woods and mine but time will tell.
I have seen some solar charging gear on line, and there's always a car adapter. I was very thankful for my dad collecting all that camping gear when the ice storm went through a few years back his camp stove was invaluable because I could make coffee lol the power was out at my house for over two weeks. Being such a rural area the power company didn't get around to our power lines because so few people were affected I guess.
Not sure if you will believe this but a city policeman stopped me the other night in my new truck for not having my lights on and actually gave me a ticket for it! I swear that department is deplorably picky. At least he didn't arrest me for it.
My sister lost her pregnancy by the way, not sure if I mentioned that. It's been a difficult summer for our family. We shall pull through though.
Strange how easily a lineage of people can become extinct isn't it? K1a1b1 may soon die. Some survive thrive and carry on, whilst others die.
I've been watching a video series called The Great War (mentioned this before) about said war and been thinking about how many lineages were cut short in both the Great War and WWII. My grandfather (our common relative) was stationed stateside during the conflict, his life was spared; but so many of the soldiers he trained fell from the skies. What is justice? What is logic? Every day we see the ending of an Adam or an Eve and their contribution to humanity. Evidenced most recently by the three child baby who was genetically engineered.

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It seems some have realised what the FA thugs really are . . . [Sep. 1st, 2017|11:28 pm]
[Current Music |Boris Brejcha - Lonely Planet (Original Mix)]

Dozens of armed anti-fascist groups have emerged, including Redneck Revolt and the Red Guards, according to the reports and interviews. One report from New Jersey authorities said self-described antifa groups have been established in cities including New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and San Francisco.


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(no subject) [Aug. 26th, 2017|10:19 pm]

"There’s Democrat Congressman Adam Schiff (D-Nancy Pelosi’s purse),  explaining to CNN’s Jake Tapper how the “‘Antifa’ leftist movement seeks  peace through violence.”


Right. And “work sets you free.”"

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