I hope I'm playing shuffleboard in 50 years! I'll be 100 then! And if I make it that long, without getting hit by a truck or the like prior,then I'll attribute my longevity to being a very conscious person-healthwise, mentally,worldly and spiritually , questioning the powers to be and all the things they strive for us to perceive as gospel.
As for boogeyman stories...reality is scarier to the aware & those that
question the reality they are led to believe,yet the truth,or the possibility that their 'world' may not be what it has appeared to be, can be too frightning
for many to deal with. I understand. Ah, I miss that bliss of being a 6th grader.
I miss s'mores around the campfire,too...but not that much.
I'm new to this topic forum, yet not new to denial, ridicule & ignorance...
we are all in the dark for the most part. It's my duty, I believe,in life, to question and confirm the truth for myself, not simply accept it. I don't enjoy the horrors , lies and deceptions I uncover, discover or read on posts in venues like this. It is the acceptance of the American public that the government counts on and our acceptance & trust in them has not gotten this country to the level it should be at. Like it or not, many, many people are losing or have lost confidence in the regime. It's not 1%, sorry.
If one thinks this country is better off after the last 7 years on a local and world wide basis, then I'd love to hear where,how and why? If one thinks the rest of the world respects our political structure and its constituents then one is grossly misinformed, I feel, and not very well traveled or versed in foreign affairs and news.
Before one calls someone's thoughts 'nonsensical' , one should do a little digging around to realize they are not thoughts, they are backed up , grounded theories by
very intelligent ,reputable people. Sometimes it gets dirty ,though truth is not always pristine.
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