posted on Jun, 5 2014 @ 08:22 PM
Hey, have you noticed something strange about the panhandlers that you normally wouldn't really take note of if you weren't paying close attention?
Well, to make a further point about this thing I've noticed I have to go ahead and say that the sun has been affecting me a lot more than usual in
the past. I have to protect myself with more UV coating than ever before and still, the sun makes me feel strangely sick. Especially in the sunrise
and sunset hours. Why? I don't know. When the sun is at high noon it seems to affect me less that those other times.
So back to the panhandlers.
A few weeks ago I noticed this man who held up a cardboard sign while I was at a gas station. He caught my attention because he was a rather unhealthy
looking bright red. So red that at the distance I saw him his skin appeared to be bleeding. Like the blood was oozing out of his skin in droplets too
small to call it bleeding. I'm serious, this man was redder than a barn. I remember watching him make his rounds when the light turned red, he walked
between the lanes in a counter-clockwise circle. Over and over again. I thought to myself that man must've been allergic to the sun or something
because I've never seen the panhandlers get so nasty looking, and so quickly too!
Now today I had to do a lot of traveling around town. I'd seen several panhandlers today who were doing what I described of the first man: walking
out into traffic with a cardboard sign. I've seen these people a bazillionjillion times so what was it that kept drawing my attention to them? All of
these traffic panhandlers I saw today had the harshest looking tans I've ever seen. Now, I remember a family member of mine once fell asleep in a
tanning bed and man oh man what tan that was. In comparison these panhandlers have exceeded that accidental salon tan that my family member got.
No, I'm dead serious. I've seen tons of panhandlers in this town both this year and last year and I'll tell you what, Summer has only begun and
these people have harsher skin problems caused by the sun than they looked at the END of last Summer. So, really, I'm not joking around here. This
sun funny business is happening. Whether it is publicly acknowledged or not, whether it's a big deal or not, like many important things that get
ignored in America, it's happening.
This Maunder Minimum thing may sound like "hey, no sun spots so the sun is gonna be cooler" and whatnot but really, because sunflares are minimal at
a 500 year low doesn't mean the sun hasn't switched over to another set of harmful UV rays or something similar and is slowly cooking mankind like a
stuck pig over a firepit.
Go ahead, check out some panhandlers, you'll notice their tans are far worse that ever before!
I'll continue to wear sunscreen and bring a thick umbrella with me everywhere I go. Even if it makes me look ridiculous. Why? Because I care about my