reply to post by Skyfloating
That's right, I don't.. i see these things coming.
It's like having the best DVD player but only one film. It's all you got so you watch it constantly. You know when the good bits are coming, you
know when the sad and bad bits are coming. So you filter out what you want and what you dont want.
But it leaves you in a kind of limbo.
You're not adding to anything and you're not taking anything away either. You're in another 'set' group that is expected to occur. They already
know exactly how many people will do all the work they can to get another DVD film, they know there will be those who can just go out and buy 5 more
immediately and they know there are those who will sit around and wait patiently for the same set of films to be shown on TV for you to record or get
free on the front page of the Sunday morning news papers.
But in a way, that suits them just fine. Where you're not spending on DVD films, you're spending on the internet typing out conspiracy theories for
some web site.
I used to live in the UK, and almost every day I would hear someone complain about something and never do anything about it. I too, was just as
annoyed about the things people were complaining about and I also got annoyed with the complaining..so I quit..got out.. walked away.
We have a choice. They don't want you to realise that getting up and walking away is the easiest thing to do. You are alive and healthy. You have
friends, wherever you lay your hat can be your home. Work and food comes to us all in one manner and in many ways. Opportunities exist.
What more do you want?
Supporting and being a part of their continuous looping Black and white 1950's B movie is one of the worst situations I can think of for anyone to
ever be in.
I did some work on someones house. I was working as a builders mate for a while. Doing this third floor extension. The house had 2 bathrooms, 5
bedrooms, a kitchen and a living room. The owner worked in computers somewhere.
He had paid a vast amount of money for this house... for him and his wife...
The rear garden wasn't big enough to let a pet rabbit chew the grass.
He was always out all day every day working. We would arrive at 9am, and by the time we'd leave at around 5 or 6 pm, he still hadn't been home.
Apparently he didn't get home till 11pm usually.
Job done, and we're all in the garden having a few drinks and getting the 'thank yous'... we were talking 'house' and he mentioned to my boss how
much it cost him...
Me and my big mouth, jumped in and said, 'all that money and all that time working for a house you're hardly ever in'.
He looked at me in stunned shock. He knew exactly what I was getting at and he realised i was right. Could see it written all over his face. Anyway,
got another beer after that..