Originally posted by smugmushroom
reply to post by Hydroman
Everyone that says they can't find a job is either being too picky or just isn't looking for one. "A job" is just that, its a stepping stone back
into the world of employment, because someone in employment is far more likely to be successful in an interview than a (homeless??) vigilante.
Ok I'm done with that. Wow my last post had a lot of misspellings.
If applying for framing, as a PA on a television set, as security for Pinkerton, as a mail handler, for a position cleaning car parts and a
construction manager can be called picky then, you got me. Oh and mucking horse stalls too.
And someone brought up my family comments. Let me clarify that. I have two teenagers. That is the family I'm talking about protecting. No I don't live
in my car with them. They live in a beautiful home with the ex. I have brothers around the country and folks who don't communicate with me.
Some here have suggested that I may be Looney. My family would agree with you, too.
And I've been called a loner. I don't know. I've got friends. Some have helped me out but I would rather not bring them my problems so many of them
don't know my full story. And if you asked them I think that they would refer to me as outgoing and level headed.
Meh, I'm fine. And that was the point. This kid in CT was messed up. But wasn't his family doing pretty well financially. I bet I have a couple of
more reasons to do something stupid but I don't. My current situation was relevant because even with all the crap I'm going through, the gun isn't the
reason I don't flip out
It's because I'm taking care of me the best I can. And doing my best not to ruin anyone else's live while I'm at it
And I like to write on ATS. I've met some solid human beings here. Good hearted people who I how to keep in mind when I'm doing better.
edit on 17-12-2012 by Mrgone because: forgot about the horse mucking