It doesn't matter, man, I'm satisfied, whether it has made sense to you or not. I will just ask you directly then: do you really feel comfortable
shouting that crap from Scandinavia?
I mean, what have you had to tell yourself to make that OK? Do you not think that we know that? It all starts to feel a bit like we are being kicked
when we are down and it gets frustrating. Some of us have had multiple chances to re-arrange our domestic situations, but we don't quit. I could have
left more than twice, but I do not, because I could not live with the sense of failure and having given up.
The world is presently filled with many uncomfortable things, especially it seems, here in America. But it is our job as human beings to learn to
accommodate the unease and discomfort, it stretches us and causes us to be more human.
I won't say exactly where I live in America, but it is an epicenter of social upheaval and rapid change. It requires the best of me everyday to not
succumb to the darkness and quit. By the end of the day, I sometimes find myself actually having to work to be friendly and participate and not be a
dick, and quit.
So that makes it extra hard, to be in the middle of it everyday working to make it work here in America, and some dude in Scandinavia tells us we are
doing it wrong. Not only that, but as I said, i agree with your OP, and I could easily have ignored it if I had not seen the Scandinavia tag as your
location. But otherwise, where do you get off?
Are you pissed cause we did nothing and
you had to move, or just that we did nothing?
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