Tag Archives: America

America’s Love Affair with the Automobile

An automobile is a big chunk of the False Freedom we all enjoy. Far too many people are caught up in a feed-back loop of buying a car to get to work in order to pay for the car to … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts Over a Cup of Coffee

I was thinking America (the United States) needs to grow up. You need to either grow up or get yourself a woobie; a big woobie. My revere was interrupted by one of the counter girls. They were in a disputation … Continue reading

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What Do You Mean, Cuckold?

What do I mean by cuckold? What do I mean by a Cuckold Nation? I should get the Nobel Prize for this. I probably won’t but I still think I deserve one. The Nobel Prize in Economics to be exact. … Continue reading

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America The Beautiful

At one time America must have been a truly beautiful place. Before there were Cowboys  —  before there were Indians.

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Whoremongers

My military service was actually a six year commitment. From the time I was separated (but not yet honorably discharged) from active duty in the U.S. Army I began my endless and futile search for viable employment. I remember a … Continue reading

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Lashing Out Blindly/The Need to Affiliate

Incident of April 18 th 2010 There’s an expression common to our family: “I’m not a mind reader.” From time to time my brother pulls the same crap my old man used to: He assumes. He thinks to communicate something; … Continue reading

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