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Random Observations of Social Insanity, part two

Short story By: Jason West Jones
Humor



Random Observations of Social Insanity, need I say more? Second part of many more to come.


Submitted:Jul 21, 2012    Reads: 19    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


Abstract Aging
When I'm over 65. I'm gonna start a band called "Where Am I", and make sure we all have shirts that say that. Also, free prune juice for the bitches.
There is no such thing as "earning respect". One can only attempt to limit delusional behavior.
If I could ever make a statement to, The Big Three Credit Bureaus: Experian, Equifax and TransUnion, and I knew for sure they would read it. It would be very simple. "Restraining orders, of which I'm sure your companies have many, against many people. These "little" documents did not stop my favorite "Big Three" of all time. Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, & Jeffrey Dahmer. Make a note of that please, and sleep well."
I'm a bleeding heart, but sometimes I feel many people want my heart to bleed in a more "fatal" aspect. To those I say, "We are all holding a time card".
And now, a short poem!
One must accept defeat, in order to face the next battle
When your heart is the weapon, and your mind is the field
The only one who can make mistakes is yourself
We are all trying to overcome something
Taking for granted, that the next person may have it much worse
We all push on in our own way
We all stop and admire the people who fell on their path
We all wonder, who will be next?
Not me bitch!
Closing Thoughts
I've been doing everything I can to lower my IQ. I've been watching Nascar, and Walker Texas Ranger. I've been going to bars, and fighting over skanks after 8 shots of cheap vodka. I even bought the largest HDTV I could find, so I could watch basic cable on it. Can anyone else help me, American up myself?
Did anyone ever notice that the most defining element of most artist, musicians, ect.. Is if they are dead or not? Seems to be a bit discouraging, more so when you think of who profits from it. And then you think about the fact, that it is almost never their family, if even their kids! *This Message Was Brought To You By Bain Capital TM.
Police departments across the country have become dependent on federal drug war grants to finance their budget. In March, we published a story revealing that a police union lobbyist in California coordinated the effort to defeat Prop 19, a ballot measure in 2010 to legalize marijuana, while helping his police department clients collect tens of millions in federal marijuana-eradication grants. And it's not just in California. Federal lobbying disclosures show that other police union lobbyists have pushed for stiffer penalties for marijuana-related crimes nationwide. So remember all. * STOP! YOU'RE UNDER ARREST!




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