Being myself

I am retired from the military with almost 29 years in 5 career fields. I do not have any piercings, tattoos or a pony tail in my hair. I like short hair and it is usually dry before I’m done shaving (which is usually good when it is 30 degrees below zero). I am me, whereas many of you are covering your entire body in tattoos, which makes you more eligible for circus freak than someone who does a good job, not only in the work that you do, but also in the image that you portrait. Many wear a cell phone attached permanently to your head if not worn like a useless, deformed claw on your hands, connecting both hands together so that you may fall on your face when you miss the curb as you cross the street (if you aren’t hit by a car first). By having Java man holes in your head by wearing gages, which are big enough to put gauges in your head, you are being like someone else, rather than being yourself. Wearing all types of clothing with company logo’s that you don’t work for, not only means that you are paying extra to advertise for those companies, but you are one of the millions of sheep in this country that allow others to herd you where they want you to go, and you have lost your own identity. Politics see all of these sheep and lead you down whatever dimented path that they see as being good for themselves, and no longer care about you.

We are losing our nation because nobody seems to realize that they are no longer themselves, and they believe everything that is spewed across the 4 inch to 54 inch screens. It’s time to pull our heads out and pay attention to the world around us and make educated decisions for ourselves. Don’t believe everything that athlete’s, corporations, the media, or the rich want you to believe, just because they have money doesn’t make them smart Also, don’t try to be like me, but make your own decisions and have reasons why you believe that way. If you don’t have a reason why something is good or bad, then you have no opinion of your own and are willing to be one of those sheep.

About rossmeister

Husband, Father, Have Cats, Philosopher on World Issues, Future Author, Aviation Technician, Hate Snow and winters longer than three months. If you want to argue a point with me, pretend that I'm a judge in a courtroom, and you need to tell me the facts as you know and see them so you can argue in the attempt to win your case. There are no guarantees that you will win, but your chances are better if you use this method.
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