Tuesday, October 6, 2009

OUR NATIONAL SENSE OF HUMOR?

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So I’m racist; What? Me worry? People, someone is going to call me SOMETHING; Label me SOMEHOW; (There's now a label for everyone!) That's comforting to them to be able to classify me, so they think they understand all there is to know about me. What ignorant fools, they are trying to make us! A good belly laugh is therapeutic for me! I’ll laugh at what I think is funny, and I could not care less if someone’s feelings get hurt, because,
I AM NOT IN CHARGE OF YOUR FEELINGS; YOU ARE!
PUT THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR INSENSITIVITY WHERE THE “F” IT BELONGS!

We don’t have to be in love and court everybody! If this trend keeps up, We the People are going to become nothing but taxpaying amoeba.
I don't know about you, but, I have a life to live, and you can bet your ass it will be like a rational, intelligent human being!

2 comments:

andy said...

your words are spot on, infidel!

especially your theme:

ownership of emotions.

if someone gets angry

is it not their emotion?

their problem?

i have choice.

i choose not to be hooked by their emotional drama plays.

and if i have an emotion

which is impeding my forward progress

i simply say to myself"

i am not this emotion.

thus i gain intellectual distance

and the ability to be objective

about the facts of reality

determining the issue.

imho, your post was brilliant.

but don't expect others to understand

nor embrace

the concept

of emotional objectivity.

the brain secretes a certain hormone

when one is in a high emotional state

and the zombies are addicted to it.

drive on with your rolling back the walls of ignorance.

and as we all know

ignorance is not a pejorative.

it is simply a state of not knowing.

which certain privileged underclasses

consider bliss, apparently,

as the u. s. of a. hurtles towards the brink.

gold skyrocketed today.

the dollar is doomed.

and so is america

unless radical changes are made.

and since they won't be popular,

they won't.

boy scout motto:

be prepared.

American Infidel said...

if someone gets angry

is it not their emotion?

Ultimately; They should examine the anger, when they can do so rationally. ie. "Why did I get angry? What, EXACTLY, was I angry with?
People whom accomlish this dialog with themselves, grow emotionally in quantitative strides.
(And you do not have to take my word for it; Evidence abounds.)
Thanks for the comment, Andy.