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I have lived in the suburbs of my large city, always finding a place nearby to escape to be with the wildlife, or travel with my wonderful step father to enjoy all that is offered in the small town he grew up in. I got to have a nice education due to the hard work of my parents, and when I turned 18, was eager to see more around me. Brought up to open doors for ladies, keep my heart exposed, and one day be the parents that I was taught to be.

My life has been hard, because I want an honest living, and do not want hurt others as I climb above. But what I have gained is so much more, I am a really good guy and have seen the others, but I feel there should be more so I am here with you guys on this website doing my part. I think the small things are better, can I say this with the right words, it is not complicated and want to give it a try. If you were to hang out with me for a day, you would have fun and joke around, maybe do some fishing in a farm stock pond, or go out in the city and look at all the shinny cars as they pass. Promise to put my heart into this, and not asking for too much, just think what a world this could be, if we could talk for a day.

I am new to being responsible, I have a new puppy his name is Rocco, everyone should have a Beagle because it is like being in a WaltDisney movie. He has these big ears, and a look when he tilts his head.

Growing up I was curious about everything, had too many hobbies to list. My job interests were diverse, and I spent my time learning about carpentry, mechanics, medicine, and electronics. If I could get the job I want, I would have to invent it myself, it would be something like my great grandfather, he was famous for building things for others in the cities nearby, today if you say his name, they would stop what they were doing and smile as they told your their stories. Today we could use him, invent a way we could interact better, like Buckminster Fuller had wanted, and maybe one day. Thank you for inviting me here with you guys, I look forward to see what we can do, because if it is not us who do it, then who.


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Because a Little Bug went Ka-choo Friday, April 22, 2016 (2 comments)      Share on Google Plus Submit to Twitter Add this Page to Facebook! Share on LinkedIn Pin It! Add this Page to Fark! Submit to Reddit Submit to Stumble Upon
"Because A Little Bug Went Ka-choo" Theodor Seuss Geisel Adults are just obsolete children, and the hell with them. This phrase was coined after his first book did not sell, one of only a few books he wrote that were not children's books. Maybe they were not children's books after all, and were meant for the adults to learn about morals as they read them to their children time, and time again.

Federal Communications Commission Building Wednesday, April 20, 2016 (1 comments)      Share on Google Plus Submit to Twitter Add this Page to Facebook! Share on LinkedIn Pin It! Add this Page to Fark! Submit to Reddit Submit to Stumble Upon
"Litmus Test for every Presidential Candidate, The Undoing of the Federal Communications Commission" Were you aware of how the Federal Communication Commission is structured to ensure timely, accurate, and pertinent news of your community? Did you know that the President of your country is in charge of the five FCC Commissions that ensure it is operating correctly as under the fine guidelines set forth by those who were cautious when initially setting up the the program?

Alice Miller Sunday, April 17, 2016 (3 comments)      Share on Google Plus Submit to Twitter Add this Page to Facebook! Share on LinkedIn Pin It! Add this Page to Fark! Submit to Reddit Submit to Stumble Upon
"The Demolition of Silence" A journey into politics, a fresh prospective to what is happening around you, and finding role models that inspire a person to finally speak out. Alice Miller's articulation, and suggestions for intervention are changing societies norm of how we deal with our problems.