The Exciting Swirls of 1991
Maybe things will be.. easier in the future…
BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP! WRONG. It is perfectly logical to think that things have become easier, with the drive-through coffee shops, the Interwebs, computerized cars, and even cellular telephones. But before you JUMP to conclusions, let’s just state the facts:
- Although life is easier, living has become harder.
- While the realm of medical technology has advanced into incredibly fascinating depths, people are still living and dying in the 18th century.
- Robots and robotic contraptions are used in just about every facet of life, from birth to death. And for the most part are largely believed to be emotionless. Until now.
- In the 90’s Bill made some great decisions towards the economy and choosing to spice up his sexual lifestyle. But in the future (NOW) Bill Clinton is a hater.
- And as a reminder, justice is still a joke, and don’t expect to win against the New Police State.
Well, I guess I don’t….
If you are a failure, the Government will be the first to remind you of this. As a musician, freelance writer, coffee understander, cyclist, and naturally awkward person, I feel that there are times when you fail at trying to do something right — be it an exam, blind date, car accident, tax evasion, or using correct grammar in an incorrect situation — you can still come out of it a solid gold winner. Even if you are a born loser. And most of us are.
“It’s what’s on the inside that counts.” However, in today’s anything-goes society, that phrase is basically useless. You may say, “But I don’t feel like you’re listening…” And believe me, people are NOT listening. Or “What, do I look like I’m made out of money?” Well, guess what. “What?” Is that a crisp Washington I see on your sleeve? “Uh…wha? Oh…dude, awesome.”
This never happens in real life.
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