Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy...too many mind. No mind.
"But the guy who owns that stove, in that crumbling little cabin, on that creepy plain of mud, I don’t know him from Adam. I don’t owe him anything except what one human being honorably owes another – which includes that I should leave his stuff alone." -Joel at Joel's Gulch
Now if only the Gooberment could learn that lesson....
Good post. I'm fortunate to have stumbled upon a place to live where many leave their houses unlocked, keys in vehicles, and there's very little theft. Malamute
When I came into this world, I got a name from my Daddy and it was worth what he made of it.When I leave this world, all I'll leave of any real value is my name, and its worth will be what I make of it.I hope that'll be something that will make my daughter proud, but my life ain't over yet, and any day I can screw up what I've spent a lifetime tryin' to do right.Rob J
Like Temple Grandin, and my Dear Dead Mom, and Lazarus Long, I am all for formal manners. They help us to avoid un-necessary fights.
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