Remake the World

May 13, 2012
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I’d like to remake the world in to, not my image, but a place where people are more civil to one another. A place where work is work and home is home, and neither are ever put together, not even when out doing happy hours or meetings with co-workers.

The place that I live in is a place where people spurt bullshit about diversity and that’s all it is, bullshit. They have some kind of “vision” where everybody looks, talks, acts and dresses alike. They go on TV and put models up, saying look at us, we’re diverse and you walk through the front door and it’s a herd of cattle, munching on the same tired grass.

We live in a world where civility has taken a back seat to expediency, fair play has degenerated into back stabbing and saying excuse me, please and thank you has given way to pushing, shoving and silence.

I’d like to return to a time when individuality was valued and everyone didn’t walk around wearing khaki pants and polo shirts, unless it was a uniform of some kind. I’d like to return to a time when you could go on an interview and answer questions in your own voice; not the voice that’s running around in the head of some HR people these days who think their “vision” of a perfect department is an entire group of zombie employees who think, talk, act and look alike.

When you have a group of people in a room who are of the same mindset, what you have is a stagnant pool, which does nothing innovative, creative or original. You are only maintaining the status quo and in the world where I come from, you don’t last very long if you don’t think for yourself and keep working on being better, stronger, faster.  Most likely, that’s how Hitler came to power; people stopped thinking for themselves and let some megalomaniac do their thinking for them. God help us all if this is the future.

We keep driving cars that pollute the air, we keep buying groceries that are so over-priced, no one can afford to eat healthy anymore. Doctors don’t spend time talking with their patients and if you’re ethnic, they assume that you’re sick because you’re too lazy to go out and exercise.  Laziness doesn’t enter the picture because most minorities are busy living from one paycheck to the next, there’s no time to eat healthy or exercise. Those who want to work, usually work 2 or 3 part-time jobs because that’s all they can get. There are no more jobs that pay a decent living wage and those that do, they come up with some shite about “you need a college degree”. Yeah, right. There was a time when experience counted for something.

We put politicians in office who kowtow to big companies because they’re the ones with the money and we all know that money talks and the people get screwed, which is why JP Morgan is still throwing good money after bad and people like me lose half their life savings and nobody bothers to get it back for us. But our politicians keep bailing out these companies because they want the money that their PACs give them. All they are doing is passing money back and forth. PACs give the politicians money to look the other way while they rip off the voters and the politicians give the PACs’ companies money because nobody’s minding the store and stopping the corporate welfare system that’s currently in place. This is probably why welfare and public housing has been done away with. Big companies want the money that would be going to help poor people.

the last of the 30 days — I’m late, I know!

May 13, 2012
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Day 17 — There are many mysteries in the universe. If there were one truth I could learn, it would be: what the hell am I here for?
Day 18 — I would agree or disagree that high school is/was the time of my life… Because: Disagree — high school was boring. Being an adult is much more fun and a lot more freedom.
Day 19 — The film that best describes how my day-to-day life feels is: The Pest or Kung Fu Hustle.
Day 20 — I’m half naked, cold, tired, hungry, hurt, wet and just washed up on a deserted island. The first things I need to do to survive is…survey the area, look for food and water, look for things to use as clothing and/or shelter.
Day 21 – The person or persons that do not read my blog but I wish he/she/they would is: the silly bitches my landlord brings home, my ex-husbands, my brothers and a couple of former friends.
Day 22 — Allowing another person to fully love me means they must: accept me as I am, warts, california sunshine and all.
Day 23 — Allowing another person to fully love me means I must: let other people make mistakes and do dumb things without throwing stones.
Day 24 — Given the choice between having to live the rest of my life without my voice, or living the rest of my life without the ability to hear, I would choose: losing my voice.
Day 25 — My biggest pet peeve that has nothing to do with blogging, being online, computers or anything else related to the Internet is: it’s the 21st century and I’m still being judged because of my skin color.
Day 26 — I would break the law to save a loved one if: can’t say I would break the law to save a loved one. This scenario is completely foreign to me.
Day 27 — I have an inner voice, and if a friend spoke to me the way my inner voice does at times: I would wonder who let that nut job loose on the street.
Day 28 — If I could do one thing that is socially unacceptable and know I would not be judged, I would: walk around naked in the summertime.
Day 29 — My television is showing the same show on every channel. I really don’t mind watching ____________ (from the 1960′s) and I really love this show because: I have two–the original Star Trek series; it was a blueprint, but we didn’t know it at the time and the original Twilight Zone, for the same reason.
Day 30 — One question or subject matter if I were asked here on 30 Days of Blogging Honesty I know I would refuse to answer or definitely lie about is: I’mleaving thisone blank, because I’ve probably answered that question already on a different site.