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What I Wanted To Say

To those who haven’t been satisfied with my blog

(To Everyone)

Appreciation

My thanks goes out to all those three people who’ve written comments in these three months here, as well as the followers that aren’t here to simply promote themselves.  (I will say that Pattrick Latter’s photography is some of the best I’ve seen on WordPress.)  So, to Jason, Amy, and…Olive Ridley—someone from India that may’ve already unfollowed like “Dan” (I’ve no idea, writing this offline)—all of you have made me feel not completely alone.  Thank you.

I can never get enough done in a day, but I’ve been saved so many times with these delays and glitches, and would have missed out on a lot of informational opportunities—the entirely of October 13, for one, not to mention coming off worse online.

Trouble

The recent minor earthquake was a reminder that I have to get my priorities straight.  Another reminder to get thine behind into shape.  I know it sounds redundant but I don’t expect to live past 2012, like many people.

You have the hot-war going on, the soon-to-come World War III once Jerusalem is divided, and the pending sh*tstorms in the U.S., regarding weather and week/month-long blackouts.  On the East coast of the United States winter is going to be harsh: hail, ice, snow—you name it, feet of it.  So I find I must act even faster, do even more.  The attempt to beat the clock, even if people think I’m not doing anything.

In poverty myself, I’m reduced to reminding others to stock up on canned goods. Continue reading What I Wanted To Say

Waste—High

Stacks—
on tables, on shelves, and on floors,
of books, and mags, and of papers;
recent or new, aged ten or more—piles, they become less safer.
These papers are used, less ‘reading,’ more ‘leaks’
of ceilings and sinks, piled paper for weeks.
And each week a new mag—and bags, many balled,
and stored in bags, within bags, and thusly marked for:
clothes, materials, and “saved” on a chair,
in more bags, always slide right onto the floor.
Continue reading Waste—High