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Old 10-13-2007, 08:06 AM   #21
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Life changing events,hmmm.

ok, . Severe breakdown after being injured and frustrated by not getting good medical care and living with pain. Being active and then being injured and living with pain seeing doctors who know shinola can get to you. Finally healed, mentally and physically, have no time to suffer fools and their mamby pamby complaints that the latte is too freakin hot.

Being hasseled at job when they saw my "weakness" due to illness. Pain gets to you, and the sharks circle you, you get a reputation having to be in mental hospital for month to deal with severe depression. But I'm just as mean, I plastered my office walls with pictures of AK-47's they backed off. Nothing like guns and meds bottles to keep the harrassers off your ass.

Trouble with child on booze and drugs

Corporate America is cruel, when they see you fall, they pounce for your position, except I'm pretty tough, I overcame pain and depression, and spat in their eye, I toughloved my son, who straighened out and is now and teacher. I told all the fools around me to f--k off, and moved away from them.

I left the job due to burn out, been there done that, lost faith in the American dream, bunch of crap. I don't suffer fools, look at life as precious and should be taken with a great sense of humor, and tell the incurably anal to remove the poles from their arses.

Oh, did I mention I almost had 2 buildings fall on me, yes I was downtown when the whole 9/11 shebang went down, like being in a godzilla movie, running with a smoke ball chasing you.

Now I look at girlie mags, get up when I want, say what I want, do what I want. and only hang out with people who are not considered sane by this society, this american dream middle class crap.

I love the one's who have 5 million in the bank and ask, do you think I can retire?

that's da story
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Old 10-14-2007, 04:54 AM   #22
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Did anyone else have any life changing events?
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