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Always wish your detractors the best, someone else’s success has nothing to do with your success, everything someone else have,  you too can achieve.

lol, considering my current circumstances, you know I believe it.

I daresay, a good 40 -80% of your discontent comes from comparing yourself unfavorably to someone else and seriously, you need to stop it.

With social media dictating most of our moods you must be vigilant, very little has any bearing in real life and you already know this so why are you not actively making effort to disengage?

This is not a advice blog for a preteen so I’m not going to talk to you like you are a young adult because you are a grown adult.

Make a list and begin the sleuthing, you should be able to have a honest conversation with yourself about the emotions you are having and you should be able to say, why am I feeling like this? 

You ought to be able to articulate and when I use ‘honest’ I mean the conversation that is not necessarily flattering or aspirational, own it, wiggle out every little inane and petty reason. Then when you have that mapped out you ask yourself, ‘ Is this who I want to be? ‘

Like this-> you know that girl you think is such a epic B?
Why do you think so ?
Disclaimer: hating someone for how they look, dress or talk ,  is really you projecting your own unresolved issues on to someone else.

 It is 100 % unacceptable and you need to work on that bit post haste because you are abusive in your sentiments, towards that person and more significantly, to yourself.

So you hate her

…….. because she makes you feel bad about yourself?

Naw girl doggie, go to the gym and get your own body to be proud of.

Shift focus from ‘lack’ – what you don’t have to abundance – what you do have, what you can achieve.

You do have a body and its just as good as mine, probably better.

Let go of everyone but yourself,
No one should be weighted with the burden of your happiness.
You alone are to carry that responsibility and ideally joyfully so.

Similarly, nothing anyone does should have the power to derail your happiness and the only one you are competing with is yourself.

You obviously can’t get along with everybody but you are expected to be able to be civil and cooperative even with people you dont like.
Neither is a second code of conduct for people you disagree with acceptable.

Being a adult is hard work, it doesn’t slow down either. We all make mistakes, what matters is what you learn from it.

Life is precious. Be good to yourself.

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Remembering Romina Ashrafi

The Iranian teenager who was beheaded in her sleep by her father for the audacity of choosing her own boyfriend .

30 % of all murders in Iran are honor killings.

When a legal guardian, a man, the father or grandfather kills their “protege” or cattle depending on how you view women, he is never charged with capital punishment as its not considered murder.

Let that sink in for a moment.

RIP child.

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Last year brought a young Rotweiler puppy past my patch, the owner, 25 had bought the pup from a breeder in California and I knew the moment I looked at him he was bred with AKC standard and exhibited a lot of promise.

I have a past in showing and competing with dogs and I loved what I saw.
Strong cross, good bite, impeccable shoulders, barrel chested with muscles roiling under a lustrous coat, intelligent eyes, stunning movement and a bouldering general impression.
Gorgeous dog.
Calm, steadfast temper.

25 loved his pup, walked him for hours every day, making sure to stop and talk every time he saw me.

I encouraged him to order a 9ft leash and he came up with a red harness himself.
Which was adorable but completely inappropriate on a 140 lb un altered teenage muscle bully male with the head the size of a sidetable.

A couple weeks ago 25 told me he signed up for obedience training with the AKC, the very first step on the path to qualify to compete for championship and I was so touched.

I didn’t say anything obviously but I saw the dog offering a path out of the hood and away from the affiliations.

I found out yesterday he went to join the protests downtown, got in to some tussle and was shot and killed on Friday.

I’m just heartbroken for the dog.

My heart crumbles thinking of the gang dogs locked up in unheated garages for life, kicked around dog fighting rings or used as bait dogs.

Watching tonights car chase I can’t help but wonder, was dude involved with murdering my neighbor?

Tomorrow I’m bringing his enduring grand mother a rose to plant and I am hopeful to hear the dog stays in the family.

Rest in peace my dude.

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Pacta Sunt Servanda

Malcolm X said there’s nothing more dangerous than a white liberal.

Reuters reports Biden’s campaign staff donating to the group bailing out the looters in Minnesota.

One does not show up for a protest and happen to grab a tv on the way.
These are criminals highjacking a just cause to steal and impose violence.

Courtesy of your local Marxist

Anyone recall Jakobs public statement after Georges passing ?

His preemptive to save his career.

Now I think he is the match that lit Minneapolis with his verbose language when he was in actuality talking about his own, his very very own employee.

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The More You Know

This is a reposting worth your attention.



Adam Schiff’s sister is married to George Soros son

Hillary Clinton’s daughter Chelsea is married to George Soros nephew

John Kerry’s daughter is married to mullahs son in Iran

ABC News Executive Producer Ian Cameron is married to Susan Rice , Obama’s former National Security Advisor

California Govenor Gavin Newsome is Nancy Pelosi’s nephew

CBS President David Rhodes is the brother of Ben Rhodes , Obama’s Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications

ABC News and Univision reporter Matthew Jaffe is married to Katie Hogan Obama’s former Deputy Press Secretary

ABC Ben Sherwood is the brother of Elizabeth Sherwood, Obama’s former Special Advisor

CNN President Virginia Moseley is married to Tom Nides, former Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Secretary.

This is what you called a stacked deck,  if you had a hunch the news system was somewhat rigged and you couldn’t put your finger on it, this might help solve the puzzle.
Same incestuous relationship holds true for NBC/MSNBC and most media outlets.

Brings a new perspective on 45’s insistence of bringing family in to the White House.