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Remember: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants to see us happy.
1. The Misanthropic: Name something (about humanity) you absolutely hate.
The obsession with the Great Green Evil… MONEY! Why must everyone be obsessed with it? Is it not possible to do without this concept in its entirety and still have a successful society? Oh well, I suppose I will have to learn to at least live with this in some shape, form or fashion. (Barring total armageddon or the collapse of society as we know it… Which I can’t have, I love my computer… It allows me to keep in touch with people who are out of reach.)
2. The Meretricious: Expose something or someone that’s phony, fraudulent or bogus.
I will now offer a tribute to the bogusness of the town I so formerly was a resident of… Now beyond time and space we shall travel back a few years. Yes, you have now reached the time of the Wilks Bucks Scandal of Maryville, Tennessee. Funny how the only newspaper article I could find was from The Oak Ridger and his name was changed.
Hmm… Something fishy is afoot I do believe.
The Maryville paper quite possibly could have just forgotten about the whole incident for some reason. What that may or may not be I will never know. Although it seems kind of unusual for Oak Ridge to have made a report on the topic and no where else in the state. I was there I knew what happened.
The moral of this story is: Kiddies think twice before trying to defraud our glorious government because big brother is watching.
3. The Malcontent: Name something you’re unhappy with.
I am rather distraught with my total lack of faith in people that are around me. It’s not necessarily that I don’t trust them. It falls more along the lines of I seriously question their ability to follow through with things. After all most people are easily much more easily distracted with things that directly affect their own person.
Secondly, I am let down by the lack of excellent and groovy living in the world. With this lack of easygoing natural course of living, life is difficult. While I realize that for the most part life can be summed up from a quote in The Princess Bride, “Life is pain.” I require myself to think differently.
Last but not least, on this note can’t we all just f*cking get along. (I know I used the word f*ck, but when I used it it had more emphasis didn’t it?)
4. The Meritorious: Give someone credit for something and name it if you can.
The rest of the reading world, well hell you made it this far. Just keep on truckin’.
5. The Mirror: See something good about yourself and name it.
The mirror broke this week, check back later… (I apologize for the complete lack of interesting and funny dialogue but I’m just full of sour satire this week…)
On the other hand I did find a six pack of Samuel Adams Cream Stout… Boy is it yummy it really hits the spot. Also it is great to blog by and as Moe says, “I highly recommend it!”
6. The Make-Believe: Name something you wish for.
Visible progress in four key areas (not the armpits, a**hole, crotch and teeth…*): my love life, unfortunate financial situation, extending the arm of friendship my daily grasp, and feeling as if I can’t quite fulfill the requests of friends and family.
* In most civilized communties, these are great places to keep clean. In addition, you can save time if you use the same brush for all four areas.
Thus is the conclusion of my Monday Melee. You too can join in the fun by visiting The Monday Melee page and completing the steps. Kick-start your brains on Mondays, meet other bloggers, and by George have a darn good time too.