I can’ t seem to figure out what is going on with this crazy place! You have multi-million dollar men at the head of corporate America skimming off the top to get themselves a nest-egg. You have average joes suing dry cleaners for $54 million for a honkin‘ pair of pants. We have people that know that the coffee in a Starbuck’s cup is hot. I mean, when you are handed the freakin‘ cup of joe IT STARTS TO BURN YOU THEN AND YOU GOING TO POUR IT ON YOUR LAP AND THEN SUE BECAUSE YOU DIDN’T KNOW IT WAS HOT??? BULL!!!
If you want to risk it…play the darn lottery!!! Where else is the playing field level? If you have a buck you can possibly win $360 million. Then you don’t owe any sneaky, slimey, overpaid, fee-driven lawyer. (This in no way is intended toward the honest lawyers out there like Pat Ballard or Sasha Moore or Big Rob K.)
The point is this. Maybe it is YOUR FAULT, STUPID!!! Maybe you are just dumb and should be scalded when you drop hot coffee on yourself. Maybe you should just accept the fact that the dry cleaners may not have a “we’ll replace your crap if we lose it” policy. If they don’t, GO SOMEWHERE THAT DOES!!! And for greedy people that are skimming off the top when you have more money in your money clip than most people make in three or four years, may God of Heaven deal with you harshly.
As for me? I’m planning a ultra-modest trip in the next months to GA, FL, or TN for a few lotto tickets. And when I snag the lotto and after Uncle Sam gets his cut I’ll do it up right. Yup. You bet. I don’t really need more than what I have. Sure a car for Shady would be nice. A nicely built (built by myself) log home with solar power and my own water tanks would be ideal. One or two little upgrades here and there, but nothing extravagant. Why? Why should I? If I ran out and bought the latest electronics I would just have to buy more within a year because they had been advanced three to four times over within the year. Buy a slammin‘ ride? Why? So that when it breaks down I have to pay out the wahzoo to have it fixed?
I would simply invest the money I received both in our local church and also in real estate for future income. I wouldn’t want to spend the money. I mean, I’ve never really had money so I would just invest and save it and act like I didn’t have any.
Anyway. This blog is not to say that they are the only ones that have screwed up in life. I have had my fair share. I have had my hand in my fair share of sabotage. I have since confessed and have learned from the experience. Just know that it may be your fault. You’re probably not the victim. Chances are, some rich dude dropped his Starbuck’s coffee all over his pants and was handed the wrong pants at the dry cleaners when he went to pick’em up…He got your pants. He liked them so much that he didn’t turn’em back in to the cleaners.
Enough blah-ging for today!