Children’s playground in Dallas, 1900.
I honestly dont see how anybody could like the guy. Well adjusted people are happy and fun to be around. He is none of those things. Obvious to me he is not happy with who he is. He wears a mask of who he wants people to think he is. Im a nobody but I guarantee I have more real friends than he does. Im the same person face to face as I am here.
In Texan speak:
Mike, you are that down to earth, straight shootin', right as rain, flag wavin', you can count me in, wait til the cows come home, well-weathered, rode and put up wet, neighborly sort that every dirt-clod kicking Texan needs in their life...or there ain't no Texas!
Thank you Gail. Whatever good that can be found in me is owed to my parents and the way they raised me. Born and raised in Texas and always been proud of that. Even prouder of who brought me into this world. The good lord has gotten me this far and I dont think he is done with me yet. We gonna see this through to the other side, always have. God bless you for the compliment. May God bless us all.
Indeed. Its kinda funny how they think they are smarter than us. Im not one of the "booksmart" folks and after living 66 years im kinda comfortable who I am. You wont see me bragging about my intelligence but you wont see me put up with somebody calling me stupid either. Folks that look down their nose at people without a college degree cant even change their own oil, much less sparkplugs
@Synclair I think kids worked at coal mines and other very dangerous jobs that helped build countries into the industrial age.
I can imagine if someone traveled back in time and asked the child workers if they felt "safe"
Might have been better than home...
History is full of horrible situations.
YAY we live in the future
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