Born To Be Miserable

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Fear and Testimony

Here in Bexley, Ohio is a strip mall right across the street from the Local Jewish Temple on E. Main Street.
The mini strip mall contains various small stores, plus local others like lawyers, Social Workers, Massage Therapists, and Insurance people.  I noticed at the "Hat and Sole", the shoppe owners had jewelry that I identified as mine from a burglary in Wooster, Ohio in part.  I am supposed to be afraid to say anything about this, because "I can't prove it".  But, I notied, nonetheless.

The end of the small strip mall , which has a sign on the door advertising Chodosh Law Office
                                                                                                             Margulis Group
                                                                                                             Leonard Real Estate
                                                                                                and        Stephen M. Handler Companyhas a wooden statue in it, of a man from the waist up, with his palm extended.  The statue is made of the finest polish wood.  The man is looking at his palm, which is extneded, and in his hand, jokers put a plastic bottle of hand sanitizer. 
This man looks like Doug Hearst from Wooster, Ohio.  Hearst has many tales to tell, and is supposed to be part of Ohio development, instead of ignorant, mean, crass, abusive people. 

Cher won the Best Actress award at the 1985 Cannes Film Festival for her portrayal of the mother of a son with severe facial disfigurement. What is the name of that film?

Monday, November 22, 2010

OffShore Drilling, McDonald's Corporation, and "Kim Possible" before and after cocaine use

"Offshore Drilling" is not interested in staying around very long in any one location. ( In fact, Mr. John Drilling my fiance was not at all thrilled with LaCrosse, Wisconsin, and wanted to leave this slow paced, small town behind).  There is a big problem with this "anti" versus "go for the skinny, limp look" that cocaine use provides.  An example is the cartoon character "Kim Possible" that was marketed by McDonald's Corporation.  Kim Possible, the before version was part of the police, and was a cartoon character drawn and sold to McDonald's Corporation with a black leather coat.  The after version was hyper, a police agent type, really thin, and more glamorous, but a stick who was part of the drug culture image. as opposed to a clean cut version that was part of the police.  Kim Possible, the before cocaine version looks like me with red hair and green eyes.  The cartoon strip was not supposed to make Kim Possible into any kind of police agent, but they changed their point of view at some point in time to be coincidental with the police and the 'get thin' portion that coincided with youth and cocaine use.  The 'before' version would be an example of a person who had to either change or became a victim of racketeering or "Offshore Drilling", the human type to fit with the projected need and stereotype wanted. 

McDonald's Corporation has many current promotions, and a Diversity i.d. , and is a clean, fast food restaurant that has stood the rigors of time.  The Livingston Avenue McDonald's has on the wall "The Golden Arches" which made McDonald's popular to begin with and has a strike through the middle of the "Golden Arches" from the top left side to the bottom right side. to correlate with AA, or the clean and sober mentality.         

Episcopal/Anglican Church Shield in blue

Episcopal/Anglican Church Shield in blue
"I have been a member of the Episcopal Church all of my life"

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Hello! I am a Social Worker (since 1990) and a writer. I am seeking writing jobs, funding for my Writing business called "the Indigo Drum" and a way to run an office again, plus a car.