Category Archives: Personal gripes

Thoughts on my saying, “I’m tired of being told how this country is everyone else’s in the world” – a dilemma of the white American male – describing a society of fear and apprehension – the need to overcome 20th century fears

A saying of mine got me on some interesting thoughts.  The saying is: “I’m tired of being told how this country is everyone else’s in the world” Never have I been told its mine nor does it seem to be … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “monotony of change”

In a conversation some time ago I said something that was interesting: I basically said that “change” has become “monotonous”.  I called this the “monotony of change”.  Its the “same thing” over and over again and again and again.  Something new, … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on my early experience with computers

Here is an observation of mine: A long time ago I had a TRS-80 personal computer.  I think we bought it from Radio Shack.  I can’t remember when we got it.  My guess is 1980 but it could of been … Continue reading

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Thoughts on some origins of many ridiculous attitudes of the American mentality – the ongoing effects of WWII, Cold War, and the Vietnam War era, fear, and on how the U.S. is living in the past

Here’s a thought I had: Over the years, the American mentality has become increasingly ridiculous to me (some of these attitudes are listed at the end of this article) .  To be frank, its actually embarrassing.  More than once have … Continue reading

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Thoughts on “pulling an American” – seeing the worst and making a political/legal issue out of it

I have found that many of us are getting tired of how many Americans see the worst in people and then make a political or legal issue out of it.  This is so prevalent that I often jokingly call it “pulling an … Continue reading

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Thoughts on being a “surplus human” – the importance of self-deception

Recently I recalled a joke I used to make all the time.  Though it was a joke it was actually over a serious thing.  The pattern of thought and ideas that appeared on recalling this joke were sort of interesting. … Continue reading

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The problem of the ‘Modern Originators’: ‘Modern Envy’, ‘Modern Entitlement’, ‘Entitlers’, ‘The Great Dilution’, and the ‘Modern Insufficiency Complex’

Every so often I have thoughts that I’m not sure what to make of or what they mean.  I cannot say how true they are if there is any relevence in them.  Despite this, they seem interesting enough to write down.   Here are … Continue reading

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