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Friday, August 11, 2017
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
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Maybe, when one says “it was meant to be,” it means that because of your actions the outcome was the result. To me that makes better sense, than something that has already been written or meant for you without any choices. You following?
Anyway, destiny is an outcome of choices. I believe that some of those choices lead people to their fate, meaning that they made bad choices and something bad happened to them because of their choices.
If you ever say that God knows what is going to happen, I will argue with you. If God knows the future, why doesn’t he stop the pain and suffering that spreads throughout our planet. It’s BS! I have also heard that God knows the future but he still gives you free will; he just knows what you are going to choose, but he does not want to interfere. I guess that is a better way to explain it. Still, knowing the future is saying that everyone's lives is already played out.
People’s actions affect the future and choices are always present by the gazillions in a day for one person. So, to know the future, is just BS for me!
Because, if the future is predictable, exactly, then our lives have been written out for us, and it does not matter if you are good or evil. I believe people chose their lives. Anyway... What do you think?
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
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Monday, August 7, 2017
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Parents that give kids everything and do not put them to work are the worst parents ever. Now, giving your kids everything or a lot of things that one did not have as a kid is a great thing. However, kids need to learn that those things are deserved.
Again, some parents think they are the best parents in the world because they give their kids everything without any repercussions. Also, laziness must not be tolerated at any level. I am not saying to never let your kids rest! What I am saying to have chores for them. When they accomplish those things weekly or daily, they see why they have a cell phone, laptops, and awesome cable at home.
They see why parents will help them with their first car or help them with college. Take note that if you don't have money for your kids to go to college, do not be ashamed. Kids grow into adults and should be able to take care of themselves when the fly the nest. This would include paying for their own college through loans and grants. Heck, they can even get damn job, like I did!!
Anyway, stop doing everything for your kids! Let them handle their problems. Give them chores. Your kids are not royalty. If you raise them that way, they will be inept at just about everything. Do not teach them to spend money to have everything done for them. They need to learn basic skills to survive.
Book smarts only helps with titles and certificates. Intuition needs to be developed in other to progress in life. Also, don't spend a lot of money on sports or activities. Otherwise, they won't see that as a social event. Kick them out of the goddamn house for a change!! If they choose to stay indoor all day, give them chores. Keep them active!!!!!!
Shit, back in the days, people had kids to help in the farm, or help out the family. What the fuck happened!
Sunday, August 6, 2017
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If I had to invent a time machine, I would not invent one that would require to travel at fast speeds. For example, in the movie Back to the Future, a DeLorean car is converted into a time machine, and it has to go at 80-something miles per hour in order to jump through time.
I would totally avoid that method. You know why? Well, if you are traveling at 80-something-mph and jump through time, you might run into a wall in the future or the past. Yes, run into a wall that was not there during your present time.
In fact, in the movie when Michael J. Fox takes the DeLorean through time, he actually runs into a scarecrow in the middle of a farm and then into the barn house. Later in the movie, he also runs into the movie theater. Well, if you saw the movie you would know what I'm talking about.
Worse yet, you can appear in the middle of a crowd with your 80-something-miles-per-hour DeLorean, and kill a boat load of people. Think about it!
If it was up to me, I’d do it just like Stewie from Family Guy. A steady time machine that will most likely not present any danger when jumping through time. Well, the only danger is to actually appear inside of a person or animal, which would be messy.
Anyway, how would you do it?
Saturday, August 5, 2017
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If you were in a time traveling machine that needed excess speed to actually time travel, like the car from the movie Back to the Future, and you accidentally hit someone, killing the person, in the process of time traveling, would you go to the authorities or simple flee the scene?
Remember, you have a time machine, so you can just jump out of that time zone, if you accidentally hit someone while jumping through time.
For example, you are in 2015 in the middle of a farm, and you decide to take the time machine for a spin.
So, you start accelerating, traveling at high speeds, then the machine jumps time to the year 2555, and now you are in the middle of a metropolitan.
Right when you appear, you hit someone and kill them!
Would you stick around to answer the authorities of that time or would you leave? If you choose the latter, would you feel guilty? Would it matter?