You Probably Don’t Believe What You Think You Believe.

Nothing illustrates the complexity of our individual differences more than politics or religion.
While it is easy to assemble under a common banner for overall purposes, each of us has a different perspective. That perspective is uniquely shaped (and ever evolving) by years of experience, personal pain and fear, and goals that we set for ourselves.

So while we can operate under a common label, organization, group, or association, it is a mistake to assume that black-and-white perspectives held by groups of which we are a part are our own positions.

They are usually applicable. Mostly believed.

But universally abdicated in certain circumstances.

Which is important to remember when it comes to business strategy. The most effective message is one of commonality — but yet individuality.  You must speak to a group but message to the individual.

Think about the last time you left a group with which you willingly associate yourself where you found yourself in distinct disagreement with the policy or perspective of the group .

The fallacy of ubiquitous group perspective is what makes a television news show appear to deliver biased information, marketing messages to seem shady and insincere, and lead consumers to believe that the organization they’re buying from “just doesn’t get it”.

It’s because life is gray. And if your strategy for marketing is black-and-white, you’re not speaking to most people.

You’re really just talking to yourself.

0 Replies to “You Probably Don’t Believe What You Think You Believe.”

  1. Dan, I just popped in too say, I quit! I’ve been walking on burning embers for six months now, fired up with ‘AWESOME! AND BROKE!’ and broke,’-) You kept an eye out. I’m a persistent man and we got here too where I wanted too be! That’s good strategy when marketing a thigh budget.
    There’s nothing like a hunger strike for getting a little attention! Dumping everything you own, lock stock and barrel from the third floor windows, then the second floor windows! ‘Lock stock and barrel’ and all the way down. When ‘they’ have defiled you just once too often. I’ve done this and more with the smaller audience of Bjärehalvön Båstad a live audience. Lars Elofsson, Moderate Party Leader in sight of his peers pronounced me courageous of civil moral standing when ‘the rest’ said I was crazy. Thomas Andersson and Margareta Bengtsson, Silent now, in this company.

    Another hero Lars Elofsson, You guys should know him he’s best at something, humanistic I would imagine, did it over there.

    They drove down in droves from Gällivare (the Swedish North Pole,’-)) and from wherever! For days! ( it would have been ‘for days on end!’ except we live on a big farm over here. Ain’t too many’us in the ‘spaces’ lots’a room, I liven on’t’Main Street an’Myihy’nebors miles away! Got no neighbors! So it’s easy keepin’a’track’n’us, )

    But it was just days and, Well! Cars in a steady stream processioned past in funeral silence.

    The media can never miss my actions, so there are many interesting interviews through the years ( Anna Hanna, TV 4. SV. Loved coming too my beautiful studio’s atmosphere and of course she knew and sympathized.) I’m quiet well documented and of course I’m a fanatical collector of memories, a camera is a lovely thing!

    Show’s over Dan,’-)) Pulling up stakes and moving out of harms way! It has been Amazing! Awesome! and Real Heavy! And I wouldn’t have ‘it’ any other way.

    If somebody can’t make money out of that I’ll eat my hat!

    And I haven’t yet begun with the most important.

    ”Nigga’ ( Nigger )He said, (New Orleans 60’s’) too John. dat’Big’ole’Nigga,there” Meaning Charlie, the dog. All women are ‘Niggas ( Niggers ) and they should get used too it.” William Lewis.

    “We find after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.”― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    “The sad ones are those who waste their energy in trying to hold it back, for they can only feel bitterness in loss and no joy in gain.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    I have always lived violently, drunk hugely, eaten too much or not at all, slept around the clock or missed two nights of sleeping, worked too hard and too long in glory, or slobbed for a time in utter laziness. I’ve lifted, pulled, chopped, climbed, made love with joy and taken my hangovers as a consequence, not as a punishment.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America

    “A sad soul can kill you quicker, far quicker, than a germ.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    I am happy to report that in the war between reality and romance, reality is not the stronger.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America

    “We value virtue but do not discuss it. The honest bookkeeper, the faithful wife, the earnest scholar get little of our attention compared to the embezzler, the tramp, the cheat.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you

    control it.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    “And finally, in our time a beard is the one thing that a woman cannot do better than a man, or if she can her success is assured only in a circus.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America ‘I claim this quote as it were my own and I promise to live in honor and act on it” William Lewis”

    William.
    PS I am of course your Temp.

    MY NOTES:
    ((Cars in a steady stream processioned past in funeral silence. ( fanral funeral funral in funeneral fuenare) (funeral) ( Dyslexia at work.) ( proscessioned ))

    Patrick, my point below is self explanatory if not there is more.

    Do not refer to me as dear all

    the upstairs battle

    Show’s over Dan, pulling up stakes and moving out of harms way! Being, Amazing! Awesome! and real heavy! and I wouldn’t have ‘it’ any other way.

    Steve old man, in Hyllie ( Malmö ) they are doing you proud best in the world ( my world ) maybe your world too good stuff dose not have too change. Hi Sarah, any simpler and I I’d be comatose.

    I’ve read this before in our first meeting I think you were listening to Charlie that morning as well, maybe you can remind me? Nasty little article I thought then and no real point except to anxiety. ‘it’ seemingly hangs in the air, smelling or rotting and you give no peace of mind ‘it’ just hangs there.

    universe!

    With a piece of clay about as big as a tennis ball I can show you what I have disscover about portraits and I will show you Micheal Anglo made Davids

    Spreading anxiety and this nasty little article and never an an

    Scott Simmerman Harvard brother dissapointed working on it

    I came here Too meat Jesus and make some money, well I haven’t made any money yet and I haven’t spent any money yet which was ‘M’s, my daughter’s requirement of me. I’m not good with money and I don’t want too be taking care of it. I’m an artist with lots of things too be getting on with and all forms of discrimination thats what I do and I’m the boss of my work. The rest is not for me.

    I said that I would ask your advice first, any time and the sooner the better, nothing gets done until then. Because you stuck with me I have regained my life you must try and get your head around that. I was wounded dude, in more ways than one and you stuck your hand out. You young man are my hero like one of my own.

    Some of this might have been the conversation in my head but I think I’ve written most of it but , well, you understand. Your the man. ”DAN THE MAN”

    William Lewis.

    With a piece of clay as big as tennis ball I can show you what I have disscovered of portraits and surface and how to reach my level of excelance or there abouts and it wouldent take but a while.

    Hi Patt’s, Welcome back from Winnipeg, has a kinda ring too it Patt’s. Winnipeg,what’s it mean Patt’s, ‘It’ was Winnipeg Patt’s?

      1. Travels with Charley: In Search of America John Steinbeck, A man after my heart, One of those old dudes that didn’t scare had the courage of his own convictions.

  2. Dan, I just popped in too say, I quit! I’ve been walking on burning embers for six months now, fired up with ‘AWESOME! AND BROKE!’ and broke,’-) You kept an eye out. I’m a persistent man and we got here too where I wanted too be! That’s good strategy when marketing a thigh budget.
    There’s nothing like a hunger strike for getting a little attention! Dumping everything you own, lock stock and barrel from the third floor windows, then the second floor windows! ‘Lock stock and barrel’ and all the way down. When ‘they’ have defiled you just once too often. I’ve done this and more with the smaller audience of Bjärehalvön Båstad a live audience. Lars Elofsson, Moderate Party Leader in sight of his peers pronounced me courageous of civil moral standing when ‘the rest’ said I was crazy. Thomas Andersson and Margareta Bengtsson, Silent now, in this company.

    Another hero Lars Elofsson, You guys should know him he’s best at something, humanistic I would imagine, did it over there.

    They drove down in droves from Gällivare (the Swedish North Pole,’-)) and from wherever! For days! ( it would have been ‘for days on end!’ except we live on a big farm over here. Ain’t too many’us in the ‘spaces’ lots’a room, I liven on’t’Main Street an’Myihy’nebors miles away! Got no neighbors! So it’s easy keepin’a’track’n’us, )

    But it was just days and, Well! Cars in a steady stream processioned past in funeral silence.

    The media can never miss my actions, so there are many interesting interviews through the years ( Anna Hanna, TV 4. SV. Loved coming too my beautiful studio’s atmosphere and of course she knew and sympathized.) I’m quiet well documented and of course I’m a fanatical collector of memories, a camera is a lovely thing!

    Show’s over Dan,’-)) Pulling up stakes and moving out of harms way! It has been Amazing! Awesome! and Real Heavy! And I wouldn’t have ‘it’ any other way.

    If somebody can’t make money out of that I’ll eat my hat!

    And I haven’t yet begun with the most important.

    ”Nigga’ ( Nigger )He said, (New Orleans 60’s’) too John. dat’Big’ole’Nigga,there” Meaning Charlie, the dog. All women are ‘Niggas ( Niggers ) and they should get used too it.” William Lewis.

    “We find after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.”― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    “The sad ones are those who waste their energy in trying to hold it back, for they can only feel bitterness in loss and no joy in gain.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    I have always lived violently, drunk hugely, eaten too much or not at all, slept around the clock or missed two nights of sleeping, worked too hard and too long in glory, or slobbed for a time in utter laziness. I’ve lifted, pulled, chopped, climbed, made love with joy and taken my hangovers as a consequence, not as a punishment.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America

    “A sad soul can kill you quicker, far quicker, than a germ.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    I am happy to report that in the war between reality and romance, reality is not the stronger.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America

    “We value virtue but do not discuss it. The honest bookkeeper, the faithful wife, the earnest scholar get little of our attention compared to the embezzler, the tramp, the cheat.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you

    control it.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    “And finally, in our time a beard is the one thing that a woman cannot do better than a man, or if she can her success is assured only in a circus.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America ‘I claim this quote as it were my own and I promise to live in honor and act on it” William Lewis”

    William.
    PS I am of course your Temp.

    MY NOTES:
    ((Cars in a steady stream processioned past in funeral silence. ( fanral funeral funral in funeneral fuenare) (funeral) ( Dyslexia at work.) ( proscessioned ))

    Patrick, my point below is self explanatory if not there is more.

    Do not refer to me as dear all

    the upstairs battle

    Show’s over Dan, pulling up stakes and moving out of harms way! Being, Amazing! Awesome! and real heavy! and I wouldn’t have ‘it’ any other way.

    Steve old man, in Hyllie ( Malmö ) they are doing you proud best in the world ( my world ) maybe your world too good stuff dose not have too change. Hi Sarah, any simpler and I I’d be comatose.

    I’ve read this before in our first meeting I think you were listening to Charlie that morning as well, maybe you can remind me? Nasty little article I thought then and no real point except to anxiety. ‘it’ seemingly hangs in the air, smelling or rotting and you give no peace of mind ‘it’ just hangs there.

    universe!

    With a piece of clay about as big as a tennis ball I can show you what I have disscover about portraits and I will show you Micheal Anglo made Davids

    Spreading anxiety and this nasty little article and never an an

    Scott Simmerman Harvard brother dissapointed working on it

    I came here Too meat Jesus and make some money, well I haven’t made any money yet and I haven’t spent any money yet which was ‘M’s, my daughter’s requirement of me. I’m not good with money and I don’t want too be taking care of it. I’m an artist with lots of things too be getting on with and all forms of discrimination thats what I do and I’m the boss of my work. The rest is not for me.

    I said that I would ask your advice first, any time and the sooner the better, nothing gets done until then. Because you stuck with me I have regained my life you must try and get your head around that. I was wounded dude, in more ways than one and you stuck your hand out. You young man are my hero like one of my own.

    Some of this might have been the conversation in my head but I think I’ve written most of it but , well, you understand. Your the man. ”DAN THE MAN”

    William Lewis.

    With a piece of clay as big as tennis ball I can show you what I have disscovered of portraits and surface and how to reach my level of excelance or there abouts and it wouldent take but a while.

    Hi Patt’s, Welcome back from Winnipeg, has a kinda ring too it Patt’s. Winnipeg,what’s it mean Patt’s, ‘It’ was Winnipeg Patt’s?

      1. Travels with Charley: In Search of America John Steinbeck, A man after my heart, One of those old dudes that didn’t scare had the courage of his own convictions.

  3. Dan, I just popped in too say, I quit! I’ve been walking on burning embers for six months now, fired up with ‘AWESOME! AND BROKE!’ and broke,’-) You kept an eye out. I’m a persistent man and we got here too where I wanted too be! That’s good strategy when marketing a thigh budget.
    There’s nothing like a hunger strike for getting a little attention! Dumping everything you own, lock stock and barrel from the third floor windows, then the second floor windows! ‘Lock stock and barrel’ and all the way down. When ‘they’ have defiled you just once too often. I’ve done this and more with the smaller audience of Bjärehalvön Båstad a live audience. Lars Elofsson, Moderate Party Leader in sight of his peers pronounced me courageous of civil moral standing when ‘the rest’ said I was crazy. Thomas Andersson and Margareta Bengtsson, Silent now, in this company.

    Another hero Lars Elofsson, You guys should know him he’s best at something, humanistic I would imagine, did it over there.

    They drove down in droves from Gällivare (the Swedish North Pole,’-)) and from wherever! For days! ( it would have been ‘for days on end!’ except we live on a big farm over here. Ain’t too many’us in the ‘spaces’ lots’a room, I liven on’t’Main Street an’Myihy’nebors miles away! Got no neighbors! So it’s easy keepin’a’track’n’us, )

    But it was just days and, Well! Cars in a steady stream processioned past in funeral silence.

    The media can never miss my actions, so there are many interesting interviews through the years ( Anna Hanna, TV 4. SV. Loved coming too my beautiful studio’s atmosphere and of course she knew and sympathized.) I’m quiet well documented and of course I’m a fanatical collector of memories, a camera is a lovely thing!

    Show’s over Dan,’-)) Pulling up stakes and moving out of harms way! It has been Amazing! Awesome! and Real Heavy! And I wouldn’t have ‘it’ any other way.

    If somebody can’t make money out of that I’ll eat my hat!

    And I haven’t yet begun with the most important.

    ”Nigga’ ( Nigger )He said, (New Orleans 60’s’) too John. dat’Big’ole’Nigga,there” Meaning Charlie, the dog. All women are ‘Niggas ( Niggers ) and they should get used too it.” William Lewis.

    “We find after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.”― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    “The sad ones are those who waste their energy in trying to hold it back, for they can only feel bitterness in loss and no joy in gain.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    I have always lived violently, drunk hugely, eaten too much or not at all, slept around the clock or missed two nights of sleeping, worked too hard and too long in glory, or slobbed for a time in utter laziness. I’ve lifted, pulled, chopped, climbed, made love with joy and taken my hangovers as a consequence, not as a punishment.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America

    “A sad soul can kill you quicker, far quicker, than a germ.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    I am happy to report that in the war between reality and romance, reality is not the stronger.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America

    “We value virtue but do not discuss it. The honest bookkeeper, the faithful wife, the earnest scholar get little of our attention compared to the embezzler, the tramp, the cheat.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you

    control it.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    “And finally, in our time a beard is the one thing that a woman cannot do better than a man, or if she can her success is assured only in a circus.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America ‘I claim this quote as it were my own and I promise to live in honor and act on it” William Lewis”

    William.
    PS I am of course your Temp.

    MY NOTES:
    ((Cars in a steady stream processioned past in funeral silence. ( fanral funeral funral in funeneral fuenare) (funeral) ( Dyslexia at work.) ( proscessioned ))

    Patrick, my point below is self explanatory if not there is more.

    Do not refer to me as dear all

    the upstairs battle

    Show’s over Dan, pulling up stakes and moving out of harms way! Being, Amazing! Awesome! and real heavy! and I wouldn’t have ‘it’ any other way.

    Steve old man, in Hyllie ( Malmö ) they are doing you proud best in the world ( my world ) maybe your world too good stuff dose not have too change. Hi Sarah, any simpler and I I’d be comatose.

    I’ve read this before in our first meeting I think you were listening to Charlie that morning as well, maybe you can remind me? Nasty little article I thought then and no real point except to anxiety. ‘it’ seemingly hangs in the air, smelling or rotting and you give no peace of mind ‘it’ just hangs there.

    universe!

    With a piece of clay about as big as a tennis ball I can show you what I have disscover about portraits and I will show you Micheal Anglo made Davids

    Spreading anxiety and this nasty little article and never an an

    Scott Simmerman Harvard brother dissapointed working on it

    I came here Too meat Jesus and make some money, well I haven’t made any money yet and I haven’t spent any money yet which was ‘M’s, my daughter’s requirement of me. I’m not good with money and I don’t want too be taking care of it. I’m an artist with lots of things too be getting on with and all forms of discrimination thats what I do and I’m the boss of my work. The rest is not for me.

    I said that I would ask your advice first, any time and the sooner the better, nothing gets done until then. Because you stuck with me I have regained my life you must try and get your head around that. I was wounded dude, in more ways than one and you stuck your hand out. You young man are my hero like one of my own.

    Some of this might have been the conversation in my head but I think I’ve written most of it but , well, you understand. Your the man. ”DAN THE MAN”

    William Lewis.

    With a piece of clay as big as tennis ball I can show you what I have disscovered of portraits and surface and how to reach my level of excelance or there abouts and it wouldent take but a while.

    Hi Patt’s, Welcome back from Winnipeg, has a kinda ring too it Patt’s. Winnipeg,what’s it mean Patt’s, ‘It’ was Winnipeg Patt’s?

      1. Travels with Charley: In Search of America John Steinbeck, A man after my heart, One of those old dudes that didn’t scare had the courage of his own convictions.

  4. Dan, I just popped in too say, I quit! I’ve been walking on burning embers for six months now, fired up with ‘AWESOME! AND BROKE!’ and broke,’-) You kept an eye out. I’m a persistent man and we got here too where I wanted too be! That’s good strategy when marketing a thigh budget.
    There’s nothing like a hunger strike for getting a little attention! Dumping everything you own, lock stock and barrel from the third floor windows, then the second floor windows! ‘Lock stock and barrel’ and all the way down. When ‘they’ have defiled you just once too often. I’ve done this and more with the smaller audience of Bjärehalvön Båstad a live audience. Lars Elofsson, Moderate Party Leader in sight of his peers pronounced me courageous of civil moral standing when ‘the rest’ said I was crazy. Thomas Andersson and Margareta Bengtsson, Silent now, in this company.

    Another hero Lars Elofsson, You guys should know him he’s best at something, humanistic I would imagine, did it over there.

    They drove down in droves from Gällivare (the Swedish North Pole,’-)) and from wherever! For days! ( it would have been ‘for days on end!’ except we live on a big farm over here. Ain’t too many’us in the ‘spaces’ lots’a room, I liven on’t’Main Street an’Myihy’nebors miles away! Got no neighbors! So it’s easy keepin’a’track’n’us, )

    But it was just days and, Well! Cars in a steady stream processioned past in funeral silence.

    The media can never miss my actions, so there are many interesting interviews through the years ( Anna Hanna, TV 4. SV. Loved coming too my beautiful studio’s atmosphere and of course she knew and sympathized.) I’m quiet well documented and of course I’m a fanatical collector of memories, a camera is a lovely thing!

    Show’s over Dan,’-)) Pulling up stakes and moving out of harms way! It has been Amazing! Awesome! and Real Heavy! And I wouldn’t have ‘it’ any other way.

    If somebody can’t make money out of that I’ll eat my hat!

    And I haven’t yet begun with the most important.

    ”Nigga’ ( Nigger )He said, (New Orleans 60’s’) too John. dat’Big’ole’Nigga,there” Meaning Charlie, the dog. All women are ‘Niggas ( Niggers ) and they should get used too it.” William Lewis.

    “We find after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.”― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    “The sad ones are those who waste their energy in trying to hold it back, for they can only feel bitterness in loss and no joy in gain.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    I have always lived violently, drunk hugely, eaten too much or not at all, slept around the clock or missed two nights of sleeping, worked too hard and too long in glory, or slobbed for a time in utter laziness. I’ve lifted, pulled, chopped, climbed, made love with joy and taken my hangovers as a consequence, not as a punishment.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America

    “A sad soul can kill you quicker, far quicker, than a germ.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    I am happy to report that in the war between reality and romance, reality is not the stronger.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America

    “We value virtue but do not discuss it. The honest bookkeeper, the faithful wife, the earnest scholar get little of our attention compared to the embezzler, the tramp, the cheat.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you

    control it.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

    “And finally, in our time a beard is the one thing that a woman cannot do better than a man, or if she can her success is assured only in a circus.”

    ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America ‘I claim this quote as it were my own and I promise to live in honor and act on it” William Lewis”

    William.
    PS I am of course your Temp.

    MY NOTES:
    ((Cars in a steady stream processioned past in funeral silence. ( fanral funeral funral in funeneral fuenare) (funeral) ( Dyslexia at work.) ( proscessioned ))

    Patrick, my point below is self explanatory if not there is more.

    Do not refer to me as dear all

    the upstairs battle

    Show’s over Dan, pulling up stakes and moving out of harms way! Being, Amazing! Awesome! and real heavy! and I wouldn’t have ‘it’ any other way.

    Steve old man, in Hyllie ( Malmö ) they are doing you proud best in the world ( my world ) maybe your world too good stuff dose not have too change. Hi Sarah, any simpler and I I’d be comatose.

    I’ve read this before in our first meeting I think you were listening to Charlie that morning as well, maybe you can remind me? Nasty little article I thought then and no real point except to anxiety. ‘it’ seemingly hangs in the air, smelling or rotting and you give no peace of mind ‘it’ just hangs there.

    universe!

    With a piece of clay about as big as a tennis ball I can show you what I have disscover about portraits and I will show you Micheal Anglo made Davids

    Spreading anxiety and this nasty little article and never an an

    Scott Simmerman Harvard brother dissapointed working on it

    I came here Too meat Jesus and make some money, well I haven’t made any money yet and I haven’t spent any money yet which was ‘M’s, my daughter’s requirement of me. I’m not good with money and I don’t want too be taking care of it. I’m an artist with lots of things too be getting on with and all forms of discrimination thats what I do and I’m the boss of my work. The rest is not for me.

    I said that I would ask your advice first, any time and the sooner the better, nothing gets done until then. Because you stuck with me I have regained my life you must try and get your head around that. I was wounded dude, in more ways than one and you stuck your hand out. You young man are my hero like one of my own.

    Some of this might have been the conversation in my head but I think I’ve written most of it but , well, you understand. Your the man. ”DAN THE MAN”

    William Lewis.

    With a piece of clay as big as tennis ball I can show you what I have disscovered of portraits and surface and how to reach my level of excelance or there abouts and it wouldent take but a while.

    Hi Patt’s, Welcome back from Winnipeg, has a kinda ring too it Patt’s. Winnipeg,what’s it mean Patt’s, ‘It’ was Winnipeg Patt’s?

      1. Travels with Charley: In Search of America John Steinbeck, A man after my heart, One of those old dudes that didn’t scare had the courage of his own convictions.

  5. ”DAN THE MAN”YOU SHOW REAL COURAGE DUDE AND I OWE YOU MY LIFE. AND, I’M NOT ONE TOO BULL*?**, GIVE THE BLARNY OR FORGET A FRIEND.

    I’m tired of discrimination,. How? When I look at my daughter across Ellie who sits between us on the floor and think that Anni my first child will go through life a second-class citizen. She knows more than I in all but years a doctor of medicine because she loves her work and is fascinated of possibilities to come. I don’t know how to accept this. Yesterday, I said all women are ‘Niggas’ ( Niggers) John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America, I will hastily add inspired me to compare one to another and drive home the message in the most hurtful unkind way possible. I have been treated in this fashion for many years now so I speak from experience in a society which proclaims itself free and fails miserably in these matters.

  6. ”DAN THE MAN”YOU SHOW REAL COURAGE DUDE AND I OWE YOU MY LIFE. AND, I’M NOT ONE TOO BULL*?**, GIVE THE BLARNY OR FORGET A FRIEND.

    I’m tired of discrimination,. How? When I look at my daughter across Ellie who sits between us on the floor and think that Anni my first child will go through life a second-class citizen. She knows more than I in all but years a doctor of medicine because she loves her work and is fascinated of possibilities to come. I don’t know how to accept this. Yesterday, I said all women are ‘Niggas’ ( Niggers) John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America, I will hastily add inspired me to compare one to another and drive home the message in the most hurtful unkind way possible. I have been treated in this fashion for many years now so I speak from experience in a society which proclaims itself free and fails miserably in these matters.

  7. ”DAN THE MAN”YOU SHOW REAL COURAGE DUDE AND I OWE YOU MY LIFE. AND, I’M NOT ONE TOO BULL*?**, GIVE THE BLARNY OR FORGET A FRIEND.

    I’m tired of discrimination,. How? When I look at my daughter across Ellie who sits between us on the floor and think that Anni my first child will go through life a second-class citizen. She knows more than I in all but years a doctor of medicine because she loves her work and is fascinated of possibilities to come. I don’t know how to accept this. Yesterday, I said all women are ‘Niggas’ ( Niggers) John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America, I will hastily add inspired me to compare one to another and drive home the message in the most hurtful unkind way possible. I have been treated in this fashion for many years now so I speak from experience in a society which proclaims itself free and fails miserably in these matters.

  8. ”DAN THE MAN”YOU SHOW REAL COURAGE DUDE AND I OWE YOU MY LIFE. AND, I’M NOT ONE TOO BULL*?**, GIVE THE BLARNY OR FORGET A FRIEND.

    I’m tired of discrimination,. How? When I look at my daughter across Ellie who sits between us on the floor and think that Anni my first child will go through life a second-class citizen. She knows more than I in all but years a doctor of medicine because she loves her work and is fascinated of possibilities to come. I don’t know how to accept this. Yesterday, I said all women are ‘Niggas’ ( Niggers) John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America, I will hastily add inspired me to compare one to another and drive home the message in the most hurtful unkind way possible. I have been treated in this fashion for many years now so I speak from experience in a society which proclaims itself free and fails miserably in these matters.

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