Tuesday, March 8, 2016

#Some lives DON'T matter.

I don't care what race, creed or color you are, if you don't respect your own life and everyone else's then your life doesn't mean a damn to me.

I get sick and tired of the 'celebrate the beauty in you' crowd telling me that all human life is precious. It isn't.

There are quite a number of people out there that not only serve no useful purpose but are a major detriment to the rest of us that want to live in peace.

If you consider your life to be precious that you really shouldn't run around stealing and assaulting other people. It can easily cost you your not so precious existince.

What? Little Johnny who was just coming around and changing his life got shot while robbing a liquor store at gunpoint?

Good! We're a lot better off without him! Bet he won't do that again! Looks like his life wasn't too precious, was it? If it was precious he wouldn't be trying to rob a liquor store.

And don't hand me that 'he was just starting to turn his life around' crap, either. If he was turning his life around he wouldn't be out robbing a liquor store. He's been somewhere else doing something constructive.

Sergeant "Smitty" Smith took out a guy that had a suicide vest on? Outstanding!

That's one more detriment to the world being we don't have to worry about. Good shooting, Smitty! Two of them in the X-ring! Keep up the good work!

The truth of the matter is that it is up to the individual to make his life precious.

You know that dumpy little guy you met that's married to that homely woman and has three kids he's trying to raise well?

He ain't got much. He busts his ass on the end of a shovel and has never done anyone any harm. His life is precious. As is the guy that fixed my furnace last year...and their wives and kids.

These guys deserve to not have someone do them any harm. So does the doctor that saved my ass a few years back. So does the guy that runs the 7-11 down the street. He's trying to live a decent life.

Incidently the guy that ran the 7-11 came here from India and has given the most precious thing he has to the country.

Every one of his four children, three sons and a daughter have served in the military. It's how they managed to get a good education. His daughter was an Air Force nurse and as a part of her contract the Air Force paid off her student loans. I think his sons did the same thing but I am not sure.

His life and the lives of his family are precious. They have contributed.

On the other hand, there are a lot of lives out there that are not worth a plugged nickel as far as I can see.

They have nobody to blame but themselves for being worthless. We are all given choices  If you choose to be detrimental to society please don't expect me to get upset and start a riot in your memory after you meet some misfortune of some sort.


Anyone ever notice that the cops never seem to beat up or shoot the guy that was carrying and armload of books to read to his blind aunt?

To find out why the blog is pink just cut and paste this: http://piccoloshash.blogspot.com/2009/12/my-feminine-side-blog-stays-pink.html NO ANIMALS WERE HARMED IN THE WRITING OF TODAY'S ESSAY

1 comment:

  1. Well said. The idea of personal responsibility has somehow been lost on a whole lot of people. I'd never considered it from this perspective. Thanks for the insight.