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Saturday, September 1, 2007

Stick to Old School Values

Hi everybody,

This is somethin that I've been pressin on all whom I know to nurture in themselves. Old School Values. Now, I know that sounds contrived ! But, people, lets shed the levity in the air and give a deeper insight into this. Stickin' to values is very important in this fast moving world of extremely dynamic cultural exploitation and exchanges. Ous valued have retrograded over the years, which is a direct consequence of the failure to keep to the Old School Values and Moral Science. Its important to stay loyal and chaste to survive, in marriage, in crime, in life.

The world is getting soft and lazy and overloaded with pussyfooters. The way most men act these days, I wonder if they were neutered or if they spent too much time nursing on mommy. The sickening whine I hear usually comes from my younger friends and nephews, who think of hardship as having to wait two minutes for a microwave to finish.

However it happened, these guys have lost what took centuries to ingrain into a man. Along with having no patience, they can't make a decision either. They stopped seeing things in black and white and because of it have paralyzed their ability to move on. Sure, some men were like this back in the day, too, but they didn't get far.

Today, being a sensitive wimp doesn't hold you back, although it definitely slows down everyone else when feelings are protected. Everyone wants to be happy all of the time, but feelings have to be hurt. If they are protected, then you get a bunch of sensitive, welfare-sucking whiners whose skin is as thin as their wallets. The best lessons learned in life stem from old-school values, and they usually only take root in a person through personal knockouts. It takes an attitude adjustment brought on by taking an ass-kicking from time to time. The first time doesn't feel so good, but getting taught the hard way is the quickest way to becoming the teacher of lessons.

They say: To forgive is divine, but unless you're a priest, forget about it. Mistakes need to be unforgiven so that others don't look at leniency as a green light for doing whatever they want. What good is a rule if it can be broken without the threat of punishment? The whole purpose of making rules is to keep people in line and bust the chops of anyone who steps out of it. In my world, there is no temporary insanity or parole. If you made a mess, adios babbo, you ain't coming back into the fold with a simple apology. And no plea from your friends or brothers will change my mind, because forgiveness softens you up for the next time. It sets a precedent that says, "Go ahead, screw up -- it's OK."

This is not the age of moderation, but I'll tell you that keeping things in perspective will help you get where you want to be. If you watch enough TV, you'll think that everyone is partying all the time, everyone is getting laid twice a day (maybe if you are a trust-fund baby, but not for anyone with a real life). The same rules apply. You work, play, sleep. That's life. Grandpa might seem like a crotchety old nag, but he's lived through the depression and war and 40 years of marriage. He's old-school.

Now. If you dont get this, Get back to School !