My way of thinking is different. I am unique in what I personally believe and sometimes my obsession and passion turns people away. My intention is to be me, and not to be offensive, but occasionally I come accross as ignorant or narcissistic or something else and I apologize early for… absolutely NOTHING! I will not apologize for being who I honestly am, nor would I expect you to apologize for your uniqueness. Be true, be honest, be who you think you should rightfully be. Only apologize if you are absolutely incorrect factually or otherwise. But, be careful, reserved, and suspicious of others all the while.
I am a passionate guy and I have my opinions and beliefs and that is okay. We can all be respectful of each other.
I recorded a live broadcast earlier today. Talked about many things. NSFW audio. Listen here.
I watched the piece on 60 Minutes about Bill and Melinda Gates showering monies on so-called “low-income” students and was angered and frustrated by the stupidity of the whole thing.
First off, Bill Gates is a big liberal hypocrite. He dropped-out of Harvard to found his monopoly corporation and thinks that all kids should complete college when he did not? I suggest students stay away from college. I oppose going to college. College is a waste of time and money and effort. One can learn much more by applying oneself through real-life experiences.
So, my point is, do not trust billionaires, they did not earn their monies honestly.
Furthermore, I also seek a person willing to be able to laugh at life. By that I mean, do not take offense at anything. Sexual harassment is not a real thing and will be encouraged. Verbal harassment is also common. In fact, all forms of “harassment” are fully tolerated and encouraged. I am not one to file lawsuits. In fact, I oppose most every lawsuit. If you need to resolve something, resolve it yourself. Do not call upon others to do your dirty work. I want real people to work with me.
My formula has always been, in the words of former coach and player Mike Singletary, “we go out and hit people in the mouth.” Be not afraid to express yourself and your opinion, for the First Amendment lives and breathes freely at WJR Audio Design!