Monday, August 26, 2013

Life would be so much easier if everyone would just ride the train

I know that's a bit socialistic and collectivistic, but so many people don't know how to handle "having liberties" properly.
They end up "taking over" everything and hampering the rights of others.

But that's not what I'm "invading" the cyberspaces about this time around.
I'm here to spout off about the habit those-in-charge have lately of changing the MEDICARE drug prescription plan every two to three years.
What's the deal here already?  Have they never heard the adage THERE'S ONLY ONE WAY TO MAKE SILVER AND ONLY ONE WAY TO MAKE GOLD?
...or its modern-day counterpart:  GOD-DAMN-IT, JUST FIGURE OUT WHAT WORKS AND STICK WITH IT!!!

I think it's just another "power-and-control obsessive" game those-in-charge like to play with us "lesser" types.  They seem to think we're just serfs and pawns, created by God simply for their own amusement to be played with like some kind of Barbie wind-up toy.
I really believe that's all they think of most of us.

Change should only be implemented either out of necessity or for the purpose of enhancing and improving.

Quote of the day:
Real-life situations are usually the infusions of various arbitrary nuances occurring in impromptu manners.
And most conflicts involve incompatible divergencies more so than they are about right or wrong or about morals.

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