Thoughts to Ponder

With all due respect to my many Facebook friends, please accept these as my personal opinions only and in no way is intended to condemn any individual or a position a person may possess. For the next six months, I will be mainly concentrating on attempting to get as many Democratic candidates elected as possible. Therefore, please refrain from sending me requests to play, “Solitaire in Wonderland,” “Worlds of wonder,” “Buggle,” “Lucky slots,” “Puzzle charms,” “Birthdays,” “Diamond dash,” “Press your luck,” “Casino star,” “Criminal case,” “Candy crush,” “Farm heroes saga,” and finally (thank God), “Coasterville.” None of these games interest me and until such time as Facebook creates the “NSA Sex Poker crush press in wonderland,” I will never be a participant. This most humble request of mine will save at least 50 to 60 of you time each month by removing me from the playlist.

Furthermore, I have never watched a movie 100 times and therefore cannot participate in your requests to name such a movie. However, if I live to be 105, I could probably make the list and will tell you in advance, it’s the Wizard of Oz. For the next 50 years, you can relax.

Lastly, and this irks me the most. If you are not going to like my page, don’t ask me to like yours. I typically agree to every friends request to like their page but check back one week later to see if they have liked mine. Unfortunately, I end up removing my like approximately 70% of the time.

So if you’re wondering exactly what interest I have and what I stand for, I’ll offer you the following:

Protecting the rights of women to make their own choices and decisions regarding their sexuality and personal beliefs. And equal pay for equal work.

Protecting the rights of people to vote against the anarchists who hide behind the fist of religion and godliness.

Ensuring that no one dies because they do not have access to proper health care.

Protecting the rights of minorities

Ensuring our veterans have proper health care and are provided jobs upon their return. After all, many of the jobs driven overseas occurred as a result of federal government policies and therefore the federal government owes the people something in return. Sorry for the additional commentary.

Creating jobs

PS: in 1980, I wrote in a publication about the four experiences you can never get back. A few years later I added a fifth experience. And in 1996 two others were added. I have listed these for you below. Please be aware that my name is not Anonymous.

Seven experiences you can never get back.

1. Words after they have been spoken.

2. A stone after it has been thrown.

3. A moment or occasion after it has passed.

4. A person after they have passed.

5. Time once it has passed.

6. Betrayal after it has transpired.

7. A lie after it has been spoken.


RJ Intindola