June 12, 2015
Ah, yes. True Tales in the Street.
There once was this weird kid on my street who creeped everybody out – friends, family, guests, hot chicks and people of all ages who saw him – I mean everybody. He was a chubster – and Pugsley look-a-like; it became my nickname for him.
He’d ride his bike up and down, up and down and up the sidewalk, aimlessly for hours on end, furiously peddling nowhere, muttering to himself like an ADD Ritalin Ranger, sprinkling Creep Juice all over the pavement.
Up and down he went for years on end. No friends. Disturbed – like ….
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November 11, 2014
If it seems like every big shot in BIGov is now a MINO… umm, it’s because it is.
They are so rife, I could cop-out and make the entire publication schedule for Eradica devoted to documenting just their proliferation. (If the words are too big, borrow a dictionary from your neighbor in the trailerpark).
Jonathan Gruber designed ObamaCare. He is Hahvahd Graduate Elite. He “teaches” at yet another Ivy League university (MIT) and spreads his …
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February 4, 2014
Most wns today lack it. It overcomes every fear, the pain of training – everything; when present, it literally leaps off the page.
The superbowl is an example. Millions of Murkans will expend their emotional energy and their valuable time watching other people become champions. Why not become a champion yourself?
One must develop a will to win that is supernatural. Obsession, so that nothing else in life matters. There’s a selfishness that says:
I am the most important person in this world. What others do is irrelevant to me.”
Murkans are not yet selfish enough! Fuck the miggers! Let them starve. I’m going to help mine and to hell with the rest. That’s the attitude we want.
It helps to see it. Steve Michalik was the most intense trainer of his time. There is unfortunately no…
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December 30, 2013
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…and the trial is never over.
You have to prove yourself everyday.
There is no security in this world. Life is chaos. You can plan, but plan knowing things often go to pot. Then you improvise. One has to make a friend of risk and uncertainty. The compulsive need for control turns one into a monster, like the USG is now.
Every skill is perishable. It doesn’t matter how good you were. I can already see that I’ll have to train the rest of my life to become and remain proficient at wn.
To be confident, you have to know you’re good. The only way to know that is by doing it, over and over.
“You know what to do.” The thing you need to do is already known to you. It’s different for each of us, because we all have different skills. But the training and preparation are for everyone. You hold yourself back more than any enemy could.
There are so many things to train. The senses, balance, smoothness of execution, patience, having no ego, anticipation, controlling fear. The discipline of preparation itself.
If a fool persists in his folly, he becomes wise. Most people fail to get what they want because they do not fail enough. The best way to learn is to make mistakes.
This movie has all the answers. One is taught according to one’s fitness to learn.