When trying to start a conversation with someone you would like to get along with, do not start out by legitimately saying something they feel strongly about, or compassionately about stupid… that is all.
So many people say that you should “be proud to be an American” that people fought for your freedom, but to be an American to me seems like you steal, kill, and lie to get to the top, hurting anyone in your way, and because of this I can’t say I’m an American, nor do I strive to be.
Perhaps this is why my friends and I stick out so much, because none of us fit into the mold that is “an American”, and we’re proud of it, so why can’t all of you be proud of us for being happy with ourselves?
Been talking to people and I just realized that I offer to let people blame me for things that isn’t my fault so that they can feel better, if my friend needed I let them blame me and get angry enough to punch me in the face so long as they felt better after, not to say I wouldn’t flinch, but I’d let them. But there are a few people that I care about what they think, very few people, but I do care what they think, and when they think ill of me I feel awful and can barely sleep till I think I’ve fixed whats wrong with me, and if I keep this up that means that if they actually blame me for something that isn’t my fault, and I let them then I’ll feel awful just to make them feel better, I’ve done it before, and even though it doesn’t seem that productive for me I never hesitate to do it again. >,< Whats a guy to do, *laughs* I guess I’ll just have to learn to roll with the punches better, and to my friends, I’ll always be there guys(and gals) so if you need me just call me, and I’ll do whatever I can to help, but I’m sure you already know that.
His name was Robert Paulson