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  •  He's right I am a scammer, a fraud. (1+ / 0-)
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    My life is not worth the million+ dollars I've collected as everyone I knew would probably agree. Just didn't work hard enough and made too many bad decisions, that's all. Now I'm not dying fast enough and too chicken to end it.

    After thirty years of sobriety I'm thinking about going out on a big bender. It'll be cheap, effective, and no one will notice except my liver. Maybe the local paper will take note and call me the transient in the ditch. Hello, goodbye :-).

    This was supposed to be sarcasm, now not sure. I mean really people, a million dollars? For what? Mad woman clicking? Don't answer.

    •  hang in there (1+ / 0-)
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      I am Somebody!
      I am Somebody!
      I may be poor,
      But I am Somebody.
      I may be young,
      But I am Somebody.
      I may be on welfare,
      But I am Somebody.
      I may be small,
      But I am Somebody.
      I may have made mistakes,
      But I am Somebody.
      My clothes are different,
      My face is different,
      My hair is different,
      But I am Somebody.
      I am black,
      Brown, or white.
      I speak a different language
      But I must be respected,
      Never rejected.
      I am God’s child!

      --Reverend William H. Borders, Sr.

      "The true strength of our nation comes not from the might of our arms or the scale of our wealth, but from the enduring power of our ideals." - Barack Obama

      by HeyMikey on Tue May 27, 2014 at 02:58:10 PM PDT

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