Monday April 11 2011

Just before 2 p.m. Waking up to the sounds of hooting and hollering throughout the house. Damn kids!

Breakfast: Banana. Organic Strawberry Pop Tart. Orange Juice. Zinc, Vitamin D.

It’s that time of the year for that stupid yellow stuff to start enveloping everything outside—bring on the allergies.

Google work.

Lunch: Grilled Cheese with Tomato. Salt n Vinegar Chips. Honey Green Tea.

Anthony and I walk to the courts for some basketball. Talking about what it’s like to be attracted to someone who isn’t attracted to you. “We all experience that feeling at some point.” We challenge two white dudes to a two-on-two basketball game. We came back from 0-5 but ended up losing 10-7.

Back at the house—cooling down. He tells me how putting on a song gives him the same relief and relaxation as someone who smokes a cigarette for the same effect.

Margot joins us along with Chance, the dog, and we take night stroll to see the prospective house by the railroad tracks.

Smoking a clove as we walk—a glorious night breeze puffing over our faces. She doesn’t like the cupping style of holding hands but prefers the interlocking instead. Fair enough.

Chilling back home—there’s more people here—sipping on a cold can of Bud.

Darren’s a talker—he’s got a strong supportive voice and a plethora of ideas. I like this guy.

Continual talks about how we’re going to get the new house permeate the room—mortgages, loans, money. It’s all a bunch of complicated mush. I just want to get this over with.

Dinner: Sun Dried Tomato Chicken with Alfredo Tortellini and Broccoli.

Newspaper route.

Drinking Iced Coffee.

A powerful and informative Coast to Coast AM show tonight—listening to Alex Jones speak, the man behind and Throughout the course of the show, Jones’s phone line is strangely cut off twice right in the middle of controversial subjects—possible phone tapping.

Learning about Genetically Modified Food (GMO) designed to reduce fertility, and fluoride, which is found in most tap water and contains radioactive isotopes, also designed to reduce fertility and decrease sperm count. Population reduction is the hidden agenda here. It’s frightening. But how else are we supposed to stamp down on over population? At least we’re not regulating how many babies a family can have like the Chinese do with their One Child Policy. Maybe that’s not a bad idea. In the bigger picture of things this all makes sense. America was built upon freedom and complete autonomy. Can you imagine having a One Child Policy here? It would never work. The government knows that and has found other ways to stunt population growth without us knowing. In my opinion, I think it’s smart. I believe in the free flow of information but not everybody is ready to hear the truth. We’re just not.

Settling down.

Sleep 7:30 a.m.

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