10,000 thoughtless moments

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« A man I know from high school reemerged on facebook about the time other fellow classmates did. Crazy I’m friends with a thoughtful, skilled writer who is also a political conservative and social conservative. His name is Tom, and he writes for a politically conservative org. I picked apart his text on the protest started by Colin Kaepernick, and extracted: ONE: matter of common courtesy TWO: breeding division THREE: pampered millionaires FOUR: etiquette FIVE: Rocco 10,000 times Municipal Stadium SIX: precisely opposed to the one expressed by Scotti

SEVEN: fortunately for Scotti, he never had to deal with EIGHT: grateful to be American NINE: I’d rather not contemplate. MY REACTION: Tom speaks of common courtesy, etiquette, and Rocco singing the same song 10,000 times, and Tom closed with I’d rather not contemplate. I have good reason to believe if I have the attention of Tom he’ll react to my misinterpretation of his words, which is what I’m trying hard not to do. I am trying to feature Tom’s words rather than twisting his words. Tom prefers thoughtless regime to fresh contemplation prompted by Colin. Colin has bought Tom and I to this same thoughtful moment with Tom in Ohio and me in New Jersey (NYC at the moment). If Tom and I had been honoring etiquette and tradition for the recent decades at Municipal Stadium (demoed I know) we might be together for one of the ten thousand times Rocco sang, and I would not feel unified with him as I do now. Tom described Colin and Rocco as precise opposites, but neither man has been precise on this subject. Colin has pressured me at this moment and Tom when he wrote to express himself precisely, which makes me feel closer to Tom than 10,000 thoughtless anythings. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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