Brett’s life ¿Destroyed?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Turning forty my transition out of my first marriage was a healthy step with abundant negatives. My sisters had a toxic effect in my life, so I directed them in writing to stop, and stop they did. Nieces, Nephews, brother, sons and daughter suddenly felt out of reach. I had reason to feel my career was continuing to climb, but it crashed. In the couple of years that followed I was doing jobs of less pay and lower status including NYC work as a pedicab driver. I had fallen professionally from manager of corporate research and quality laboratories to cab driver. A cab with no motor. Powerful to ¿Powerless? With my first marriage loss still palpable, and my career of status became a job David died. My first-born son, David, died. Though I’m not the surviving father of a famous Parkland or Sandy Hook death, I have my story — less newsworthy through compelling. I have reason to believe Lindsey Graham’s name will be on the Kavanaugh moment more than anyone else’s, and his shouted claim, “destroy this man’s life” hit sour with me. A surviving father of a Parkland victim made headlines for saying the same. Destroying a man’s life is not synonymous with denying man a seat on the Supreme Court. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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