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I guess the man next door is here to stay. I was on my way out and didn’t see his car parked in front of his apartment. I saw his car parked by the front entrance of the parking lot. A woman was in the car. It must be his wife. I guess she brings him food and clean clothes. She’s a Burnett, thin, with a pony tail turned into a bun thing. I thought he wasn’t home, but fate has been on my side lately. Every time I step out of my apartment, just because I feel the need to go outside, instincts, I guess, there’s been something rotten going on. Someone is standing outside my apartment and trying to hit me with his phone; or I catch them throwing something in front of my door; or someone is in his car trying to shoot pesticide into my apartment. I don’t go around being paranoid, I let my body do the speaking. It works. I always catch the miscreants. And they often try to act very nonchalant; to act as if they’re just looking at their phone, or doing something else, but I know what they’re up to. I can tell by their body language. I’m very much into body language. I became a fan of body language when I was 16 years old. I found a book in the library on body language and ever since then I’ve read over hundreds of books on the subject. And believe me, it’s come in handy. Sometimes the body speaks volumes. Sometimes more than speech. Put the two together, and you’re in like flint. You can read anyone.
I must admit this week, I’ve not taken care of myself. I guess I’m just tired. I usually take a shower every day, but this week, I didn’t have the energy. I could barely crawl out of bed. So instead of a shower a day, it’s been three showers. I feel as if I haven’t bathe in weeks. But I go through periods like this and eventually I get back to my normal routine. It’s been harder this week because now I have a lot more people surrounding me and being more vicious than ever. I just have to find what’s going to work best for this period in my life and change whatever I have to change. It’s been an experimental week. I haven’t found what’s going to work with the added man next door. But I will.
I’ve been in this apartment less than two years. In that time, I’ve bought three fans. They broke the last one this week. It still works, but it doesn’t stand up straight. If I don’t set it up against a wall or prod(?) it against something, it comes tumbling down. More money wasted.
The other day I stated that I will vote for Ron Paul. Ron Paul probably won’t get on the ballot, but I’m voting for him anyway. I intend to write his name in. If you believe in the Constitution, you may want to vote for Ron Paul. He may come across as some crazy, old man, but believe me, there’s nothing crazy about him. He believes in following what the Constitution stands for. And so do I.
Ron Paul believes that if we follow what the Constitution stands for, the United States will remain a free country. If we mess with the Constitution, we’re all going to lose our freedoms. I know what it feels like to lose my freedom, so what he says makes a lot of sense to me. Ron Paul has stated that if he’s elected President, he will do away with the Patriot Act, and a lot of other acts which have made a lot of us less free. He believes in not getting us into another war, nor being the country that’s always going to some country’s aid every time there’s an uprising somewhere. Nothing in the Constitution says the United States has to be the world’s watch dog. Nothing. He also doesn’t believe in getting involved in religious issues. He believes what it says in the Constitution — everyone practice his/her religion as they see fit (1st amendment right – freedom of religion). And this is the way he thinks about most things. Stick with the Constitution, don’t mess around with it. So learn what Ron Paul is about. You will appreciate what he stands for.
Go Ron Paul! Go Ron Paul! Vote for Ron Paul for President.
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