Sunday, March 11, 2012

If you're a control freak, admit it rather than be like an idiot.

       So I had this biographical mixed with spewing, unleashing, mind wandering off the   cuff thing in mind.  I'll just try to write what I'm thinking at the moment, whether it makes any sense of not.  I don't really care who my audience is, however if you're a child, I guess you should not be here.  This is MY page, my blog, my own little world where I will say what I want due to MY OWN REASONS for MY OWN PURPOSES (be they sarcasm, infomative, humor, venting, etc.) and leave it up to the audience members to figure out those reasons and purposes on their own or address questions to me and endure the discussion. 
     Please don't make a liar, or an idiot, or both (unless you just enjoy doing that) out of yourself by trying to put words into my mouth or thoughts into my head.  Don't say stupid stuff that can give your control freakishness away, unless, of course, you are a control freak and you enjoy being a control freak (at least admit it explicitly).  How do you put words into someone else's mouth (lecture time)?  Here are some examples of how this is often done:
* He said, "blah blah blah."
* He was saying, "blah blah blah."
*You were making it sound like, "blah blah blah."
Basically, it's when you try to speak for someone else whether or not he is present to defend himself. 
     Here're some examples of  how people often try to put thoughts and/or emotions into someone else:
* "He wrote such such and got all uptight."  How do you know that?  Were you there to see?
* "You got all angry while you were writing...."  Again, how do you know that?  Were you there?
* "You meant such and such when you said such and such."  How do you know that?
It works the same way as putting words into someone else's mouth.  Basially, you're trying to project emotions onto someone else.  Why would you want to do that?  Are you a control freak?  Are you afraid  of having flaws in your own use of logic pointed out?  Are you not willing to endure the discussion to the just conclusions?  It doesn't matter whether or not your projections are simply a summary of common reactions.  You're better off letting people speak for themselves.

     Just remember, I'll gladly speak for myself as best as I can at the moment.  I cherish having flaws in my own use of logic pointed out.  I mean that, because it helps me improve, and I enjoy doing that.  I enjoy having factual errors pointed out due to the same reasons.  I enjoy sound corrections.  I also enjoy using words and doing things due to my own reasons and for my own purposes.

     Anyway, the picture above shows me when I was an infant back in the late 1950's.  I don't remember posing for that.  I don't even know where I was when the photo shoot was done.  But I do know that at about 2:28 am. on December 19, 1957, I was born at St. Joseph Hospital which is somewhere in Atlanta, Georgia. 

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