Money Solves All Double-Standards

A few years ago when I was new to Hawaii I was living with my sister, her boyfriend, and her boyfriend’s mom.

One day there was a problem with my tablet so I spent something like three days in a row to fix it. I ended up fixing it and feeling very good and proud of myself.

Then my niece just took the tablet and dropped in on the ground and broke it again.

I made an angry Facebook post saying, “Kids are selfish and destroy your shit.”

This was enough to get me kicked out of their house.

Now my sister, her kids, and idiot boyfriend are living under my mother’s roof.

My mother called my niece a “snooty bitch.” This is way worse that anything I have ever said.

I’m pretty sure my sister and her boyfriend aren’t going to take offense while packing their shit and leaving. My mother basically takes care of them and their crotch goblins.

Did I mention I come from trash?

My Stupid Cousin Got Hacked… Neener Neener

While eating wonderful and delicious Thai food my mother mentioned that a hacker got to my cousin.  The hacker took all his Bitcoin, which my cousin was living off of, and now my cousin has to get a regular job again.

I posted my conversation with my cousin.  I was asking him “What’s the value of Bitcoin?”  He avoided the question and eventually kicked me out of his life citing that I was “negative.”

He told me I was wasting my life playing video games and that I should get serious about investing.  He told me that I was wasting money by using Bitcoin to buy cannabis.

Oh, how it feels to be vindicated over and over again.  My cousins are idiots.  I guess if you have more than two brain cells to rub together you end up on their shitlist.  I haven’t had a Christmas or Thanksgiving with them in years, but you know what, fuck them!

This particular cousin is like a con-man making charts to tell people when to invest and when not.  Unfortunately, Bitcoin is not safe and you can get hacked and lose all your wealth in a manner of minutes.

Family Pains

I don’t get along with many members of my family.  Specifically my one sibling and pretty much all my cousins.

And that’s okay…

I think anyone with unconventional beliefs and opinions is going to run into opposition with the common person.  My family is as common as it gets.  Throw on top of that the inability to tolerate certain ideas and the exaggeration and misinterpreting of things I say and that is just a recipe for disaster.

I learned the hard way it is not a good idea to have these people on my Facebook.  I am not the person to just post pictures of food and my children all day long.  I like reading my friends’ posts that are provocative and make me think or inform me, even if they go against my personal morals or beliefs.  In turn, I like to post what I find interesting and worth talking about as well as blowing off steam sometimes.  I know that lesser tolerant and more reactive people will take things personally.

Like when I say, “I’m going to shoot my kids in the back of the head in the forest for repeating corporate slogans” a smaller minded person is going to think “Oh no, he’s going to shoot MY kids.”  Never mind the reference to Of Mice and Men or the fact that I’m talking about myself, since some people are so self-absorbed of course I’m always talking about them no matter what.  When I say, “If I had children I would have never been able to fly out to South East Asia, live there, and have the best time of my life” I’m obviously saying your kids suck.

I love my family.  Let’s get that straight right off the bat.  But many are religious to the point of irrationality.  Some hold right-wing beliefs.  Many have chosen to have unplanned children before establishing a career or education.  Your basic salt of the Earth apple-pie Americans.  

If I knew then what I know today I probably would have kept every one of them off my social media and just emailed about the weather all day long.

I don’t really like watching what I say.  It entails that I have to assume that almost everyone I interact with is an ape incapable of hearing something they make not like.  I have been this way since college and I’ll continue being this way the rest of my life.