The first 100 days: Lessons learned


I don’t have to do a God-damned thing I don’t want to do.

It is always fun or a good experience to try new things and meet new people.

There is no way I can do all the things that everyone tells me I have to do. They don’t expect me to, that was my own expectation.

To paraphrase Anne Frank, most people are not assholes. Just the same, it means there are a lot of good people who have killed millions of people. Best to have mace and a hunting knife at the ready.

I’m constantly hearing racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic remarks. I’ll say something when I feel like I’m in a safe environment but I have to let a lot of it go or I won’t be living my life and I’ll be stuck in a negative place.

I should’ve been having more sex most of my life. On this trip I’m getting so much ass that I have to throw some ass back so ass doesn’t become an endangered species.

I think 1 out of 10 is a really low estimate for how many gay people there are out there. See the lesson above.

I miss my friends. Hey gurlllls!!!

I should eat more fish and vegetables.

I feel better when I’m active, doing things like hiking, kayaking and sex.

The less stuff I have, the easier my life.

In general, I need to calm the fuck down.

Buy cheap, get cheap.

4 thoughts on “The first 100 days: Lessons learned

  1. A few points from the lessons you’ve learned.
    1. Save some ass for the rest of us.
    2. Guns are more effective than mace or a knife
    3. Hey Gurl – we miss you to.
    4. Buy cheap, get cheap, just don’t be cheap.
    5. For the racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic assholes out there – fuck em!

  2. You are probably already camping but if not HAVE FUN and I am glad you are hitting as much as you can across the states, you don’t have to do anything npbut if you feel like trying to have a dirty form of the license plate game going feel free to try . . . .

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