Frustrated Horney Faggot Many Believe to Be BiPolar or Too Depressing To Hang With......LITERALLY.
Have Trouble Understanding....
Then why ask:
"Hey man! Sup?"
Or, If Like My Mother; Having To Hang Up On Her Repeatedly Cause She Won't Stop Calling Me; Worried Her Son Will Die and No One Would Know if She Didn't!
MADONNA) // (CHILD
So Strong; yet so calm: Mary's Choice.
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
RULES FOR GOOD CONDUCT
WIT SHOULD BE LIKE THE NIBBLE OF A SHEEP RATHER THAN THE BITE OF A DOG,
FOR IF IT WERE TO BITE LIKE A DOG
IT WOULD NOT BE WITTY BUT INSULTING.
Extract from "GALATEO," or "The Book of Manners," published in 1558. The author, Giovanni della Casa, named the work "Galateo" after a fellow cleric famed for his probity.
: the quality of a person who is completely honest
It also helped that I combined this bit of "Renaissance" advice regarding wit with one on a billboard just down the street from THE HERETIC, a club used to frequent when one of my favorite haunts cruising for men.
But this was back before the Internet came along and fucked up a routine/style that had taken me years discovering through trial and error then fine tuning into a lifestyle I was eventually content with. Although not the one I started off dreaming for, better than nothing; you just learn to like what you can get.
Anyway, this billboard made me laugh every time I would read it on my way home, most likely legally drunk and someone probably following me home for the evening; another overnight meaningful relationship.
NEVER PICK A FIGHT WITH AN UGLY MAN;
HE'S GOT NOTHING TO LOSE.
The reason it made me laugh, this was all the billboard said. Not a clue what this billboard was advertising. What was the purpose of that billboard?
But an advice that eventually came in handy.
"Mine honor is my life, both grow in one, Take honor from me, and my life is done."
"Will mankind never learn that policy is not morality,--that it never secures any moral right, but considers merely what is expedient? chooses the available candidate,--who is invariably the devil,--and what right have his constituents to be surprised, because the devil does not behave like an angel of light? What is wanted is men, not of policy, but of probity,--who recognize a higher law than the Constitution, or the decision of the majority." ~Henry David Thoreau
"Take from a man his reputation for probity, and the more shrewd and clever he is, the more hated and mistrusted he becomes."