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    1. And this is what social media is censoring because it doesn’t meet community standards. I keep reposting hoping that someday I can break through their corporate dictatorial censorship and share to the world what a better life might look like if the world wasn’t sowing it seed back to Satan.

      a hard knock life!

      The odds of winning a $1 billion lottery is one in 300 million. The odds of a rich man keeping $10 billion to himself living on the interest of $600 million yearly and giving the rest of his money to end homelessness is incalculable. The odds are better that there is life on other planets than for a rich man to end homelessness, possibly save Social Security, bring back goodwill to the world during a global epidemic, and push back Armageddon for another hundred years. Living on $600 million annually really sucks having only $10 billion to your name that you never have to touch. On the other hand, you might can squeak by on the yearly interest of $190 billion which is $11,400,000,000 a year, and still not touch your 190 billion in principal. If I have to think about it I can learn to live on $600 million a year so little old ladies and somebody’s mother doesn’t have to die homeless and alone under a bridge. The truth be known some of the happiest days I ever had was living out of my Subaru station wagon working out of labor pools as a carpenter putting on a backpack to hike the Appalachian Trail. I remember once living in my car in St. Petersburg Florida I bought a cast net and sold mullet for one dollar a pop at local parks sometimes even taking food stamps to feed the poor on the south side of town. An old black woman after talking me down to $.25 a fish gave me one of the best feelings I ever had. After telling me how much this meant to her saying this should feed her family for a week she gave me an uplifting smile shook my hand and walked away… I almost wanted to cry. Standing on the dock looking down through the clear water (net in hand) at manatees and all kinds of fish beneath my feet wasn’t really all that bad. I wasn’t always a good person I did steal some grapefruits from grapefruit trees looking for places to park by station wagon to sleep so not to be disturbed by the police at night. On some of my better days, I could afford a pack of cigarettes a couple dollars worth of gas, and even microwave a beef burrito at the local convenience store. Some days I would just eat some fish cooking them with my backpack stove. Being in business for myself and a fisherman to boot is still one of the best jobs I’ve ever done in my lifetime. I felt like I was walking with Jesus sharing some of the best reasons I could think of why God is so cool giving back so much, in reality, to enlarge your universe separating your meanings from the crowd. He still had to teach me some hard lessons from time to time that not everything in life has value. For people who have an interest in feelings of the heart (getting self-evidence out of inalienable rights) problem-solving with God is as real as it gets… But this is just my opinion yours may be different. Some people prefer the hard knock life flying their own 747 looking for good restaurants to eat in around the world. I know what they must be going through, sometimes I even got tired of eating my own fish.

  1. Can you imagine before they had microscopes, what they used to think was happening? It’d be miraculous!

  2. I remember this happened May-July 2020 where I’m from in Southern California. Was a beautiful experience, but beaches were PACKED at night due to this😅

    1. And this is what social media is censoring because it doesn’t meet community standards. I keep reposting hoping that someday I can break through their corporate dictatorial censorship and share to the world what a better life might look like if the world wasn’t sowing it seed back to Satan.

      a hard knock life!

      The odds of winning a $1 billion lottery is one in 300 million. The odds of a rich man keeping $10 billion to himself living on the interest of $600 million yearly and giving the rest of his money to end homelessness is incalculable. The odds are better that there is life on other planets than for a rich man to end homelessness, possibly save Social Security, bring back goodwill to the world during a global epidemic, and push back Armageddon for another hundred years. Living on $600 million annually really sucks having only $10 billion to your name that you never have to touch. On the other hand, you might can squeak by on the yearly interest of $190 billion which is $11,400,000,000 a year, and still not touch your 190 billion in principal. If I have to think about it I can learn to live on $600 million a year so little old ladies and somebody’s mother doesn’t have to die homeless and alone under a bridge. The truth be known some of the happiest days I ever had was living out of my Subaru station wagon working out of labor pools as a carpenter putting on a backpack to hike the Appalachian Trail. I remember once living in my car in St. Petersburg Florida I bought a cast net and sold mullet for one dollar a pop at local parks sometimes even taking food stamps to feed the poor on the south side of town. An old black woman after talking me down to $.25 a fish gave me one of the best feelings I ever had. After telling me how much this meant to her saying this should feed her family for a week she gave me an uplifting smile shook my hand and walked away… I almost wanted to cry. Standing on the dock looking down through the clear water (net in hand) at manatees and all kinds of fish beneath my feet wasn’t really all that bad. I wasn’t always a good person I did steal some grapefruits from grapefruit trees looking for places to park by station wagon to sleep so not to be disturbed by the police at night. On some of my better days, I could afford a pack of cigarettes a couple dollars worth of gas, and even microwave a beef burrito at the local convenience store. Some days I would just eat some fish cooking them with my backpack stove. Being in business for myself and a fisherman to boot is still one of the best jobs I’ve ever done in my lifetime. I felt like I was walking with Jesus sharing some of the best reasons I could think of why God is so cool giving back so much, in reality, to enlarge your universe separating your meanings from the crowd. He still had to teach me some hard lessons from time to time that not everything in life has value. For people who have an interest in feelings of the heart (getting self-evidence out of inalienable rights) problem-solving with God is as real as it gets… But this is just my opinion yours may be different. Some people prefer the hard knock life flying their own 747 looking for good restaurants to eat in around the world. I know what they must be going through, sometimes I even got tired of eating my own fish.

  3. Nice video👌!!! Very engaging from the beginning to the end, nevertheless businesses and investment are the best way to make money irrespective of where you came from and the pandemic 😷.

    1. I’ve heard alot about investing with oliviaryker investment and also heard that she’s a STFX agent,please how safe are the profits?

    2. @Bell Murray Yea that’s right, I’ve also been trading with her,profit are secure and over a 100% return on investment,directly sent to your wallets address once trading is complete.

    3. I’ve heard Alot about her here in California too, Sometimes I wonder if she uses magical powers during her trading 😂😅😂

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