Sometimes the strange is truly stranger than fiction. Like a Stephen King movie with it’s twists and turns or the drama in a Hitchcock movie. No need for pointless choreography because the musings of the mind are incredible.
Below is hilarious and I am uncertain if management did this for effect or because he was talented. Aye!
And of course no story would be complete and especially in this case, because he played for: The New Jersey Devils of the NHL.
And then the guy above teaches respect, an attribute sorely lacking in a loud society but again, who would have predicted that?
I hate the shows where dumb semi-celebrity slobs make asinine comments about silly souls who had no choice to be born so non-mainstream. But these commentaries need no explanations as to moral character.
Our society has a field day bashing people who for one reason or another finds themselves the object of ridicule or even akin to modern day lepers. Providence or whatever has placed us here and we didn’t have a heavenly dream sheet to pick our destination, cognitive abilities or our own DNA. It seems that nature and the inexplicable are invisible paradigms which compensate for injustice, in many cases.
Let’s make the world a better place and I pray that we see that we can make a difference. We are but a few but we can change a part of the world. I remember seeing a semi-documentary about Los Angeles where minorities had a garden and the millionaire took that Oasis from them.
One morning the place was leveled by bulldozers and in spite of raising the money necessary to purchase, the owner lied. Several years later it is still untouched. Probably a racial issue, I am not sure but we can make a difference, if we want to.