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Being proud of what others say you should be ashamed of

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There is no doubt that Stephen A. Smith of ESPN is a loudmouth. But

he has made a long living being a loudmouth, he’s good at it, and
he’s proud of it.


Stephen A. Smith also likes money, and he’s proud of it.  Since he

has earned his money and continues to do so, I actually like Stephen
A. Smith, although his show is not one I watch. What others say he
should be ashamed of, he’s proud of.


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There are a class of people (losers) who want to make themselves

feel good by making others feel ashamed.  Now, I have no issue with
shaming and ridicule for a specific purpose—General Patton explained
in great detail how ridicule could be used to overcome fatigue,
thus saving many lives.


But I do have an issue with those who shame for purely emotional

reasons, or merely because they are secretly jealous.


I personally like sexy women, and you’re damn right I judge on

looks.  Other things too, of course, but I like sexy women, and
I’m quite proud of that fact.  I know sexy women who like men with
resources, and they are quite proud of that fact (ugly women try
to shame them).


I like money too, as long as I make it by delivering value.  I like

big steaks (I am an honorary member of PETA, People for the Eating
of Tasty Animals), and I like fine spirits.  I am not ashamed of
paying $100 for a bottle of wine, or $250.00 for a bottle of fine
whisky (but I would be totally ashamed of paying any amount for a
“handle” of Jim Beam White Label).


I like nice cars, and feel no shame when I see someone driving a

rustbucket held together by Bernie Sanders stickers (perhaps a
good use of them).


Almost everyone secretly craves the things they publicly say they

others should be ashamed of. Arthur Scargill, the disgraced leader
of the British Coal Miners union in the 1980’s was an ardent
Marxist—who loved good food, good drink, and being chauffeured
around in expensive automobiles. Very recently he was involved in
a scandal where he acquired an expensive house using union money,
certainly not in keeping with any sort of Marxist dogma.


So be proud of the things you like, and be publicly proud.  Don’t

let anyone guilt or shame you about them, and remember that if
they try, it’s usually because they secretly crave them.  The best
revenge is enjoying them while they don’t.

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On with the fun…



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”



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