I have to do some research about home wiring, but I believe the ground wire and the lightning rod would let you pull electricity out of the air, just as Mr Franklin discovered. If this is true, then you are being "charged"(pun intended) for what is free, and when the electric company cuts off your service, you can just disconnect their cables and have what was once called "*******" ...no pun intended. If I die any time soon, check with the electric company haha. We are stuck on stupid.
Dr Khan: I need to do lab tests on you before I can prescribe your meds Me: But they are not narcotic, they are blood pressure and blood thinners etc Dr Khan: it don't matter, I need to check your levels Me: I feel fine though Dr Khan: you have to, or I will get in trouble,and I'm not going to lose my license Me: you can get into trouble? Me: **** it, I don't need them Dr Khan: but you will die if you stop taking the meds Me: Then prescribe the meds Dr Khan: I can't Me: Killer!
Over a year later, my health seems better than ever. I went from things getting worse, to things getting better without the drugs and doctor
Racism and bigotry In this divisive country Black men being killed by cops Tear gas for a photo op Recession, race wars QAnon As the pandemic rages on Kids ripped from their families Unwanted hysterectomies Double standards in the senate Greed and power their new tenet Ignoring laws when they see fit Nothing but hyGOPocrites How can so many be so wrong Falling for the pumpkin's con
In open ended words tis open ended world but silent scaled eyed inaction nor writ response may prove futile on time sensitive stride we fail, we fall we splatter apart and alone succumb so say it sing it and write it be thy thankful for poetry teaching those asleep to wake up to speak with action then strike the brightest star at dart to bull's eye an essay writ conquering far and wide it changes mind then ignites All Hearts Alike aiming ever high changing the world stride by stride ~~~~~~~ By Karijinbba All rights reserved
Experincing defeat makes a poet and poetess open ended wise to travel far