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It’s strange how people will want to get to know someone, but instead of asking that person, they will ask someone else. Someone who thinks they know them. Someone who only knows bits and pieces. Someone who can only repeat what they hear from someone else, or what they want to make up about that person. If you want to know someone it’s probably a better idea to talk to them.
That’s why I tell people all of the time they don’t know me. Only a few select people really know me and even some of them only know what they think they know. Funny how people are. When I want to get to know someone I talk to them, watch them, and try to get to know them. Still some people are always hiding behind a facade which makes it hard to see who they really are.
Still you can infer who or what a person are by their behaviors. Not always correct, but usually a very good indicator.
For example if you see someone wandering around placing their face against people’s windows or using their children as a way to look into people s homes, what would you infer from that? Would you think that they are criminals? Would you think that they are curious? What would you think?
If you notice someone being mean to others, what would you think about that person? Would you want them to get close to you?
If you notice someone doesn’t talk much and is very withdrawn, what would you think? Would you talk to them with a normal conversation? Would you think something is bothering them? Would you think that maybe just maybe they are suffering with something they don’t feel like sharing? Would you make fun of them? Would you pick on them instead? What would you do?
If you notice someone lie to someone else when you know the truth, what would you think about them?
Yeah so was thinking about that. People aren’t perfect, but still it’s not right or fair to make someone into something they aren’t because of what you’ve been told.
People have been murdered because of a lie. People have been beat up and hurt because of something someone told them. People have had their life turned upside down because of what they’ve been told.
It’s like in one o f my stories. The characters have been treated badly because of something that someone told a group of people, whether it was true or not. How would you feel if you were sitting around listening to people tell you who you are? Tell people who your family is? All because they got access to information that they shouldn’t have had access to in the first place. It caused them problems at work. It cause them problems at home. How strange it seems that someone is literally stalking them, watching them, and listening to them. The worse thing is that whomever seems to think it’s the right thing to do because they have the right to know, and the characters have to deal with the ridicule, the loneliness, and the suspicions. All these things make their life hard to live because they don’t know who to trust any more or who is worth being a part of their life and who might try to hurt them. All because of the actions of one person which caused a mob mentality. Something that spilled out of the jar and continues to flow no matter where they go. It’s a horrible feeling. The characters know no one would believe them, but they also know people know exactly whats going on, they talk about it, yet instead of sympathy more meanness because everyone believes the lies over them. Then the characters think they are going crazy and they know they aren’t. One guy is really losing it. The other…maybe he will too never know. Still imagine being the characters and feeling what they feel. Feeling as if they were always in danger? Feeling as if they have no one to trust, and no one who will be there for them. How would you handle it?
Cowboy….sexy cowboy who didn’t drink a lick of alcohol. Interesting.
Alcohol can change people’s mentality. Nice people can turn mean and evil. Some people get psychotic. Some people seem to love the floor they just sit there like they are supposed to. Some people talk a lot while others become stone faced. Some people want to fight. It’s strange. Still it’s messes with the chemicals in the brain causing a change.
Yeah alcohol is a drug. Pretty much anything that alters your body’s normal function is a drug illegal or legal. Just sometimes you have to take medicine. I mean the ones you can get a prescription for or something for a specific thing, like headaches, allergies, etc. Something you can buy in a store in the pharmacy section. There you go for the smart asses who will say well you can buy alcohol in the store where you can get medicine. That’s true, but alcohol unless it’s rubbing alcohol is not in the pharmacy section. I do not advise you to drink that alcohol. That will send you to the hospital.
Well I better go.