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A Busy Man

05/01/2014 — 2 Comments

imagesI begin to type. Who knows what the result may be?

Doing my daily chores, putting up videos to promote my Presidential campaign (Always including a request for contributions is the part I do not enjoy) Doing what I can to influence my family in a direction I feel is part of my responsibility, as a Father. Writing my autobiography (There quarters complete), allotting some time for Miss Dinny, writing this blog every day and dealing with a TV Show that I am pitching. I am a busy man and I love it!

Someone once said that if you want to get something done, ask a busy man! I believe this to be true. My Campaign Manager, Tom Gulley, is also a busy man and yet he seems to be a bottomless pit of assistance. Again, the difficult we do right away. The impossible take a little time!

Multitasking is a joy, in my life. Even as a young lad I wold always rather be in a scrap with three boys than only one. One would always whip me but I would always come out on top if there were three. However this rule does not apply with women. I can only handle one at a time. Any more than that and I am doomed to failure.

So, I guess my point is that living life to it’s fullest is a busy life. I can’t imagine sitting on a beach or at a pool all day. It would drive me nuts. And I have never said. “Oh, I can’t leave yet. I still have half a drink.” No drink has ever kept me from leaping into an adventure. There is no time like the present and time waits for no man and when I say “Man” I mean man or woman.

So my recommendation in regards to all matters is, “Let’s go!

Kip Addotta, aka Uncle Kippy.

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This was contributed by Tommy Joseph, God forgive him!

People with two eyes do not want to go blind. That is only natural. But I imagine the fear of going blind is even greater in people with only one eye. They have less but more to lose. Weird.

Not only did God give us two eyes, he was foresighted enough to place them far enough apart that the odds of both of them being poked out at the same time is remote. It’s good to have two eyes. Same with arms and legs. Good back up.

But I’m thinking about one-eyed people and wondering if they’re perhaps a tad more careful than the average person as they wend their way through life. For instance, going for a walk, surely they are more acutely aware of low-hanging tree branches and metal fences with protruding edges at eye level. Surely one-eyed people are more careful.

In this respect, people should live their lives as if they have only one eye. Or one arm. Or one leg. Or one of everything. Not only will they be more careful, they will better appreciate what they’ve got. Just as when I drove a cab, to be extra careful, every night I’d pretend it was New Years Eve and that every driver on the road was drunk. I intend to live the rest of my life pretending I have only one of everything. Careful and appreciative. So, anyone looking for a kidney transplant, please look somewhere else.