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Peter “RogueGentleman” Langdon
Words create worlds, because the universe is always listening.
Words create worlds, because the universe is always listening.
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10/19/17
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17/10/2017
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While I'm on the subject of things that piss me off, it also pisses me off how people who spent their lives in a financial bubble and never truly experienced what living in real poverty for an extended period is, think everything is easy to just buy; whether it's transportation, education, groceries, furniture, or various services including loans or credit cards. It infuriates me how they think the solution is "just do X" when X costs transportation fees or delivery charges or any number of other expenses they never think about because they've always had money to do all those little things and think "struggling financially" is not being able to pay $20,000 to renovate their kitchen this year or having to hold off until next spring to upgrade to the latest model car even though they own 4 vehicles already, including a camper.

It really grinds my gears how physical disabilities are treated with more respect and given more services and assistance than neurological disorders and mental illness.

And it also grinds my gears fiercely how the people with neurological disorders who get lauded through the media are all people who were lucky enough to have family that had either connections or money or both, to get them the aids and the education they needed to get into the careers they did. I'm honestly not trying to belittle the work they do to bring recognition to these disabilities, but man it pisses me off how "neurotypical" people see how successful those few are and then assume everyone with these disabilities has the same access and means that those few did, and assume that the only reason others with neurological disorders aren't equally successful is because we're all "lazy."

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10/16/17
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So today I re-made my Charr as an Engineer instead. Got to group with my friend Emma in New Zealand again as she played on her new human ranger :)
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10/15/17
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