I told Alana Skye once. “If you share your tricks I will share mine.” Well I think it is time to share what is a 12 step plan to access highly difficult to receive healthcare. Let’s see what I did? Step 1 – Admit to yourself you have autism. I did this at 10 years […]
I’ve smoked pot on this blog. I have talked Socialism, then switched to Green Politics exclusively. However we can still step it up. Welcome to commentary not suitable for children.
A woman of Islam faith in Pakistan on Fiverr is doing basic work for me. If it goes well I will switch to using the service at a standard level only as a basic meritocracy of Canadian Spirit. I just want to get to know her work right now. What is her voice? I will share a receipt once this transaction in Digital Marketing is complete.
If I had to sum up my experience of my Democratic Simulation in 2 descriptions. 1. I display the traits of a niceness tyrant & somehow an opportunist for material gains. I usually treat people with respect and I damn well demand I am treated with respect. I am also geared towards impulsive decision making at times especially with material motivators. I am the person who watched their aunt’s dog in exchange for food in North York. I am not shy about that motivation. She was a damn good cook.
Before I played Minecraft. The game I used to play similar to it was called Lode Runner. I and my brother I used to make puzzles for each other where we would run from our enemies and attempt to win. We kind of add little bits of puzzles and resource spots on our map for that reason. We prefer puzzle/roleplays to imitating society as is or overly complicated Survival games.
Here is a challenge. Describe your personal hell in 200 words. Write it as an incentive to improve your life. What does hell look like for you? Email Ashtonderoy@gmail.com
What would my personal hell look like? What are the features?
What will tempt me to stay? How will I force myself to leave?
Like Ashton Deroy’s page “Don’t you know right from wrong!?” Anyone who was raised by parents who tried to raise them intellectuals has had this conversation multiple times. Some of us in Quinte West even began flipping the switch. Or just leaving Quinte West as a kind of morally deprived place with an out of […]
Ashton Deroy writes: I have been talking about Cooperatives. A Business model I seriously admire and one that I believe can truly reduce poverty. It wouldn’t be completely honest though if I didn’t talk about the pitfalls for a Socially democratic collective. The truth is I have some negative experiences for the model of Social […]
I am tired of the Employee to the Employer ownership model of our economy. We can do better than this outdated Capitalism. I feel the only reason we aren’t is because we are discouraging the practice of relationships in Business from our Schools. We are encouraging delusions of “being your own boss”. We aren’t looking at “What is the practical way of becoming a more democratic economy?”