RE: Kyrie Irving: A True American Man

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I love how you gave a breakdown of what an ultimatum is, really good stuff. Always great to take a deep look at the meaning of words, even down to the etymology. It's shocking what will be discovered with spell-ing.

I'm not much of a sports fan except for the occasional UFC fight, but I think athletes who are viewed as healthy role models to society are a great source of awakening when some choose to go against the covid narrative, or injections at the very least.

This post reminds me of the topic of individual rights, and how you blogged about this years ago saying "Do you think you have any rights?" or something to that effect, going off my stoner mem..

Couldn't agree more about that topic too, and how quickly people will run to the age old "but my rights, my rights!!!!" defense, and half of everyone (probably more) don't even have a clue about the history of rights, let alone any that may be written on paper. And "human rights?" oh this is getting kind of hilarious in a not so funny way.

There's just so much to consider... I tend to agree that keeping close bonds with family and putting aside political bullshit (disagreements) is very necessary currently.. Now if I can only figure out how to get my family off of the fake book and realize some of this... eh.. moot..

Great post as always brother!



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That's right bro. I feel we only have the right that we ourselves declare, and exercise, and defend. Anything else is illusory and used to manipulate us. Let's claim and defend our rights, starting with the basics like the right to free speech, and the right to act peacefully in Liberty (as long as we are not harming others).
Thank you for your thoughtful comment!

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