Joined 8 years ago from Denver Colorado
I'm just an old man who had lived a hard, poor yet interesting life. I grew up in the 60s, when sex drugs and rock 'n roll with the theme of the day. I spent two tours in Vietnam, fighting a war not my own and came home labeled a baby killer and drug addict. The first which was not true. I stayed lost for a long time then I attended Metropolitan State College for two years. I quickly discovered I was not much of an academic. After that I spent several years as a custom furniture maker and eventually got tired of being tied down to a usual routine. Then I spent the next 20 years, managing warehouses and driving tractor-trailer over the road. Consequently I have met people from all walks of life, from those who sustain their existence from the garbage we all throw away, all the way up to CEOs of multi-conglomerate corporations. Yet I still can't get over the fact that we're all headed toward the same place where there's no hope of return. I am not into the rat race game of he who has the most toys when they die wins. I am just enjoying the gift of life that was given to me.
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