Project 313 – Post No. 231

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OK, so, two things . . . one, I have a lot of posts with ducks. Two, I’m old and it could be I’m getting mixed up on sharing these older posts. HERE is one I don’t think I shared yet (at least, not in recent posts). 

However, if you’ve recently seen it, you can always forward the link to a friend, family member, significant other, or a stranger you met at the supermarket. 

And now, the photo:

Project 313 231

Another process I like . . . and that I’ve forgotten to save.
There seems to be an increasing tendency to resent people who achieve tremendous success. In fairness, many of them are assholes and some are entitled assholes.

But, many worked hard and took risks . . . but are still assholes.

On the other hand, there is no shortage of people with a ton of excuses as to why they didn’t achieve as much in life. Most are like me . . . they recognize the world is just not ready for their (and my) genius. 

Sure, sure, I could go out there an hustle and become a famous writer or photographer or philosopher or political commentator or achieve tremendous success as a stuttering orator. But, remember? . . . genius! If people were smart, they would be constantly knocking on my door. 

The fact that’s not the case is proof-positive the world is just not evolved enough to recognize the gift that is me. 

Heck, they’re not even ready for my . . . Spinning Hidden Faces and Grape Juice Glasses Spinner.

Spinning Hidden Faces and Grape Juice Glasses Spinner

And . . . that’s it Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless. You can read about Project 313 HERE.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.

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5 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 231

  1. I think both the male and female mallards are beautiful!

    PHOTO: I love this one…the look, textures, car name AND photo frame!
    CARTOON: HA! This one got a snort-laugh outa’ me! Oh, Willy!
    DOODLE: Whirly fun! I imagine the faces are saying, “Whoa, Mama, this is wild!” :-D
    HUGS!!! :-)

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  2. I have often noted that stupid people become successful and I have concluded that they take risks because they don’t understand them!

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    • disperser says:

      Understanding the risks and a tolerance for them are two separate things. There are many successful people who are not brilliant minds, but who know one thing pretty well (usually, human nature). Many are excellent liars and go into either entertainment or politics.

      An old joke goes like this (shortened and edited for local currency and inflation):
      ~ ~ ~
      In this one town lived a village idiot that when offered a choice between five dollars and one dollar, he would always pick the one dollar bill, much to the merriment of onlookers.

      Eventually, someone tried to educate him about the value of money and why he should pick the five dollar bill as being worth more.

      “Oh, I know, but if I pick the five dollar bill, they’ll stop offering me the choice.”
      ~ ~ ~
      Also, in fairness to successful people who are smart, the obviously stupid probably inherited their fortune and opportunities.

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