> > > That's a game this homey CAN play. The only one, in fact. The key, of
> > > course, is to know what you're looking for. Most people don't even give
> > > the matter thought. Which means though they may win in their game, they
> > > lose in my game.
> > Well what your looking for can change over time. So what is perfect when
> > your 15 isn't so great at 21, which isn't that tremendous at 25, which
> > isn't so worthwhile at 30, which is old and tiresome at 40, which is a
> > murder rap by 50.
> :) Touche. Of the fickleness of man, I cannot argue. So on that point,
> you win.
yeah, I liked that one a lot. :-)
> But I think most fickleness stems out of personal insecurity in actually
> looking down into the abyss of one's soul, and asking oneself honestly
> what it is that one actually wants.
I disagree. I don't think anyone knows what they want. Your viewing life as
a static journey. It isn't. Your needs are constantly changing. If your
partner can change with you wonderful. If not, it's adios. Every past
girlfriend I have ever ran into, I always wonder what I saw in that person.
Of course I remember the good times, but they have always to me been at
that point stranger that I wouldn't stop and talk to.
... at least you can drive something fast, arm your-
self with powerful tools, and look good doing it.
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