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If you follow my blog, maybe you gained an understanding of my theme, and why I focus on controversial topics. I’ve presented topics about things reminding me of me, but only due to finding consumer products riddled of their matter. Within those things, I assume those productions are a thing of their time, and they indeed present questionable characteristics if more than one of those things being compared. I have to admit, I don’t know where I’d see myself today, if the nature of those things weren’t serving as they do today. I might have been a full-time thief, or burger flipper in a southern state. Considering those things, I’d like to share a short story about recent experiences.

Visiting the local mall, I thought I’d look for a new album, or perhaps an old album though new from the retail store. I knew the title I intended to buy, because I searched the malls internet site before visiting the store. I began my search for similar products, finding a new copy of the wanted album, despite searching for a used copy. Keep in mind, while I searched the stores internet site, I discovered the stores definition of culture and ethical standards. Needless to say, that album’s priced in this store within twenty-five percent more than most new release titles. Before purchasing, I noted after discovering that title new, and not defiled, when I retrieved it from the rack, I noticed the case appeared damaged. I’m swearing someone deliberately damaged the case not five minutes after I located it. This album doesn’t have signs of presenting anything “me” in its content. Despite my ego, the album’s on my shelf, and ripped to my desktop library.

My story doesn’t end there. because that company’s statement about their culture, and that definition resembling the definition I created of all thingsDean,” I researched employment further. During the application period, I noted this company implies applicants should have extendable knowledge of our entertainment world. Adorned of my definition, a paradigm’s been created, and that company proclaims they’re “The Center Of It All.” Their site indicates customers can buy many of the same products I have in my personal libraries. Those titles contain some variation of the my name, and I have  knowledge of gaming console circuits. The application didn’t suggest, or ask applicants add specific attributes, and I’m thinking that denotes your definition of our condition. However! I Once had little understanding of the ways of this world, and spent hard-earned money on things I didn’t understand. On the bright side, I can show a person all the components of many electronic devices, gaming consoles, computers, stereos or recording studio equipment. I play a barrage of music, and instruments. If I’m unemployed after this, I can believe, I’ll never be anything other than the thing society demands I be.

Wondering if the cashiers recognized me, as a result, inflicting damage on those specific items. In this country, those same people would deny their subject because of its criteria, and the governing entities allow employers biased opinionated choice, while neglecting you.   I wonder what I’d experience, if I competed for occupancy of a government office.

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