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Oh, give me a home.

By March 15, 2020 July 16th, 2020 Pandemic Thoughts

If you’re a buffalo, where you live matters to your quality of life.

I think they’re Bison, actually. Bison Wild Wings just doesn’t have that ring to it.

If you’re born in Yellowstone, You’re only threat is possibly getting struck by a car. Live long and Prosper.

If you’re born in Iowa, well, It may be tight spaces and a midlife meat cleaver.

If you’re a cow born in India, you wear jewelry and have the right away on all streets.

There are more than 400 McDonald’s in India.

If you’re a cow born in America, you’re what’s for dinner. And drink. And make collagen. And rugs. And really cute acrylic art. Thanks, Pinterest.

Oh Hey, Pretty Piece of Meat begging for a little A1 sauce.

In either scenario, it’s not a plea for one way of the other. The best bison burger I had was in Deadwood. And shout out to Rube’s steakhouse in Montour, Iowa. Try it, folks. Or invest in me running one like it on this side of the Mississippi.

No, the point is – they’re still cows. They’re still buffalo. Or bison. There is no difference in their appearance or needs. It’s just the human mindset of their purpose or value.

I could use more analogies like what’s a crime in one state versus another or your water supply or access to a doctor or how many wives you can have but not husbands.

Wouldn’t that be hilarious, by the way? I am fully content with one husband forever and ever like Eagles and Cardinals and Penguins. But if they made a version of Sister Wives called Hubby Brothers …oh my gosh.

Like, Maury could help with DNA season reveals when babies are born. She could ask for surrogacy help from fans of the show.

They could all spend their time on delegating the honey-do list and have drama when they argue over bigger construction projects or who’s under pressure because he hasn’t had an overnight in a week but she’s exhausted.

Ha. to the Ha. That’d be funny. Why doesn’t it happen? Polygamy legalities in certain places don’t ever mention gender rules. Do they?

Think about it, TLC. Think about it.

At the end of the day, it’s looking thru that lense of how/where we as humans are born that makes changing the accepted quality of life a great effort, advocacy and support to achieve.

You know, like those movies we all love.

Chicken Run. Boyz in the Hood, Shameless, The Color Purple, Ozark, Little Mermaid, The Help or insert movies you thought of in the comments and start the list… the movies of struggle to overcome and become the hope for others and win awards for it. They stay with us and make us more aware and educated by hearing stories that connect with your emotions.

Will Smith knows movies about Triumph are where it’s at.

It’s also why we probably keep the Kardashians employed to maintain their lifestyle on our dimes. It lets us have raw peek into the top 1% of us with no real impactful skillset or talent. Yet another source of hope that we, too, could be them if we had money.

Just another day.

It’s all scale and using those empathy muscles.

My family circle conversations are like small business ideas and what we should do for Thanksgiving. Theirs are about attending fashion shows in Dubai and whether they should get Xrays to prove they don’t need butt implants to look that hot.

What if cows watched cows on TV?

Thanks for reading,

Heather

PS Side Rant:

There’s a thing called PPP. The economic theory of purchasing power parity (PPP) predicts that the price of a particular good should remain the same no matter where in the world it is sold. If we had one for American citizens, maybe we would clean up our streets and protect kids of every zip code.

You see the responsibility of having a platform yet use it to influence beliefs based on learning them from the media you’ve consumed. Maybe challenging your assumed enemies to a one on one streamed interview would be more effective than spreading editorial stories about their values being horrible for serious allegations about their character you heard online.

Have you ever spoken or researched the facts first?

I feel like that is unfair in a world of Bill Cosby, Harvey Weinstein, RKelly and all the participants in the 1% that go unscathed because of influence we have those that have all heard those rumors stay tightlipped. I know they know that there are bad values and character against other humans ripe and more prevalent in the elite status celeb world. They keep quiet in hopes of getting the contracts, deals and whatever Hollywood fame they seek.

Use your platforms to pull that curtain on that. Before you accuse someone of being anti-gay or anti-race, please research it. Please ask them. Please use your elite contact list to leverage your position to have true conversations with people to not only set facts straight but could align your country and display your leadership skills.

Then, during the conversation, a compromise is committed to that helps the majority.

Then get back to collaborating with some POS who makes a mean autotune mix.

Seriously.

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