It started out simple enough, many years ago. What began as my disgust towards Hollywood evolved into a lifestyle that now, feels normal enough and has enriched my life tenfold. I can't recall ever being this happy before. And what was it that I did all those many moons in the past? Well, I decided to boycott Hollywood.
I decided to stop going out to the movies. A decision I made over ten years ago. And kept to. I also stopped buying DVD's. No more spending my money on movies, period! With the exception of South Park. I currently own the first 20 seasons of that cartoon series. And with that lone exception, it has also been well over ten years since I purchased a movie on DVD.
I made this decision because Hollywood had gotten too big for its britches. I just got tired of their bullshit and attitude and made a choice to no longer support those ass-hats. Then something amazing happened .... and it is called, Donald J. Trump.
I was already getting fed up with democrats and their socialist / communist / fascist / terrorist behavior. For years I was watching as they transformed into something ugly, something evil. You had to look hard if you wanted to see it, but when Trump came along to throw his name into the hat for nomination for president of the united states, all democratic hell broke loose.
The democrats turned more hateful, angry and evil than I had ever seen anything turn before. Now, I no longer even see democrats as human beings, but back then, I was disbelieving my own eyes and ears at the things they were doing, and saying.
Back then, I had some dozen or more friends that were democrats. From then to now, I lost all of them except for one. A few turned independent, like me, and I'm still friends with them. A few turned republican and I'm still friends with them, too. The rest of them started breaking from me because I support Trump and the final three or four, I rejected because I could no longer put up with their constant hate.
Now, like I stated earlier, I am down to just one democrat friend, and he's like a brother to me. No! He is a brother to me. I have known him for 30 years. He and I both agreed to never talk politics, and so far, it has worked.
Now, I will not become friends with anyone new unless / until I know they are not a democrat. It's just the way it is these days.
But that was only the beginning. I was in a local grocery store one morning and I overheard one of the employees talking to another customer and she was attacking Trump. For some reason, this got me pissed. Then I started seeing on the news how democrats were attacking Trump supporters, Violence, or with words or by getting them fired and shit and so, this infuriated me even more.
Then one day, I kind of snapped. Me and a couple friends went down to that store and long story short, got that employee fired. I have to admit, it felt good. Before I knew it, we had gotten several democrats fired from their jobs over the next few years to now. It gets even worse.
My friends and I also got a few businesses shut down, that were owned / operated by democrats. The first one was a diner owner who got a little too drunk at a 4th of July picnic. He was bad-mouthing Trump something awful, and in front of children. We then decided to spread some rumors about "food poisoning" incidents and a year and a half later, he went belly up.
It really began when I declared that I would never eat at his place again, when at that time, I spent close to two hundred dollars at his place a month. Then many of my friends stopped eating there, too. Then came the rumors to seal his fate. He sold his place to a guy who just happens to be a republican.
We also then proceeded to shut down a couple more. And again, it felt good. To strike back at the democrats really did feel like I was accomplishing something. I felt like I was playing their game, using their rules. Everything democrats think about Trump supporters, is what I feel about them multiplied by a million.
Recently, within the past year, I found out that my cable provider was a democrat supporter. I found a way to ditch their internet service and cable service. I kept their phone service, but now I get phone, internet and cable for 1/3 of the cost. I found a way around the high cost of technology.
The past few years I have also broke up with a few girls after discovering they were democrats. I also dropped my medical doctor for being a liberal. I got a new one. A better one, if you ask me. But I have reached a point where I can no longer stand being around democrats. PERIOD!
I do not patronize any business that I KNOW for a fact is owned by a democrat. And while it started with a simple decision to stop supporting Hollywood, it has now evolved into a full-out act of boycotting democrats. They make everything political, like movies, music, sports, religion, and so on, and now, so do I.
I have found that I am much more happier by at least 300 %. I am also saving more money every month as well. Not that it is a big deal as everyone knows I haven't worked for some 15 years now, and do not plan to ever go back to work. I live the good life. The easy life. But hey, if you can have the same things at a lower cost, then great! Right?
It's just simply a much better life.
Maybe I also still harbor bad feelings from the two times democrats have personally attacked me online. All I know is, they do not deserve to even breathe the oxygen on this planet. Even the good ones are shit-holes because they vote for these evil people like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Adam Schiff, Maxine Waters, Jerry Nadler, Nancy Pelosi, and the like. You get my drift.
My overall health has improved greatly as well. I probably should have done this a lot sooner, but it is what it is for the here and now, and now, I can't see myself ever going back to the way it was. The way I see it, life is too short to go around all the time hating everything, everyone or being pissed off at the world. I want nothing from these communists because they can't offer me anything but doom and gloom and dread. They are horrible and evil things that, as far as my real life is concerned, have no place in my world.
It's just the way it is.
And a world free of democrats is the most wonderful and amazing world I have ever known in my life. For once, when anyone asks me, "How's it going?" I can honestly look at them, smile, and say, "I'm good."