A certain Courtney sent this bitch an e-mail asking all sorts of questions about my leg (still fuck up, by the way...but getting better).
Courtney with a C. thinks that a bitch should read The Secret and is pretty damned sure that my leg is fucked up because I “brought that negativity on myself” and that I need to practice the “laws of attraction” to bring about a healing of some sort.
Courtney, please sit down.
Go on, honey…sit.
As a word of advice, telling a bitch that my sprained ankle and slow to heal leg-based area are my fault rather than the fault of that motherfucking uneven pavement combined with two overly eager to get their walk on sorta-beagles is just fucked up.
Shit, a bitch’s leg is swollen to twice its natural size!
I need an ice pack and some Aspirin, motherfucker, not a pep talk.
I am aware of The Secret.
A bitch is all about positive thinking, but I come from the realness school of life. If something is fucked up I believe we should acknowledge that it is fucked up, study what it will take to fix it and then get about the business of making it not fucked up.
That’s positive as a motherfucker in my book.
I do not believe that America is in debt because of the laws of attraction. America is in debt because of a pork adoring Congress, flawed financial management, insane trade policies and war. The only role attraction played in that shit is that bullshit attracts flies, idiots attract fucked up policy and poor planning attracts unanticipated consequences.
The way I see it someone ripped off Mary Baker Eddy, added some current interviews and has proceeded to cash the fuck in.
But fuck it…if it works for your Courtney, go with Gawd. Shit, you’ll probably blame yourself for attracting this bitchitude, won’t you?
Lawd, have mercy!
A bitch finds this school of thought dangerous.
If it doesn’t work for you, that’s your fault.
If it does then the book is genius.
More over, I feel that it supports the view that those who do not prosper under the American definition of prosperity have only themselves to blame.
The poor need to get up and work…the over weight need to push away from the table…so do the mentally challenged need to try to attract mental stability?
There are no real problem solving solutions contained in this model.
Just a series of validations for doing what you want to do and ignoring what you want to ignore.
So, I think I’ll take pass.
But hey, thanks for sharing Courtney with a C!