Sunday, October 16, 2016

Korean youngsters economically polarized from start

(Education isn't always a guarantee for a good job.)

Yesterday, I had a bacon sandwich for dinner. I also had lots and lots of potato chips. The meal was delicious. I'm a huge fan of pork. It brings me joy. I washed the vittles down with several glasses of Cass. Cass is my favorite brand of Korean beer. It's both smooth and delicious.

I watched another episode of The Exorcist. I should probably stop viewing this show. It gives me a bad case of the creeps. But I'm a slave for punishment. Casey is now in the mental home following her violent outburst on the subway. She can no longer resist her demon. The monster is fully in control. And trust me. He's a terrifying creature. Tomas has decided to perform the exorcism against the wishes of the bishop. Marcus will also help to defeat the demon--even though he's been recently defrocked.

I paid homage to the Christ God. I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees. No big surprise. I'm not some filthy nihilist. I thanked The Savior for his many blessings upon my life. For instance, it's fun to eat bacon and drink beer. In fact, life doesn't get much better than that. Lots of people never experience this type of joy. They're much too busy toiling in the fields for a dollar a day. Things could always be worse. I'm just glad that I wasn't born in Malawi.

I went to bed at 10 p.m. I dreamt about a strange guy who showed me a piece of dirty toilet paper. He kept asking me to point out the problems with the fecal matter.  In his opinion, the color was too yellow.

I woke up at 6 a.m. and drank a cup of freshly brewed coffee. Then I read the paper while enjoying a bathroom break. The success of young Koreans often depends on their parents bank accounts. Many recent college grads are working crap jobs because they don't have the connections to get into the big companies. Knowing powerful people is definitely a boon here on the peninsula. However, that's true around the globe. The world's unfair, but I remain a somewhat happy peasant. God brings me joy.

I turned on CNN. The Chinese authorities are warning the children of their nation about Christianity. They must report their parents to the government if they're being forced to attend church. This is a world filled with Godless pagans. And now that America has become a socialist bastion of abortion and gay rights, I often wonder who will fight back against the heathen masses.

Anyway, my quiver is empty. So long for now, and God bless everybody. Enjoy the song of the day.

(You got that right)

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