To have a voice you have to use your voice. To Kingston Ontario on Bathroom issues.

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We need to talk and it is a bit of an uncomfortable conversation to be having. I have Autism characterized by behaviors of ADHD. I put my kidneys through a lot when I am jogging 20K because I am too impatient to wait for a bus. I need a place to go to the bathroom for these issues. I know we are trying to prevent disease but I just feel this current climate poses an unfair challenge on my physical health.

I appreciate anything that can be done to make this issue easier for me. Thank you for taking the time to read about my concerns.

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Honest relationships

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I have had honest friendships. This more so refers to my first honest romantic relationship.  Now, something readers should know about Kaylib. He is also too smart to lie to. I mean genuinely he has already figured out what makes up my background, mental health, and Philosophical views. He has also seen me do prank style communication stunts so he can tell when I am lying. It is fine though because honesty has actually enhanced this relationship. It worked out for me.

Honest

I am going to surprise my readers and say something controversial. Not every two people should opt for an honest relationship, but I did. However, for the opposite Take my Victoria address experience for example. There are 2 people that need to lie nicely to each other…. If they don’t… They might end up hating each other enough to love each other, enough to hate each other. What I mean is? (They will do a hate hookup.) Referring to the guy who stalked me outside the bathroom and the girl who thought I knocked someone up. They are a match made in hell…. (Codependent) Even if they don’t bang it out. I don’t care… It is fun to creep myself out though. If Jamie Macari is in charge still at 544 Victoria st.  just don’t rent there. Think of him as “pain in the *** Jesus” with all the all-mighty Tumeric!

What are the keys to honest relationships?

  • Openness – I mean real openness. Not open to charging at someone with a full head of anger.
  • Readiness – Some people don’t know openness is going to expose you to someone else’s flaws. Get ready, because we are human beings in a nihilistic downward world. So open your ears. Get ready to hear some messed up stuff.
  • Space – Especially if you live together. Give each other space and with that time as well. Process your thoughts about the person you know. Decide if you are freaked out or not… Again though everyone has weird stuff like relatives with poor boundaries, toxic abusive family cultures we got to end or maybe you have been living on a downward track since 19. Either way, we find a through it, if we are actually dedicated to honesty. If we judge someone and toss them out every time we get honesty. Then we don’t deserve love, to begin with. Space is good, repetitive romantic alienation is bad.

You know what will help you to prepare for honesty? Kill your optimism with negativity. Break your entitlement by being poor. Suspend the assumption that everyone has had the privilege of a happy childhood. It is fewer and farther in between these days! Egalitarian relationships are messy, but they are also the best kind of relationship there is. My boyfriend is Kaylib, I visit him down towards the Rez. I love how his brain works. I genuinely think he is the most interesting person. He also bugs me at times but it is part of us. ❤ 

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Prediction: How Star Tek loses in Kingston Ontario?

 

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Ever wondered how Star Tek will be deemed a total loss in years to come? What do you think are their biggest struggles if they choose to continue their existence? Well in Business education. They do teach you something you can reference to make this judgment.

It is called…

“SWOT Analysis” 

StarTek SWOT Analysis Kingston Ontario

Sustainability Proposal. 5 Steps to democratize call centers.

Conclusion: This democratic approach to Telecom has been a long time passion of mine. I worked in a group of outsourcers where I was like… “I can’t believe they are allowed to operate with this complete laisse fair negligence. Negligence wasn’t just consequential to their corporate cultures but also toxic to our communities. I am Ashton Deroy, I am a Business Graduate from Loyalist College and a Digital Marketing graduate from St. Lawrence College. I didn’t finish school to find myself in a degrading position that worsens my finances, health, and overall wellbeing. No one else should get that experience through the realm of a job at a desk in telecom. This isn’t sustainable and we need to have a Stakeholder theory-based conversation about it. 

 

Grant Cardone might need to be granted his “legendary” Status.

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I got people on the Grant Cardone Self-help train and I can tell them to jump off if I want. I say this because I feel the man has gone insane. He is talking about fighting the government to re-open his business and how everyone who got unemployment was an unloyal person. inner Screamings of morality as your audience and reader

Response to Retail Sales Plunge. 

“HEY DUMBASS ELITIST! PEOPLE GOT TO EAT!” 

Instead of “Be Obsessed or Be Average”. How about be insane or be moral? Where is his common sense? Where are his ethics at? Who does he see himself as? I see a person with no heart who doesn’t care. That is why I am 100% not endorsing Grant Cardone as an author & motivational sales speaker.

At this time I say we recognize the times he inspired us as a motivational comrade. While denouncing the ethics of the man. Essentially let’s grant Grant his legendary status and then move on with our attention. There is more than bottom-line logic. There is integrity, community & environment.

If I give up the brain of addiction. I must give up Nihilism.

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People might wonder in the autism community if I will get past my issues of addiction and depression. I know my pathway out. If I am to give up addiction I must give up Nihilism. When one is an addict? They tend to reduce their life and the sum total of morality into a meaningless construct. (It is important to note my path to sobriety was a political & cultural study. Not a religious experience. Hence why I chose Liberal Socialism as a defining religion eventually)

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It is not. Morality is not meaningless. Our environment is not meaningless, especially in relation to potential mass extinction and the traditions of Social Democracy & Liberal Democracy are not meaningless. Even if we identify as atheists out of some traumatic experience we should still live our life with a purpose, passion, and some discipline.

When I was a Nihilist? I learned some of my attitudes had an impact on my family culture. If you are a Stoner who doesn’t care about anything. You might have a sibling become a stoner who doesn’t care about anything. That is an eye-opening experience. Your family might reflect your attitudes with constant socially negative commentary on race, ability & various World Views.

(I have mentioned despite my Dad being a typical Canadian in his views. We do share a prejudice to Communism both in literature and history considerations.) 

Looking morally inward with questions:

  • What impact do I have on moral culture?
  • What do people think my values are?
  • What are the traditions I want to honor and the ones I want to leave behind?

 

Ashton Deroy’s review Mohawk Interrupts by Audra Simpson

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Mohawk Interruptus by Audra Simpson

I am sorry but if it wasn’t for my complete ignorance in perception to Mohawk Political culture I wouldn’t of picked up this Political theory book. Admittedly had I known the contents of this book I would not have bought it. This is going to be less of a quantifiable review and more of an emotional review. Sometimes we flip the script and just get real on this website.

An intimate relationship has me bias to materials: My feelings are that I am glad my boyfriend isn’t a fundamental Native Sovereigntess. In fact, he might be marginalized by Political Native Soverigntests. For those who don’t know Traditional Native sovereignty values would likely reduce my relationship to nothing more than a member and an outsider. / That was very dehumanizing. I was very happy recently when my boyfriend said: “My culture is anime and video games.” Not just because it was a silly statement by a free spirit. It also reminds me that in spite of his cultural heritage he sets his own values and he doesn’t have to choose a culture or values where we will both be marginalized.  I’m still just a Socialist and he is probably still deciding what he is.

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Will I finish the book? This is one of those times where if I pick up a book I might as well finish it. Not that I am glad of having read it. I am not… Just because if you’ve started to understand some of these issues. It is worth continuing to understand these complex issues. That is my review. If you are a Pluralist Indigenous, mixed indigenous, or of descendence of Loyalist setters this book might make you feel a bit down and even depressed. We identify as a family of Mohawk people & French Loyalist Settlers. Ultimately this is worth knowing.

“I bet on not reccomending the book before I finished reading it. I immediately changed my mind” Ashton Deroy commentary

Sustainable Development goal. For Pluralism to exist with Indigenous people: Page 119 could change my opinion on the book greatly. Especially in looking at things like Blood Quantum in relationship to Indigenous persons and how offensive that is. One thing I definitely care about is being diplomatic in relationship to marginalized people. It also makes me recognize that some people treat the Indian act and Mohawk Culture as more of an unserious novelty. For Pluralism to exist we must respect their traditions and point of view. On page 119 you can see a prime example of two people deciding to deny each other their Indigenous heritage one from the rude position of bureaucracy the other from feelings of marginalization and victimization from being denied rights from their legal Indian status card. My position with my social circle remains if you claim to be indigenous I pay respect to that. However, a position of duty related to potential jobs may put me in a place similar to this. I definitely don’t want to make anyone feel alienated from their heritage and point of view. The respectable thing to do is treat their views as legitimate and develop some respect for their point of view so that you can speak as equals even if not the same. Even if executing duty. I think had considerations of been paid for duty of job position & ethnology of everyone involved. The situation would have gone better.

I changed my mind I will now give this book a shout out and recommendation. Mohawk Interupts by Audra Simpson Click here.

Related Link but more academic.

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What I am enjoying about giving up the bong? A blog on Healthier user medicating with THC.

Review The subtle art of not giving fuck
Personal recommendation blogger to the reader: “The Subtle art of not giving a f*ck.”Book recommendation, I waited for a friend to buy it it before I bought it. If you are waiting and I am your reason to buy it. Good! Buy this book. I am comfortable saying it is thoroughly amusing.

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Affirmation for myself, I will no longer smoke bongs! : I have to admit thinking about what I want for my blog while listening to The Subtle art of not giving a F*ck & taking my edibles to get to my ideal buzz. Basically, I was wondering with my blog’s following being a good percentage of stoners. If I should come out about a decision I made recently. I mean I smoked a bong and put up a podcast. It was some of the best hits this website got.

However, after consideration, I have decided to come out and say it. I quit smoking marijuana. I am still getting high, I am just no longer smoking marijuana. I am committed to giving up smoking marijuana. (I am writing that down for myself.)

It is has been an ugly addiction to smoke bongs. It isn’t a proper utility method for medicating one’s self. It is unadvanced and primitive. I can’t call myself an aspiring Utilitarian and remain a smoker. I am all for continuing to get medical doses for CBD & THC as a medical marijuana user. However, I can’t continue smoking. So I have switched to edibles.

Edibles

What am I enjoying about giving up the bong? I know mental clarity has increased. I can be high on an edible but still, come by rational thought. (I have stopped getting high as a method to hide my immense focus on recreational education. It is a cultural choice relating to theories of determinism. Get used to it.)

Replacing addiction with activity: Beyond that, I am enjoying the taste of chocolate over the taste of c02. I can get high by putting oil on a cookie now. My ritual has changed but not entirely. Smoking also is something I do to compensate for not getting enough fresh air. So I workout 8 minutes now and again in the backyard now because of the Coronavirus Pandemic it is best to the social distance at this time.

A nasty symptom from too much smoke inhalation: The last thing and honestly the incentive to quit smoking weed was based on a headache that went away once I quit smoking. We have to be careful we are such a dumb ape specie. We burn a plant, inhale a carbon, and somehow despite years of research. Somehow think it is beneficial to our lives.

Why I want to be high at all? I can honestly say the euphoria of a marijuana high for 4-6 hours or sometimes longer feels like a utilitarian benefit to my life at certain times. I don’t want trade organ damage for my high anymore though. A mood-stabilizing Medicine by the practicalities of common health & wellness would commonly be taken orally. I believe CBD & THC is beneficial for my autism in my off time and a necessity mood boost. However, an intoxication nuisance during my productive time.

I’ve had some fun doing bongs and saying stupid stuff. Anyone at 17 years old would think that stupidity is a blast while avoiding all consideration for their body! I think with age has to come weighing considerations in morality & practicality. On a note of morality and practicality… Will, I still call centers pointlessly with the singular goal being getting the agent to waste time with pointless chitchat? Absolutely I will. I am not a monster! I am a chatty Community College Business Grad.

(I am a medical marijuana user. If you want to be one you came to the right place. I leave referral links.)

Please go to…

  • https://sparkcannabis.ca/ – After a consultation. They might connect you with Marijuana Producers in Compliance with Canadian Federal Medical Marijuana law. Personal review: I said medical marijuana THC and CBD helped with my PTSD and autism. They helped me get connected.

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