Saturday, May 26, 2012

Crime Ridden UnEducated East Coast Cities

Huge Rant on East Coast Attitude about Mid-West (Kansas, others) Breeding Terrorists.

by Judge Wyld on Saturday, January 1, 2011 at 12:24pm ·

Crime Ridden UnEducated East Coast Cities
East Coast news casters living in their unrealistic bubbles think that terrorists come from uneducated places. (like Kansas, Nebraska, Dakotas, Montana, Oklahoma? ref: Coverage of groups from these and other middle states.)

1. They think that educated people talk about oprah.
2. They think that educated people go to NFL games.
3. They think that educated people watch evening TV. Reality shows. American Idol.
4. They think that educated people spend their valuable time at candy coffee shops.
5. They think that educated people choose to live in congested cities with traffic jams.
6. They think that educated people cram their kids into organized sports.
7. They think that educated people care about movies that are released each weekend.

Every hunting season thousands of vehicles are parked out on country roads each weekend. Many of those vehicles have sophisticated expensive electronics, expensive extra shot guns, and expensive gear for the truck.  I'll bet that there are even some wallets in there that have a few hundred dollars in them.

There are no cameras mounted on the cornstalks and fences like there are on the streets of the big brother city.  Are there low life, down on their luck, crack heads, out there smashing in windows and stealing hunters ipods?  Or is that just found on every street including the elite neighborhoods of the educated east coast cities.

The Farmers and small town people are nice. I guess they aren't big city educated thieves. Some houses are new. Large. Modern.  Most are middle or lower middle class great older houses with character.  Those houses are ART. East coast snobs who can't appreciate a functioning farm house as living ART are really living with a closed mind.  Those anus focused, tight social circle, artsy bums appear to be very uneducated even in their specialty of art.

I'm an outsider to the farmers and I am one of the academically educated so I know a thing or two about thinking, knowledge, analysis, decision making. It seems that east coast snobs consider knowledge of trivia as 'educated'.  They don't seem to know that people with analytical skills who figure out ways of accomplishing something are the ones who possess the core of education; Thinking and decision making.

A farmer or rancher learns the facts of the science of crops, and the cattle. AND then has to be educated enough to also figure out the weather, the dirt, the depth of moisture, the mechanical equipment, the finances, the human resources, and the thinking amongst the professional network of peers, and then make their educated decisions on their own.

These farm people who appear to be more soundly educated and experienced in making decisions based on complex short term, mid term, and long term probabilistic and consequential factors ....... are clearly more soundly educated and using it than east coast tv studio snobs, and these farm people can even multitask as NICE PEOPLE.

Driving along miles of dirt country roads, these people GREET YOU.  A thick cloud of road dust, bright midday sun in their eyes, 15 degree temperature, and 18 hours of outdoor work to do that day, does not have them thinking of themselves...  They wave to you!  They don't look away.  It's genuine to look you in the eyes even when driving opposite directions.  Its not just a polite meaningless east coast courtesy.

These highly educated Kansas, Montana, Dakotas, Oklahoma people are genuine people.  They aren't going to say...let's do lunch sometime. They are going to say, come by up at the house two sections up the road and have some dinner before you take that long drive back to the city. (no. it is not an invitation to Applebees.) (Btw. Did you know a deli sandwich is easy to make in your own kitchen? It isn't rocket science.)

Here is my problem.  I'm educated. I use it most every day and even sometimes in my professional working life.  The reason I don't go up to these farm houses, ranch houses, and ask to hunt on their land is because I'm not worthy to bother them.  What is it that makes me so special in their day for them to have me go get in their face and ask them to grant me anything. They have it tough. they have it smart, intelligent, educated to the point that their decisions each day make or break their SURVIVAL.

The east coast big town people breed offspring whose biggest decisions are
a. daily, whether they are going to meet their girlfriends, or someone they want to suck up to, for sit down coffee at a candy coffee shop.
b. this week, if they'll go to the mindless NFL game or watch it with their carefully selected other snob friends at a sport bar
c. this year, if they'll schedule in the one charity event again.

Maybe, outside of their bubble, the easterners should take notice when the educated, uncluttered, true grit middle of the country, says something about the direction the idiots of eastern normalized bad behavior have taken this earth. [btw. look at current maps before you use terms like 'mid-west'. I reckon you mid-easterners don't have www. yet.]

There is no wholesome, "oh my, look what I've been missing in life," moment for the people in the educated middle of the country to discover if they ever wasted their time to see you in your cramped quarters of your uneducated big cities.

But it's very real that at times, a big burb bubble baby with a candy coffee in their hand, steps into an old farm house, meets the NON TERRORIST family with their sweet kids and cuddly real animal world cats and working dogs..... AND  AND  AND if they are fortunate, they are educated on the spot with a wholesome, look what I've been missing, MOMENT.  [cancel the remaining lifetime weekly 'Shrink' appointments]

You silver-spooned college tuition paid, shallow, so-called educated, big-mouthed, unanalytical twits and pansies utter such phrases about "the middle of the country is an uneducated place that breeds terrorism."

Shame on you. Pity on you and your keith olberman style thumbsucking, bathtub fetal position life. Get educated.

And to the Kansas Farmer who drove by my hunting vehicle 2 days ago.... Thank you.  I had absentmindedly left the driver side vehicle door wide open as I walked the field with the dog for over two hours. Shot a quail. My extra shotgun, smart phone, two gps units, and my IPAD were all quite visible from the dirt road 5 ft away.  My guess is that you not only drove by slowly to make sure my stuff was safe but also to make sure that there wasn't someone hurt and needing help.  [For you Easterners: That's two snaps and a swoosh for the Farmer.]

Judge Wyld
Art in an Educated Place.

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