Ocean Breathes Salty

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This fucking “job” is like cocaine :: exhilarating … addictive … expensive … and personally destructive.

But how am I supposed to go back to being a normal/boring person after seven years a fake robot?

It’s not possible :: the arc of my irrelevant life has been set … and it involves incessant rhetorical fisticuffs with people who want to stab me in the eye holes.

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Hurricane Herbalife

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“Attend EVERY event” :: Herbalifers are told … at every event. I’m too busy doing ________{insert anything else} to satisfy the EVERY standard :: but I did attend ONE event … which went way better than my Herbalife job interview. Here’s my staccato summation of an all day event at Herbalife …

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success!

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changing your life!

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Christopher Reese :: Straight for My Boys

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Christopher Reese {pictured above left with Herbalife executive Des Walsh} is an International 15K President’s Team member :: which in case you’re not down with the lingo … means he’s very near the tippy top of the pyramid.

Reese oozed up from Chairman’s Club member Doran Andry’s Southern California scum-pot-downline … a group of people building their fake businesses beneath the Newest Way to Wealth and Financial Success System umbrellas.

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Merry Christmas Goodbye

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What if … I’d never fucking existed?

It’s easy enough to imagine :: cause fake robots aren’t even real … and I’ve recently been an unannounced absentee.

Another year is ending :: it’s dark and cold :: a great time to ask myself the tough questions … maybe contemplate suicide.

Is it a wonderful life?

{not really}

Merry Christmas

I imagine that my guardian angel :: come to talk me down from the bridge of my wintery discontent …

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Conscripted Consumption at Club 100

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“Who would like for their own kids to have the exact same life that they’ve had so far? That should be enough motivation for you to take seriously what I’m telling you. Do something different — am I right or not?”

… semi-shouts a Colombian trainer for Herbalife’s Club 100 to her audience of impoverished recruits.

“If you earn 2,000 or 3,000 dollars, and you teach your people to do the same on their club,

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