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Eight Quotes by Towa

One can not escape accountability for life’s a good accountant.

Does Intelligence give one power and does Power make one happy?
I don’t think so, but I could be wrong. I’m the wrong person to give a precise answer.

Why challenge others’ philosophies, I challenge the one’s I’ve adopted
those are my adopted-children. Let others worry about their own
and please don’t ask me to babysit them.

Who ever said that, absence makes the heart grow fonder, never dealt with a narcissist.

There are three things in life that leave and never return: Words, Time and Opportunity.
I will throw in Trust as a bonus and only charge you for three.

All the shit they made about me, will end up clearing and making them stink.

I remain Calm, Cooled and Collected maybe cause I take vitamin C and eat organic cucumbers.

I’m minding my own business, drinking my water and talking to God and still some find a problem with that? I can’t win, can’t I!

All eight quotes freshly baked from scratch by yours truly, Towa

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  1. Responding to your eight points:

    1) It’s true. You can’t escape accountability. Accountability is taking credit for your actions. Taking credit without an offsetting debit will throw everything out of balance, which no accountant likes.

    2) Agree. I wasn’t intelligent enough to charge my IPad so it ran out of power. I wasn’t happy.

    3) I’m not opposed to babysitting others philosophies, as long as the compensation is fair.

    4) It’s true that absence doesn’t make the heart grow fonder when dealing with a narcissist, it’s also true that an abscess makes the mouth grow sorer when dealing with a bad dentist.

    5) If I can add to your list of things that leave and never return. My ex-wife.

    6) That’s why I always say to someone hurling insults at me ‘We’re both the same species, the feces you hurl at me will bounce off me and stick to you’

    7) Oh, I C. It takes only 1 C 2 C U R RI, C. UR NA HI C.

    8) I wouldn’t say it’s a problem, rather a question. You say you drinking your water and talking to God. Simultaneously? You’d make a great ventriloquist if that’s the case.

    Thank you for giving me the opportunity to respond to your poem. I think it’s terrific!

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