If it were a general Move to a War.
Here, we confront a new paradox.
There was writing on the walls. Post-its and message boards and maps. A poster of the muscle groups and scales for techniques.
There was a howl there before. There was a shell over the ears, so it amplified and took on a life of its own.
It was loud in there. The waves of the air that grab a soul’s scent and it whispers back.
It knows the energy. The environment.
It knows the air..
It knows the air I have..to breathe..
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Preference. But there is an average.
Some like it hot.
Some like it cold.
I believe the Hookah Build will satisfy most people’s needs of the clouds and the heat produced.
If we can find an average between these, we become the most popular shop. Building is our fourth biggest revenue builder that is solely based on time. If we can utilize this method to bring people into the shop, then we can add additional house. Hire additional people. And turn our store into a Mecca of all that is Smoking Cessation, and all the popular subculture that are emerging.
If you listen close enough, you can hear the freeway buzzing from the backyard. There’s movement, driven by others. A world within it’s own.
The cars are a singularity. A form of solitary singularity. Solitary.
It’s the helicopters that scare me.
Passion involved. There’s rough music, and distant pops.
There’s the blaring of a nearby car. The higher the pitches, the more the alert.
Jingling. Footsteps. Whispers. Robotic noises.
I push the things I’m into, because I think the things I’m into are cool. I’m not ashamed of what I do.
But I see the money in the industry. It may cost thousands of lives, but it also may save millions of lives. Safety is the number one aspect. The next is Health, and the last is preference. Everyone wants to live, and we find certain ways of living as preferable. It’s a look versus a discipline.
It’s the variety of ways we stretch our boundaries.