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07/30/2012

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Guest 8

I love watching you live a life that’s true to you, a life that fulfills you, the life that’s 100% you.

E.C. Henry

Hey Guest 8, you do know that this post was originally written in 2012, right?

#cluingyouin

It's 2022 now! 10 years have past since I first aired this post!

Guest 8

And it gets better everytime I read it!

#10MoreYears!

E.C. Henry

Thanks for the kind words, Guest 8. A lot of my old posts make me want to puke, but it's all about being social, giving it the ol' college try; learning and growing.

Hopefully, my posts have been getting better over time. The trajectory sure has changed. Less rom-com stuff, occasional political views banters, Lit Expression explanations.

I'm here to entertain ya, broh!

Guest 8

Yeah, actually, keep the political stuff on the QT. You're not a particularly sophisticated social thinker. There's a reason you have ZERO friendships.

E.C. Henry

I don't think anyone should suppress their views, Guest 8. Concerning politics I think EVERYONE should be actively involved and care about this country and greater world around them.

You're right, I don't consider myself an elite mind when it comes to politics, money matters, or the economy. There are lots of people who are better at that than me.

Still, I forge on, trying to stand for what's right and good. Jesus is Lord is my foundation atop which I build.

Guest 8

You don't consider yourself an elite mind? What college did you go to?

E.C. Henry

Good morning Guest 8!

College wise I got an Associates in Arts degree from Green River Community College in 1989. I got a certificate in Electronics from Renton Technical College in 1993. Did a little of a quarter at the University of Washington in 2000, was going for a degree in computer science until I realized the bridge was too far for me to cross when it came to the mathematics requirement. Had a blast going to the University of Washington until I pulled the plug on it.

And no, I don't consider myself an elite mind. I've been around real smart people and found that things come a lot easier for them than they do for me.

Guest 8

I think you're being too hard on yourself.

E.C. Henry

Why thanks, Guest 8! FINALLY some positive vibes before I start my morning session of writing before going to work.

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