I’m so sooo sick of sooo much. It makes this Neurotic Man want to throw up. Except of course that could get very messy, and mess is not a Neurotic Man thing. At least for this one. There’s the bosses, first of all, dumber than rocks but with much more of a swagger. This is not the quality and sort of Caesar I envisioned. Then there are the politicians who could only beat a lie detector test if they knew how to beat a lie detector test. And last of all but most prevalent of all there’s just about everybody else, miserable and alone, afraid and mean (most so minutely aware they don’t realize they are mean.
I’ve got to find a Shangri-La. Somewhere to go to ground. A ground that is hallowed to some Indian tribe (hey, I need all the religious stuff I can muster) and where there are hardly any people and which is clean. Very clean. Also, away from all these lies and deceptions. Word tricks and sleight of hand. With a modern grocery store. Perhaps Pismo Beach? Or Shell? Having beach in the area’s name is probably not a bad thing. Maybe it should be a requirement.
But if this Neurotic Man moves to a beach community then I guarantee you the area will become very popular. Not because of me but just my luck. Who would ever of thunk it?
I must be exact about my research – I can’t afford to blow it. Literally, I can’t afford to blow it. A brilliant idea galloped across my poor Neurotic Man brain. To find the best place to live first eliminate the worst*. And I found an article for this.
This process will slow things a bit but after all, it is my process. A Neurotic Man must be faithful to his (or her) roots. : http://www.amazon.com/Neurotic-Man-Richard-Georges-ebook/dp/B00A6TOK24
*”Are you thinking of relocating somewhere in the States? Make sure you take a look at the 12 worst places to live in the US before you make any decisions about your next home base. We’ve compiled this list by considering crime reports, annual median incomes, air quality, climate, poverty levels and unemployment rates. Find out which American cities you should avoid based on these factors. Maybe you’re tempted by the cultural scene that New Orleans offers, but you might want to rethink moving to a city that’s been named the “murder capital of the country.” http://www.destinationtips.com/destinations/12-of-the-worst-places-to-live-in-the-us/