Fri Sep 28th, 2007 at 08:43:11 AM EST
You couldn't pay me to live in L.A., my daughter said.
The morals of the father did indeed pass to his children, and this father is proud once again. Another highlight of my life came when my first daughter kicked the Army recruiters out of her store citing the store's no solicitations policy.
Her trip consisted of a pep rally for one of the big box retail chains, hence the choice LA the mecca of our shallow entertainment industry. She said, people were rude(and we are from Boston), the food sucked, and it was "all city". Mind you this very same family completely enjoyed our aufenhalt in Berlin. Deep down inside this means she is now equipped with the intelligence to know the difference.
This father is so relieved she is home. I had that Sept 21 Wall Street put options rumor in the back of my head when she told me the store was sending her to California. I had visions of the false flag operation and the loss of a daughter.
The best part is just seeing how the child I raised held onto her morals and was not much impressed with the promotional hype of DVDs, video games and the entertainment industry and even DisneyLand.
I'm seeing young people in the 911 truth movement. Maybe there is hope.