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How do you change a "Culture" opposite of yours? #47851 09/30/17 04:08 PM
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Serious question? How do you Hope and Change back from a culture
that blames and incites and excuses Bad behavior in general?

You WONT have a future in America without "Working".
You WONT have a future in America without an "Education".
You WONT have a future in America selling and using drugs.
You WONT have a future in America breaking laws.

This is not directed at anyone in particular. Just common sense.
I was taught to mow lawns as a kid. I was taught respect.
I was taught to do your best and be dependable. Just common sense.

There are MANY folks who have never had a job but fast food. I know
that sounds crazy but how can you accept the worst possible job and
say that you must be paid $15 an hour doing next to nothing?

If you dont have a skill level then you dont get paid for nothing.
There are many ways to work and learn on the job but that makes
no sense to folks that SELL drugs and have no future plans.

My advice: Learn to fit in. Learn to respect. Learn to dress nice.
Learn to speak clearly and be positive and things will change quickly. flag



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Re: How do you change a "Culture" opposite of yours? [Re: BernieOfCarthageTx] #47922 10/12/17 08:01 PM
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You may not be able to unless society starts to enforce accountability. Those like you described don't really want to be part of civil society


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