We are days away from choosing our country's next President. It's been an interesting journey. Exciting times ahead, no doubt. Mak, Tato here are a few things I've learned along the way (for future reference):
Stay positive. Cut the crap. Tell it like it is. Leave the smearing to Mommy's mascara, the whining to the baby next door and the made-up stories of a childhood past to that kid in class with the overactive imagination. Don't call anybody a loser until he's actually lost. Oh, wait.. if he's already lost, he probably already knows that and there's no point in calling him anything. There's actually no point in calling anyone anything anytime. Embrace the idea that your brother loves the color pink, mommy likes black, daddy thinks purple rocks and you only have eyes for brown. Imagine a world without colors. Be ready to defend your choices but accept those made by others. If one day you want to be President of this country, by all means go. Just keep your self-respect and dignity intact. That would account for a mere six years of your life. You have an entire lifetime after that. And you deserve a great life.