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The value of hard work

The value of hard work
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survivalistOver the past few months I have been harping on thieves and welfare leaches.  Maybe its time for a change of pace?  Maybe we should talk about the value of hard work.  One thing is for sure, neither welfare parasites and thieves understand what its like to do a hard days work.

If are drawing social benefits because you faked a disability, or are too lazy to work, you need to click off this site because this article is going to be over your head.  Describing hard work to a welfare parasite, is like describing what its like to be a brick to a twinkie.

A work crew says “we are going to build a way with bricks”.  Mud says “do what?  You are going to build a wall with what?  There is no way I can build that wall.”  Thats right mud, you are not going to build a wall.  Well, you can build an adobe wall out of mud bricks.  but building an adobe wall takes a lot of work.  As we all know, welfare parasites do not like to work.

Workers = bricks

Mud = welfare parasites*

*Not that mud is really a welfare parasites.  Mud stinks, its running, and it can be nasty; kinda like what welfare leeches are like.

Back to the story.

Nations are not built with mud, nations are built with bricks and steel and hard work and sweat and sacrifice.

Roads are not built with mud, roads are built with hard work, sweat and asphalt.

Ships are not built with mud, ships are built with hard work, steel, welding machines, cranes, and lots of sweat.

Forest are not cleared with mud, they are cleared with bulldozers, skitters, chainsaws, hard work and sweat.

Well, on second thought, forest can be cleared with mud, when there is a mudslide.  Lets think about that mudslide idea for a minute.  You want to know what a mudslide reminds me of?  A welfare bum rush.  A bum rush is when a bush of people rush into a store, grab everything they can, and run away.  That is how the lazies are with the welfare office.  They rush in to the welfare office, get all the benefits they can.  then they run home to get back on the internet.

What is the difference in a mud slide wiping out a forest, and welfare bums rushing the welfare office?  One destroys forest, the other destroys a nation.

Hard workers are like bricks.  We hold up under pressure, we make stuff, and we look good while we build stuff.

Before modern road construction materials, bricks were used to make roads.  Even though the road rough, the bricks got the wagons, horses and people up and out of the mud.

Lets think about that for a minute – in ancient times, bricks held society up, and out of the mud.  Isn’t that the way it is today?  the workers hold society up.  The people that do the hard, sweaty and nasty work are the bricks that makes everyday life possible for the rest of us.

Without bricks separating the mud from society, society as we know it would come to an end.

Mud makes it hard for the rest of society to operate.  Mud slows everything down, tires get clogged, the roads get slippery, progress slows to a snails pace.

Bricks on the other hand, they are used to make society what it is today.

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Kevin Felts was born and raised in southeast Texas, graduated from Bridge City high school Bridge City Texas, and attended Lamar College in Port Arthur Texas. Hobbies include fishing, hiking, hunting, blogging, sharing his politically incorrect opinion, video blogging on youtube, survivalism and spending time with his family. In his free time you may find Kevin working around the farm, building something, or tending to the livestock
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