The First Day Of A New Job

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We have all had to start over. Today is a training day for me, on a new Job. I have never been one to blindly follow any kind of rule and this job is once again in the government’s pocket. I admit that the idea of working for a another government puppet turns my stomach.

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The nice thing about AnarchyEmpowered is I can coordinate our efforts state side in the events that I cross the sea one last time, before I breath my last breath.

With every attack I am reminded that my health is much more fragile than it was 20 years ago. I guess that is why I am happy to be a temp again. I am not in a hurry to die, and as I loose feeling in my extremities and my vision continues to fail I am forced to admit that these hard labor jobs are not going to be available to me forever.

When the Doctor told me this last time that he wants to put me on Disability because of my blood disorder, I listened to him but only partly. I left Smak Plastics, because I was tiered of going to the E.R. with things that could have been prevent if I learned to stand up for my own limitations and communicated that certain working conditions were making me sick. But that is water under the bridge.

I have a Temp job until October, but I have a interview this Friday with the University of Paris. I guess the circumstances with both Kristina trying to get me to pay for an abortion that I would have never supported, and Smak, Put things in prospective for me. This job would mean that I could work from anywhere, which is perfect because I found a wonderful woman who is too rooted in her community for me to ask her to pick up her bags and go, even more important, I like the idea of staying somewhere.

My phone is at 14% and the app my not save this post. So I am going to find a USB port to charge up. Have I ever told you guys how much I hate not having an unstable life? I guess that is why I can relate to the homeless. However, I have been blessed with knowledge of human nature which has served me well in theses adventures.

While I may never have what most call a proper home, I will always have sources of income. I will always do my best to keep my bills down to manageable levels. I will always have dual citizenship, which gives me the freedom to live the life that I do. I am a Gypsy and proud of the fact. I will never ask the Taxpayer to take up my cause. The friends that I keep I have for life and would gladly put my life down to protect them.

No national anthem will ever divide us. No Politics would ever get In-between us. We are brothers in arms, we share more than the Red, White and Blue colors on our flags. America’s freedom is owed to a French Monarch.

Nichole is out working a double and I am looking at satellite phones to keep things going. I pray that the interview goes well. I have four kids who are counting on me an Nichole needs a break from these long hours. This job for the University of Paris would take us both off of Welfare or out of the tax bracket anyway. May the Lord be with us.

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Anthony Antolic has a full-time job working at Derect Marketing Solutions in Vancouver Washington. He runs Anarchy Empowered on the side. Anthony feels it is important to bring back morality for the sake of our culture.