Control revisited

Bullies need control. They are inwardly cowards, unsure of themselves and decidedly insecure, causing them to use whatever assets they might have: strength and size, perhaps, and lord it over others. They are narcissistic and only think of themselves and how to control what I believe they see as a world that they don’t really fit in.

Hence the parking in front of the house, wanting to control it even though it doesn’t belong to the property. Another fun thing on malbor’s property are the signs about peeing, yes, peeing.

I went on Amazon and found the amusing signs that must be removed for lawn mowing. I am very respectful of others but I must admit that even if I were to try to control Stewart as we walk by property, it is tough since he is an animal and does have a decidedly, canine male need to mark his territory.

The signs you see are placed on the property. I am wondering how long they will last this season and if they are going to be placed on sticks so that they will be higher than the snow coverage we get. I am just concerned that we need to have the wherewithal to put the sticks in before a complete freeze. As it now stands, the current, freezing temps may cause a problem.

My question is how does malbor manage to control the wild animals that come by and treat his property like the nature it is.

Life is rough when you are insecure and feel as if you truly don’t fit in your skin, to the point that you need to control and attack others. The thing is that some of us grow from youth to adulthood and learn that we need to figure out who we are, and how we are a part of a world in which we need to be ourselves, but not at a cost to others. One would hope that most of us would learn.

Our current world is showing bullies who get their way. It is truly time to put all bullies in their place.

About Richard Koerner

Sixty something, father, papi, educator, organizer, Francophile, traveler, amateur photographer, gardener, cyclist, kayaker, calligrapher, cinephile, reader, and overall renaissance type human being.
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