For the people who want to tell me and others what to do in life: A Rant and Proclamation

8 Mar

-For the Uncensored!

There’s nothing more than a moment to say, “You know what really grinds my gears” moment than now. It’s the family members who have to be the person to “want to help you” and offer there advice on what and how to make money. I think those people are suffering from small dick energy anyway. I don’t know how. If you’re richer than I am, maybe you should be minding your own goddamn business. If me wanting to pursue my life as an artist offends you this much, don’t say anything. If someone wants to pursue being an artist, leave them alone and let them figure it out. My job is to point out how idiotic we are and the government and the elites who look down on me and the readers and listeners who like me, or at least tolerate me. As a matter of fact, if you find it so egregious, go have sex with Joe Biden and then maybe he might give you more money. I think people who work in the government are better whores than prostitutes, but at least prostitutes are more serious as a trade than government workers. There’s more honesty in prostitution than in government work, because at least prostitutes don’t have to pay taxes at the end of the day. 

            I think wealth doesn’t mean you have to be ultra-famous for what you do. That’s for the people who don’t realize the work I put into writing. Before I started blogging, I was writing about 5,000 words a day, on average, which is more words than most people write in there lives. I am editing my novels now as we speak, and publishing online. I have over 19 published novels of the 83 I have written. Not to brag, because I don’t brag until I have the upper hand. I’m sure that people do probably publish than I do, but I wanted to have enough raw material to go on so I don’t have to worry about writing fiction ever again. Now, it’s not like I’m better than anyone who reads me. I know I’m full of shit, but the deception with certain family members, and maybe some of yours too, dear reader and listener, is that they think I can be there mini me, when I have my own life to live. As you do too.

            Artists don’t ever achieve success in their life, but I hope that when I die, I get extremely wealthy and it will prove that it wasn’t for nothing. But I’m wealthy because I have an excellent vocabulary that’s higher than government workers do.

            If we are going to take the idea that prostitutes have a more prosperous job than government workers, artists must feel the same yearning that prostitutes do. They are free agents and they are better at what they do because artists can writer for whoever they want. Before the days of Pay on Demand publishers allowing people to write, writers were very limited, and technology didn’t allow that type of freedom.

            Prostitutes do represent themselves and they can sometimes be picky about who they have sex with, sometimes for their own safety. They can now work as free agents and don’t need pimps to handle their bodies for them. It’s a woman’s choice to be a whore or a housewife, and artists have the right to be whores too.

            Prostitutes do though have to fear the police, and considering the wisdom that both artists and prostitutes have in common. Prostitution requires consent between two adults and currency is transferred between the two. Artists require consent of the audience in order to capitivate them, or pull them in. Artists and prostitutes have something in common too.

            Writers now don’t have to stay on publishers, as writers did, or women had to rely on men, pimps, to help them generate income. What is dishonorable is saying “prostitution is bad” which is a blanket statement.

            With stardom, celebrities are dealing in likeability and the physical form they keep up with in gyms, and allowing the individual to fantasize about having sex with them, is what keeps the imagination going in an artist’s life. I am communicating to you, and this is our form of intercourse. 

            While prostitutes, for a long time, was a shameful act, but it’s what you learn from prostitution gives you an advantage. You can deny men any access at the door or refuse them if you don’t like who they are. And prostitutes scoff at Instagram models who have husbands, and they can sell pictures and create only fans accounts. 

            And young men pay for a fantasy that they would never be able to have. Artistry is like a form of prostitution. If you are selling yourself for nothing, you will get nothing. If you maintain a price, they will have to pay. Paying for wisdom is no more different than paying for a prostitute. You, the trick, is trading in your awkwardness and inability to talk to women, as the prostitute releases you from your state of inertia. 

            When a man comes inside a woman, and enjoys it, he’s calm. Instagram models live for is starving men for attention, and while writers give out more than Instagram models, it’s the prostitute that uses her flesh as wares to create currency, while Instagram models use the appearance to create an only fans site and never have to meet men in order to attain her currency. 

            Real Prostitutes, sex workers, laugh at Instagram models and find it rather innocuous that house wives can make ten times more than they do, and it is betraying one simple thing. The pleasure and release of sexual experience. 

            Writers have to provide that release as well. Writers, artists, musicians, podcasters, whatever you can fill in, creates a wealth of feelings, intellect, and experience curated in words, art, and to be genuine. 

            Prostitutes, IG models, and writers can be all three. If currency is what you want in life, you can go to a gas station and do that too. Most people shouldn’t be prostitutes, Instagram models, or writers, because it’s not what most people can do. If people have riches and they are millionaires and they are mad at me being poor, maybe that’s their problem, not mine. 

            There are ways to make money outside of a 9 to 5, and the choice to do it is my own, and anyone who wants to make money in ways that don’t require you to show up at a job. What is worst is that family members think they have it all down. I have no assumption toward my family, and there booze intake that allows them to hide away and work from home. 

            You think that being an artist, prostitute, or IG model is easy, it might be, but the worry is there. How will you make money, and I am finding out ways to figure that out. But it’s a constant every day work life. The best part is that I am using my talents, while prostitutes and IG models have the comfort of using there flesh to get money, artists have to do the same. 

            I see myself as a free agent who can talk about anything he wants. I have no boss and no one owns my writing or thoughts or opinions. Try getting someone fired when you own the company. 

            Cancel Culture should attack IG models who don’t even provide basic human pleasure, and there content is again, not provide by intellect. Prostitutes are not stupid people, and nor are IG models, but it’s the trick that pays for all wares. Be it words, pictures, or an hour with a prostitute. 

            While many would tell me “to get a job,” I would say, “Did you cure cancer?” and they say “no” and I would counter “how would your advice benefit me if you can’t even solve your own sadness of being wealthy when you don’t have my respect and can’t even cure cancer with what you do?” Again, I don’t want to cure cancer because I wanted to be an artist. Artists jobs are to create drama and mystery and entertainment and create discussion. 

            If the medical degree was so great, then why can’t nurses and doctors cure death? A 9 to 5 job won’t solve the pain you suppress in order to make a living. And my job, as a fiction writer, is to bring you along the journey with me on the pain that life has to offer. If I can’t solve it, let’s have fun and discuss and listen to each other.

            What is hard to take is that snobby elite who thinks that what I do “won’t pay.” If I had to work in the government, I would rather opt out for artistry, because I don’t have to follow rules that I don’t find applicable to my tastes. I don’t have to go to a committee and ask for there permission to publish something.

            And worshipping celebrity is another type of fallacy that boomers were lost to, like it’s an institution. If you have watched the making of a film, you can gather what assholes movie stars are. But if they are telling me to “do something else” I can say, “Then go work at Wendy’s” and the conversation goes, “Well I’m famous,” and I say, “Maybe fame is based on relativity, and from where I sit, you aren’t relative to my experiences.”

            That’s why famous people can’t be online. They want the fame and not have to be reminded of how much they whored themselves out to movie producers and sucking them off to get a role. Prostitutes probably have more money than celebrities do because they don’t have to pretend they are something else. Maybe prostitutes enjoy sex, and porn stars are more fulfilled than movie stars are. 

            Writers can learn and experience it in the same way, too. They don’t have to be a whore to know what it must feel like, and research and putting yourself in another person’s shoes is akin to what regular people go through. And experiencing it for yourself can help too. Not for drugs though, but that’s your preference

If people say that being an artist is “disease with no real payoff” then I say, “Go fix your alcoholism before you talk to me sideways.” If you think I’m such a bad person, then go the fuck the away. Stop harassing people online and get a life. I don’t hate the common man. The common man or woman is not to blame for the anger presented. Most of the common workers want a way out of life, and relying on prostitutes, and art, calms the soul. It gives you direction. It takes away anxiety. That’s why prostitution should be made legal. But it would take the shame and degradation news casters use it on other politicians when they make a mistake. The regular people pay my bills, and I thank you for that. The least I can do is make fun of the elites.

            If getting married solved the problem of unhappiness, then it would make spouses not cheat on each other. I wish Conservatives would realize this. I don’t judge others for going to prostitutes, watching porn, reading fiction, writing, having an imagination, because that’s not my place. And if I do, it’s a joke. 

            I think it’s the prudish well-being of elite educational hypocrites that think it’s best to tell people how to think and feel. Today, if you want to be a prostitute, Instagram model, or an artist what to think, maybe you should leave them alone and get a therapist. They can reinforce what you think, I won’t. 

            So, I’m wealthy, just not in the same way certain family members are. Go end up like Jeffrey Epstein and see how long you last. Your money and status won’t save you forever. It didn’t help Jeffrey Epstein, because all the morality against artists, Instagram models, or prostitutes will not solve the problem of death. The problem of solving the present is what we have when we will have no life experience to give, at the end of our life. What’s worse, when Tim Dillon says, having “so much life experience but no wisdom”?

Louis Bruno is the author of more than 15 books, including, The Michael Project, The Michael Project: Book 2: The Lost Children of Eve, Thy Kingdom Come, The Disintegrating Bloodline, Apocalypse Soldier, Hierarchy of Dwindling Sheep. His books can be found on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Lulu. He can be found on Gab, https://gab.com/thereallouistbruno, Minds https://www.minds.com/lbruno8063/, and Parler https://parler.com/profile/therealLouistbruno/posts. Instagram @lbrruno8063 and @louisbrunoofficialbook. He has written for the Intellectual Conservative and Ephemere. His latest, Come Home, Young One, a dark fantasy novel is out now at Lulu.com. Link is here: https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/louis-bruno/come-home-young-one/hardcover/product-pw8q7z.html?page=1&pageSize=4

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