Mind your own beeswax
What happened to “mind your own beeswax” these days?
What has happened to our society – where everyone is a busybody meddling with the lives of other people. You can’t make a move these days without someone violating the “mind your own beeswax” policy that had normally been adhered to by decent human beings.
This not only causes disruption, economic stress and annoyance – it further adds to the “nanny state” that our environs have become.
Worry about your own car!
Recently in Hoboken, some busybody saw what they THOUGHT was a baby in the back seat of a car. Because people cannot actually think clearly anymore – the emergency crews that arrived on scene smashed the window only to find out it was a god-damn doll.
Five seconds worth of “careful observation” would have prevented this. Not even worrying about what other people have in the back seat of their car is a better idea.
Kids can’t be kids anymore
When I was growing up – there was a neat thing called “going outside to play.” That is apparently not allowed these days, and even considered criminal.
You see this lady who got arrested because her 7-year old was enjoying his life?
Maybe this is why – when we drive around various places in New Jersey – we hardly see people outside anymore. Because they’ve been indoctrinated into thinking it’s a big, bad scary world filled with rapists, pedophiles and murderers.
Live your own life – and let others do the same
Sucks that now this is a danger of “going outside in public,” because some asshole feels it’s their duty to “report” things they may or may not have accurate information about.
Additionally, the “nanny state” we live in now – where we have to call some “authority” to help is a bad trend to continue. Just a few decades ago, people were able to manage 99.9% of situations amongst themselves. Now, before any “understanding,” people just dial 911. “Un-Do” that line of thinking NOW.
Because the same people who “rat on others,” may very well have Child Protective Services ringing their doorbell one day – and that is something you DO NOT WANT.
And since when is it the responsibility of the “community” to bother with how other families live? Another bad trend to be on. Where the kids no longer belong to the family, but to the community and/or “state.”
Again – if everyone followed common law, we’d be just fine.
- Do as you’ve agreed to do.
- Do not infringe on another persons property or being.