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Spike Spencer is totally negative about negativity:

In a moment I will show you why we should all be happy and should be thanking these ridiculous politicians selling us all down the river. Or up $#!* Creek without a paddle, whichever you prefer. But first, allow me to get a little wordy on something about which I am very passionate.

There is something that I, and most successful people in this world, do when times get tough. We refuse to participate in the negative spiral. I was recently re-reading the fantastic book mentioned above in order to clear my head of the swirling vomitous miasma that is news these days. And it, once again reminded me of something. When times get tough, the tough get tweaking. And no that’s not a drug reference. That is the constant attitude adjustment and effort to remain positive in the face of seemingly unending negatives. And believe me folks, it ain’t easy.

I quoted Spencer’s bio the last time he posted, but since he’s taken pains to describe himself as “successful,” it’s worth reposting:

He has voiced hundreds of episodes of Japanese Anime including such notable titles as “Evangelion,” “Battle Angel,” “Suikoden,” “Orphen,” “Spriggan,” “Nadesico,” “Mar,” “PreTear,” “Buso Renkin,” and “Bleach.” His video game credits include WOW-The Burning Crusades, Tales of Vesperia, Steambot Chronicles, Star Ocean 2, and many others. Spike has also lent his voice to numerous radio and TV commercials.

He has written two self published books and has several screenplays in various stages. He is an avid traveler and sailor out of Marina Del Rey. In addition, Spike has his hands in many fields including Real Estate Investment, Photography, Cooking, Public Speaking and Self Improvement/ Relationships.

Yes, voicing  Attumen the Huntsman in a WOW expansion pack is totally the definition of success for any Hollywood actor.  Be careful, Spike, I’d hate to see those liberal Hollywood moguls take revenge on you for your outspoken conservatism.

See, most people dwell in the negative. Why? Well, because it’s easy. It’s easy to simply agree when someone says life is hard, I can’t get ahead because of “The Man,” or my butt really does look big in these jeans. Okay, the last one’s more neutral, but probably true. Someone had to say it. It’s easy not to speak up and disagree; to simply go with the flow and allow lower expectations. The trick is to know when to take a stand. We all have a choice (at least for now anyway). And I say always choose the positive. Granted the positive is actually the negative answer in the eternal “Jeans” question. FYI.

Say it loud and say it proud!  I HAVE A SKINNY ASS!  WOOOO!

So here’s some “happy fodder” for you to ponder. Life moves in cycles. We go up, we go down. There is good, there is bad. Oprah gets big, Oprah gets thin. Ah, the circle of life. These cycles will work for us conservatives as well. And the way things are going, we could be looking at a fairly quick backlash against this ultra liberal juggernaut we are seeing now. Look at all the amazing uprisings of so many tea parties not even 100 days in. Witness Barack Obama’s backhanded optimism in listing negative after negative after negative and then a slight, “but we will persevere.” How uplifting. No plans, no real stimulus, zero new ideas. The lefties in the Congress and Senate now reaching a level of smuggery that only self-loving Hollywood elites used to pull off. Truly amazing. And quite off putting. YAY!

Didn’t we see this during Clinton’s terms? Why yes, yes we did. And then we had a Republican landslide in the midterms. As more and more people understand and see the truth of what the left, or should I say, this left stands for; there will be a backlash. The tide will turn and clearer heads will prevail.

I like how he accuses Democrats of being smug during a spectacularly smug paragraph.  Thing is, when the tide turned ’94, and again ’06, it was because the minority party seriously re-evaluated its priorities, strategies, and leadership, and focused all efforts on finding a new way to speak to the American people.  Saying, “Oh, these other guys are jerks, so we will inevitably win in the long-run.  Palin 2012!” isn’t doing that.  Not that I mind.  By all means, more of this please.


Written by dieblucasdie

April 19, 2009 at 1:12 am

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  1. I don’t think the words “self-published” and “successful” belong in the same writeup.


    April 19, 2009 at 10:23 pm

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