Thoughts That Hurt to Think #021 – This Land is Their Land!

When I was nine or ten years old, my family moved to rural Montana. There are not a lot of people in Montana; the population has yet to reach a million, and it’s the fourth largest state. That was a major bone of contention for me, as a kid; I wanted to live somewhere with lots of people and a wide array of cultural diversity. It took awhile for me to stop being pissed off at my parents for moving us to the middle of nowhere, and I can tell you exactly what caused the shift. Continue reading “Thoughts That Hurt to Think #021 – This Land is Their Land!”