The Kennedy family (and the American man) in a nutshell

>Dirt Poor Farmer

>>>Immigrant facing radical hardship

>>>>>>>Shrewd businessman

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Cunning Investor



>>>>>Nostalgic reminiscent modest guy, ultimately beta

>>anonymous herb who gets 60 seconds of fame

>? End?

This little graphic represents a rise and a fall. But the reeeeaaaaallly telling graphic looks like something like this:

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Weathered extreme hardship

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Weathered radical hardship

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Lived through a pretty hard time

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Worked hard


>>>>>>>>>Didn’t lift a finger

>>>What the fuck happened to us


Or maybe it looks like this:

>Shit fuck, gotta fucking eat.

>>>>>Son of a bitch what the fuck am I going to do.

>>>>>>>>>>Damn this is tough.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Hahaha fuckers i’m fucking rocking

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Nooo!!! I can’t ever live up to that!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Too late, gonna fucking party

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>We are all special. I am happy and nice.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Bitches, I’m, you know, fucking unique and shit!!!

To summarize: we became intolerant to hardship and difficulty. We became engorged on self-delusions.

The end.

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2 Responses to The Kennedy family (and the American man) in a nutshell

  1. Zorro says:

    Gotta admit. Fascinating analysis.

  2. FL says:

    I agree with Zorro, this is excellent.

    I remember reading something about how the children of immigrants (Indian, Asian, Eastern European, etc.) were successful, or at least worked very hard at their job or raising their families. The advantages disappeared with 3rd generation immigrants.

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