Skip to comments.Henry Rollins' Letter to a Young American
Posted on 04/27/2012 6:46:42 AM PDT by Daffynition
Henry Rollins: Young person, youll find in your life that sometimes your great ambitions will be momentarily stymied, thwarted, marginalized by those who were perhaps luckier, come from money, where more doors opened, where college was a given--it was not a student loan; it was something that Dad paid for--to where an ease and confidence in life was almost a birthright, where for you it was a very hard climb. Okay, that happens all the time. Some of the greatest Americans, some of the greatest thinkers, artists, architects, politicians and other movers, shakers and creators all over the world have come from very meager beginnings like my favorite American Abraham Lincoln. And so, just because you come from nothing you must not let that be something that holds you back.
And you will encounter people who never have to pay in full. They get to wreck the room and never have to clean it. They can get all the way through high school and never understand where a dollar comes from because they just get it given to them. I went to school with guys like that. Youve had presidents like that. Youve had friends like that and youve suffered.
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He was in a movie with Charlie Sheen called the Chase and he played a cop with a show like Cops in his squade car, very funny character.
Screw Rollins. He’s a liberal POS and an idiot. He thinks he is a genus but he is very wrong.
His music sucks too.