A better man than I …

I’ve posted a link below to an event run by my ex landlord’s son, the same landlord that decided he’d steal £600 from my deposit. So, why on earth would I be going out my way to help promote the progeny of such an individual, an individual who, in moments of weakness I would gladly extract my ‘pound of flesh’ from.

A good question, and one that even as I type this, has the circling demons (my demons circle, hover, gather in droves over my shoulder, huddle in dark corners and hide my coffee mug) chattering in disbelief in my ear.

Am I looking to garner karma points?
Alas to do that, my intentions would have to be void of all malice and laced with an affirmation of pure good and benevolence.

While I’m trying to be a good, kindly and a god fearing (fearing? shouldn’t that be loving?) individual, murky waters kinda stop my good intentions from rising to the top, so, while the odd inclination or two manages to bubble to the surface, I’ll lay down my piece and move on.

1) The sins of the father should not be laid upon the son
2) Doing this, means that I am at least trying to be a better man
3) I believe the event might hold interest for some

I don’t think events like this happen much in Luton, could be wrong, but I’m sure there’s enough ‘geeks’ in my field of operations who would find such an event fun and of course the fact that it’s at our old dojo, may provide a little extra interest.

So there it is, I can hear my demons chattering and planning their own pieces of mischief and mayhem for me, but I’m done now.

Have fun, live long and prosper ….

“Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.”
― Oscar Wilde

https://www.evensi.uk/manic-venture-convention-16…/204093738