Open house – Blog No. 9


Open house means anyone can enter the premises.  The best kind of premises to let anyone enter are empty ones.  That way, nothing can go missing, or get damaged.  The other advantage to throwing open empty premises is that when the space becomes occupied it is clear to see who it is that you have inside.  That kind of absolute clarity is helpful when you need to identify arseholes and bounce them out.

It is possible to keep your house closed.  That is simply a choice that needs making.  Keeping your doors locked is guaranteed to keep undesirables from frequenting the premises, but at times it makes more sense to let them enter to find out what exactly their business is.  If they have legitimate business in your house they will be able to prove that to you should you ask.  And if it were me – and my house – I would always ask.  If they cannot give you good enough reason for their presence then they are trespassing and it will be necessary to bounce them out.

‘Open Sesame’ is one of many incantations, others being such as ‘Sim Salabim’ and perhaps even the time-trialled ‘Africadabra’.  That one is perhaps my favourite of all magic words.  All magic words open houses.  It is important to know what words open which houses and whether it is a wise idea to utter them without thinking.  If it were me – and my utterances – I would always think first.  If you speak out of turn, your own house might burn down.

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  1. Dear Sir:
    I would like to discuss with you about the powerful benefits of Veterans of the Vietnam War because we are the same as American veterans or so-called is like the American citizens when we were together fighting for the heart of the America policy, but you are the powerful benefits of veterans of the Vietnam War, but we are the Vietnamese paid soldiers of the America when we did not have any benefits of the Vietnam War.
    First, we have taken an oath loyalty to did not only be loyal with our American flag but also were loyal to the America Constitution again because we were duty fighting against to the communism. In fact, our enemy did not forgive you or us.
    Second, as you have understood about the laws of War Power than us, but you seemed to forget yourselves since you had taken oath loyalty under the American flag and America Constitution if you we, the Vietnamese American paid soldiers of the United States of America have forgot our oath loyalty and loyal America Constitution, so we must send to prison jailed by the American Court.
    Third, if you were unable to understand about the prisoner of the Vietnam War by the heart of the America policy, you should ask John McCann and you should find out to International Laws of Wars when a invader has had betrayed its friendships as like the Vietnamese American of veterans. For example, Canada and Australia were followers of the United States, but they are offering the veterans benefits to the Vietnamese Americans paid soldiers when they have come to the these nations. According to the United States to be super nations, but it was deceiving for the weak and stupid men as like us.
    Finally, you are almost of American scholars when you understood about the International Laws of Wars than the Vietnamese American paid solders, but you have been cheating us when the American invader of the Vietnam War that had the Constitution and Congress have approved the Vietnam War. But you have swallowed your oath loyalty in yourselves, you have never ashamed in one’s self. Therefore, I have created a children’s book in order to teach the American children that they will not follow the bad ways of their fathers in order to teach them to be respectful themselves and will ever deceive to any weak men again. As you understand about President Lincoln, so I would to borrow his words to remind you when he said: “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the People all the time.” that is the powerful benefits of veterans of the Vietnam War.

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