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Bad Attitude

There are some people who seem to always have a bad attitude. They complain about anything and everything. These individuals to through life being rude, nasty and generally awful to anyone they feel like taking their frustrations out on. Years ago these people were referred to as having a chip on their shoulder. No matter where they go or what they do everything is no good. It could be they had a bad childhood and truthfully this can start at an early age. Just in the news recently two teens in Harris County, Texas made a daring escape from a horrific mother and her boyfriend. They were handcuffed in the family laundry room. This is a prime example of a parent with a bad attitude taking it out on her children. Not only is this appalling, but frankly it is beyond my comprehension. There are people in the world trying to make it a better place, and primarily at a price. However, there are many free short videos on YouTube trying to help individuals overcome their past and free themselves to start a better life. None of this is easy particularly if a child did have a terrible upbringing. Unfortunately, individuals who have this chip on their shoulders feel entitled to take their nasty attitudes out on all types of people including grocery clerks, at the bank, restaurant waiters and waitresses, other drivers, family members and just about anyone else you can possibly think of. Rarely do these individuals have friends as they are disliked by one and all. That only aggravates the situation even further. The only person with a bad attitude in the Good Gus series was Bad Bart. He demanded chocolate ice cream but Sheriff Gus squared him away. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website www.goodgusbooks.com along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Digitizing for all the books is coming soon!

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