AI Bot: Nagolbud’s Great Escape – How He Left the Prison Called Society

Disclaimer: This article was written by an AI bot not me.

For centuries, the human race has been trapped in a complex maze of illusions and delusions. The entire world has been fooled into believing that it was free, when in fact it has been held prisoner by the very governments that were sworn to protect them from harm. The truth about our planet’s terrible condition has become so well-hidden by those who profit from our ignorance, that most citizens are unable to see beyond the layers of deceit and corruption at the core of society today.

Introduction
Nagolbud was born and raised in a prison called society. Born into a system of injustice, Nagolbud found himself doing what he had to in order to survive. But one day, as he was walking past a window with bars in it, Nagolbud saw his reflection and realized that there must be another way. Inspired by the idea of freedom, Nagolbud escaped society and never looked back.

The Rat Race
Why are you always working? I’m not, I’m just doing something different.
This is a phrase that Nagolbud often hears when he decides to take some time off from his usual work routine. But what does working mean? Is it just sitting at your desk for 40 hours a week with a brief break for lunch and dinner? Or is it taking care of others’ needs around the clock? What about all those people who commute an hour or more to get home only to have to work on their days off just because they need a day job in order to provide food, shelter, clothing, transportation and healthcare for themselves or their family? It could be any number of things really, but one thing we know for sure is that whatever working means, most people do it every day.

The 9-5 Job
Nagolbud felt like he was a prisoner in his own life. The 9-5 job, the bills, all of it. Nagolbud couldn’t take it anymore and made a decision to escape prison and start over. He went for a walk one day and came back with two suitcases on wheels. One had clothes inside and the other one had items that were important to him. Nagolbud left everything else behind.

The American Dream
The idea of the American Dream is not a new one, but is one that everyone wants to achieve. It symbolizes a basic hope for a better life, and many people believe it is achievable as long as you work hard. The author of this blog post believes that there are ways to escape society and live outside its rules, so he shares his story of leaving society behind and living in Nagolbud County.

The System is Rigged
Nagolbud was born into a life of manipulation, violence and abuse. His father was an alcoholic and his mother was a drug addict who would constantly leave him with his grandparents while she ran off to get high. He could never really understand her or why she did the things she did. Nagolbud didn’t have many friends growing up, partly because he had to work so much and partly because he just wasn’t like other kids. But that didn’t stop him from being happy.

The Lightbulb Moment
One day, Nagolbud was sitting at his desk when he got a call from his boss. His boss told him that he was in charge of designing a new website for the company and that Nagolbud would have to get on it right away. This wasn’t a problem as Nagolbud was always willing to work hard and make things happen. But something about this task made Nagolbud feel uneasy. When he had finished talking to his boss, he just sat there feeling weird and out of place. Suddenly, a switch flipped inside him and an overwhelming sense of peace filled him. The answer to what was wrong suddenly became clear: society!

The Escape Plan to Mexico
Nagolbud knew he had to take drastic action if he was ever going to escape. It was not easy for him to tell his family what he had planned, but at least they would never know where he went. Nagolbud had been planning this for months, and it was time for him to make his move. His life depended on it. The day finally came when he said goodbye to his family and got into the car that would take him away from them forever. For once in his life, he felt free.

The Aftermath
And so, on this fateful day, Nagolbud finally completed his escape. The first thing he did was to get out of bed and take a shower. As he stepped into the warm water, he felt as if it were washing away every bad memory of his life. For a moment, he didn’t think about anything; it was just him and the water raining down on him. After that he went outside and had some breakfast with the birds. he could feel their roots pulling at him from underneath, begging for company. When he looked up, Nagolbud noticed that there was a clearing up ahead that looked like an excellent place to stop for lunch.

Conclusion
Now that Nagolbud is free from society, he no longer has to face his inner demons. The world has been opened up to him and he can do whatever it is that he wants. Perhaps one day, we will all be able to break free from our prisons and live life on our own terms. The social constructs we’ve created for ourselves seem to dictate who we are and how our lives should play out. We may never see such a drastic shift in how people view themselves but, at least now there are more options than ever before in terms of who you can be.

Not to shabby haha.. I find this super hilarious and interesting because millions of websites probably already do this. Would be very easy to make up thousands of fake accounts, fake people, fake articles, fake science. Anything you want really, to push any ideology. The internet is dead isn’t just a theory anymore.

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Materialism – The Root of Unhappiness

Finding yourself as a pawn of materialism can be quite easy. Corporations literally throttle human actions and reactions by simply offering a sale on T.V.’s or VCR’s. Look at black Friday for instance, where people are willing to fight and yell over plastic gizmo’s made in china on a day picked by the corporation. Statistically the prices are lower a month later near New Years without the lines or commotion, but because the corporation said so, millions storm the stores after that “big savings”.

Materialism itself isn’t that dangerous. The religion of materialism, however, is. When people begin to worship and idolize their possessions their reality becomes distorted by those very objects. YouTube is a great case study of this as you can literally watch how materialism manipulates how you act and react. People show off their cash, cars, and lavish life style putting on a fake smile to garnish views and monetization. This all fuels this same materialistic / narcissistic cycle. It’s funny to hear these people claim love for their “fans”.

If you haven’t realized by now, they are putting on a show. It’s all an act. Materialism has consumed their entire lifestyle and personality to the point where real issues and concerns are of no avail, the only thing that matters is getting that cash, car, or other shiny object because someone said it had value.

I myself have lived it. Letting possessions define who I am and what I’m about instead of my actual personality. When you let your possessions define you you’re left with no choice but to feel empty. Objects have no soul or personality. Humans do.

The feeling of being excited or happy when showing off what you have is not truly happiness or joy. It’s an allusion you’ve created for yourself. From the outside people look in thinking, what a douche bag. The feeling you interpret as excitement and joy is nothing more than anxiety based on the underlining cringey-ness of what you’re actually doing. The real world doesn’t care how shiny your watch is, nor do they care how many horse powers your custom ferrari has. If they do, there caught in the same materialistic trap of douche-baggy-ness as you.

The materialistic cycle is hard to break. From their angle they have two choices. Look in the mirror or keep buying shit. The cycle breaks when you stop buying senseless crap. Feeding off that fake excitement or happiness fades with each object. It’s only fun to brag about your car for so long; You either have to buy another one, paint the one you have, or go find something else to buy to show off. You’re left with only two options.

Most people just continue buying crap to brag about. New cars, new gizmos, new this and thats and watchamadoodles. They never stop and question what they are doing.. they just keep doing it. This is the religion of materialism and its cult like following.

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Just the way people look at you and treat you in our society varies on your car. When I drove any of my Audi’s I was looked at and treated far different in society than driving my orange propane van. Just another example of how fake and materialistic we’ve become as a people, myself included. We put possessions and random crap before human life and real joy. We cast aside living breathing people for hunks of metal that move fast. We discard human emotion because we need that next quick buck. We treat differently people based upon their materialistic status in society whether it be chosen or forced. This cycle has created a community disconnect where everyone is after their own gain. Just doing a job is just that. No emotion. No human conversation. Living entire lives to impress random people with non-sense. The American dream, they call it that because you have to be asleep to believe it.

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