|Brian Joseph Johns|
Despite how active we are in society and the differences of income with whom we interact, the truth is that not all of us are wealthy, but that doesn't mean that we aren't creative, intelligent or incapable of wrapping our heads around challenges the world faces on a daily basis. I'm not a supporter of any Caste system nor am I a Populist. I believe that we are all capable of that to which we put our hearts and minds.
I speak the truth as I don't ever reverse the polarity of language to suit my own needs or for any reason at all. I believe in gravity and the direction of time flowing from cause to effect and not vice versa. Sincerity before polarity is my motto. So everything I've expressed today (including my letter to the Prime Minister of Canada) and what I've stated here is as sincere as you'll likely find.
Thanks to the Food Bank system for the food that I have, including St. Bartholemew's despite the fact that I am not a member of Christianity and not pretending to be someone else.
I actually have three computers (Sanctum, WestMeetEast and TynanResearch) through which I accomplish my daily efforts. The Sanctum is the most recent one and currently is the one that I use the most. WestMeetEast and TynanResearch for the most part spend all day and night crunching numbers for real world scientific research and playing back media of various kinds. All three of those computers are within the same residences.
I'm sure there's hackers out there who try to impersonate my identity by trying to hack those computers or by implying each one of those computers is in a different separate residence from my own and is their computer and not mine. There's people who would do all sorts of crazy things to steal from other people their efforts in order to take the credit for themselves. A shame really. I'm 6 feet tall and weigh about 175 lbs. I have dark hair and green eyes just in case someone else is trying to steal my in person identity.
Regardless, I'm still grateful for the Food Bank.
Brian Joseph Johns
200 Sherbourne Street #701
Toronto, Ontario, Canada