ToaCx4 (pronounced Toke Times Four) - Thoughts of a Crazy, Constitutionally Conservative Christian, is an open and PUBLIC opinion journal, advice column, and "fact sheet" fielded by The JaceMan (better known to friends and family as simply, Jace) for the purposes of counseling others on issues of: religion (all variations), Christianity, spirituality, the christian bible, the nation (USA), government, politics, history, ethics, morality, and ANYTHING ELSE that you simply "need to know."
The JaceMan is a short, straight, middle-class, God-fearing, white, Christian male who enjoys country music. By default, he is aware that makes him a [sarcasm] vertically-challenged, politically incorrect, hate-mongering, non-tolerant, closed-minded, bigoted and sexist redneck, whose privileged position leaves him calloused to the plight of others [sarcasm].
Now why on earth you would want to seek the advice or opinions of such a fool is beyond him, but if you do, he aims to answer! The JaceMan pulls no punches, mixes no words, and doesn't worry if he offends. At the same time, he turns his back on nobody and willingly offers advice to those who love him or hate him, cheer him or boo him, agree with him or mock him. He believes that everyone is worth being heard and welcomes feedback from anyone, while simultaneously refusing to stifle himself. In other words, if you want real, honest, sincere feedback, commentary, or advice you've found yourself in the right location. But if you're searching for an avenue to be heard without listening in return, you're probably best to continue on as staying here will result in nothing more than your own disappointment.
If The JaceMan hasn't driven you away yet, then he (read, I -- on account of it's me who is typing *cheesy grin*) invites you to start a conversation or seek advice to the "problems" that plague you by clicking on the Leave a Comment link below and asking The JaceMan a question. Rest assured, all questions will be answered in time!
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