Glenn Campbell's tweet archive, searching for "freedom"

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1: 2015-12-11: Youth is a form of addiction. You feel so good about your new-found freedom that you overdose and end up losing it.
2: 2015-11-04: Buy a motorcycle or RV to experience the freedom of the open road, say motorcycle and RV manufacturers and the American Bullshit Society.
3: 2014-11-17: RT @HLMenckenBot: Off goes the head of the king and tyranny gives way to freedom. Then the face of freedom hardens and by and by it is the …
4: 2014-11-06: RT @cracked: Norway reforms convicts by giving them more freedom. 5 Terrible Ideas That Solved Huge Global Problems - http://t.co/Oe42EtSfRt
5: 2014-11-02: Give people a little freedom and most will turn it into eternal servitude.
6: 2014-08-10: 20 years ago today: Groom Lake Desert Rat #14: http://t.co/uLZP0I96kw ~ Freedom Ridge Land Grab
7: 2014-07-13: Proudly flying the flag of freedom (Made in China)
8: 2014-07-03: Life is grand out here in the outliers of the Bell Curve. Plenty of space. Lots of freedom. I just wish the internet access was better.
9: 2014-03-02: RT @AdamBlickstein: To protest Russian aggression, will be changing all retweet "RT's" to "Freedom" & only using Thousand Island instead of…
10: 2014-02-02: Freedom, for most, is the freedom to construct ones own prison.
11: 2014-01-25: People praise freedom in principle, but in practice it causes them anxiety and they will act quickly to make it go away.
12: 2014-01-06: The most important lesson about freedom: Don't overcommit your future. Jealously guard its uncertainty and your ability to change your mind.
13: 2013-12-01: Don't buy stuff, buy freedom. http://t.co/cZGQEbs7oP via @umeshranglani
14: 2013-11-27: Airfare Tip: Unless a peak holiday, there's rarely benefit in buying tix more than 1 month before. You lose freedom but get no better fare.
15: 2013-10-12: The dilemma of loyalty: How much of your own freedom should you give up for someone else?
16: 2013-08-17: Relationships are hard. You don't make them easier by throwing away your freedom to change.
17: 2013-08-17: Freedom is not a magic elixir. It is an opportunity for growth or the chance to imprison yourself with your own bad choices.
18: 2013-08-15: When gifted with wealth, time or freedom, most humans will take actions to absorb the excess and neutralize its benefits.
19: 2013-08-15: You cannot negotiate with someone you are handcuffed to. You can only negotiate when you have the credible freedom to withdraw.
20: 2013-08-08: Money is not wealth if you only use it to buy things that hold you down and take away your freedom.
21: 2013-08-08: The greatest luxury is the freedom to do what you want with your time.
22: 2013-07-25: RT @MarkABentley: Turkey drops to 154th in World Press Freedom Index from 148th in 2012. Below Iraq, Bangladesh, Palestine & Cambodia
23: 2013-06-26: You fully appreciate your freedoms only when you carelessly lose them and have to fight to get them back.
24: 2013-05-21: What good is freedom if you don't use it for anything?
25: 2013-04-21: People praise freedom in theory but neutralize it as quickly as they can in their own lives.
26: 2013-04-21: Freedom is being able to choose, tomorrow, what is best for tomorrow.
27: 2013-04-16: Everyone loves a cute little puppy. No one thinks about the $10,000, labor and lost freedom it will cost over its lifetime.
28: 2013-03-25: Train to be a private pilot, earn my license, buy a plane, maintain and certify it... or just buy a ticket and go. Who has more freedom?
29: 2013-01-28: RT @HLMenckenBot: Economic independence is the foundation of the only sort of freedom worth a damn.
30: 2013-01-27: Material success is best measured not by money but by the freedom actually gained.
31: 2013-01-16: Q: (a) small town where everyone knows everyone else's business or (b) big city where neighbors don't know you or care? A: Easy b! Freedom!
32: 2013-01-13: Security cuts both ways: In trying to lock out the uncertainties of the world, you are locking yourself in a cage that reduces your freedom.
33: 2012-12-19: The greatest wealth is the freedom to change.
34: 2012-12-05: RT @KilroyCafe: Freedom includes both the ability to do great things and the ability to destroy yourself.
35: 2012-11-25: When people first gain freedom, they usually indulge in it to excess and make themselves sick.
36: 2012-11-15: Where do you stand on fracking? Do you want fracker freedom, or are you like, "Fruck you, frackers!"?
37: 2012-11-05: I have met many wealthy people but do not envy any of them. Most use their money only to acquire "assets" that reduce their freedom.
38: 2012-11-02: RT @KilroyCafe: The real measure of wealth is not how much money you make but the freedom you have left after expenses.
39: 2012-10-19: RT @KilroyCafe: "Freedom is the right to live as we wish." - Epictetus - WRONG! No one has the right to live as they wish. Wishes must b ...
40: 2012-09-27: Your future freedom to change is a precious resource. That's why you don't buy your non-refundable ticket too far in advance.
41: 2012-09-05: Duh! ==> RT @MailOnline: Half of women delay starting a family because they don't want to give up their freedom http://t.co/yVTUaRqe
42: 2012-08-17: What it means to be an American: the freedom to worship the porn of your choice.
43: 2012-07-18: Handling freedom takes practice. Once you get good at it, you can be thrown into any kind of chaotic situation and quickly find direction.
44: 2012-07-18: Imagine you were stranded in a foreign city, without a guidebook or map, not knowing which way to go. That is the anxiety of freedom.
45: 2012-07-18: Most people are not suited to freedom. It only helps them self-destruct. They need some form of prison to survive.
46: 2012-07-18: Young people think freedom is just choosing what train to get on. True freedom is making your own tracks.
47: 2012-07-18: Freedom is like owning a car you can drive anywhere. Anxiety is high because every mile you must choose. Most would rather take the train.
48: 2012-07-18: Freedom means you alone are responsible for your fate.
49: 2012-07-18: Most people praise freedom in the abstract, but in practice they usually act quickly to neutralize it.
50: 2012-07-18: Freedom is a godsend to some but a curse to most, who only use it to indulge their addictions.
51: 2012-06-29: RT @KilroyCafe: Most people can't handle freedom. Without the enforced structure of debts, obligations and a job, they would self-destruct.
52: 2012-06-17: I have a rental car! I now have 24 hours to tour (southern) Kosovo. What freedom! http://t.co/dwCmLBlt
53: 2012-06-13: You control your own freedom mainly by not making unnecessary commitments that sabotage it.
54: 2012-06-06: A prison is defined by your freedom of movement, not the amenities of your cell.
55: 2012-06-01: Most people, when given freedom, will only use it to build their own prison.
56: 2012-05-22: RT @TheNardvark: THEY MAY TAKE OUR LIVES, BUT THEY'LL NEVER TAKE OUR FREEDOM! WE'LL BE DEAD, BUT FREE! WAIT MAYBE I HAVEN'T THOUGHT THIS ...
57: 2012-05-15: Money is essential but not as important as managing your freedom well.
58: 2012-05-13: A billion dollars isn't cool. You know what's cool? A million dollars!... Seriously, you get more freedom from "enough" money than too much.
59: 2012-05-12: The 1960s was the dawning of Age of Aquarius, a new era of peace, love and freedom. So what ever happened with that?
60: 2012-04-16: @fujiwiryani The question is, how much are you prepared to spend—in money, time and freedom—for appetite?
61: 2012-04-08: True wealth is the freedom to use your time as you wish. Money can give you this, but only up to the point where more doesn't buy more time.
62: 2012-03-31: The nature of freedom is that you don't know in advance what you might need it for.
63: 2012-03-31: Freedom is your ability to adapt to circumstances you weren't planning on.
64: 2012-03-31: Each new obligation restricts your freedom and makes it harder to adapt to unexpected circumstances.
65: 2012-03-23: RT @Kyoks1: “Perhaps the biggest tragedy of our lives is that freedom is possible, yet we can pass our years trapped in the same old pat ...
66: 2012-03-06: Your greatest superpower is the freedom to walk away. You don't need to use it, but having it amplifies all your other powers.
67: 2012-03-05: "Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you." —Sartre
68: 2012-02-19: Freedom is finding the benefit in whatever prison you find yourself. Still, you want to avoid the prison if you can.
69: 2012-02-17: Money can buy freedom but more often it buys enslavement, in the form of possessions and lazy habits that need to be maintained.
70: 2012-02-05: You want the propertied life but you also want your freedom. Sorry, incompatible.
71: 2012-02-01: A necessary condition of both freedom and responsibility is that you will have to make decisions that hurt people.
72: 2012-01-10: "Engulfment" is the loss of ones freedom and identity within a relationship. It can be as painful as loneliness.
73: 2012-01-07: Freedom is the ability to improve your life. Its presence doesn't mean most people will use it.
74: 2011-12-23: On every planet in the universe there are mathematical constants like Pi and existential ones like freedom, death and regret.
75: 2011-12-19: RT @philoquotes: Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you. ~ Sartre http://t.co/f4loa27z
76: 2011-12-16: Freedom is your ability to adapt to unexpected changes in yourself and the world around you.
77: 2011-12-15: The opposite of freedom is entrusting your fate to someone else.
78: 2011-12-15: Freedom, in practice, means anxiety, uncertainty, loneliness and constant awareness of how close you are to the edge of the abyss.
79: 2011-12-15: A natural corollary of freedom is loneliness.
80: 2011-12-13: Given freedom, most people will move to quickly neutralize it, preferring lives of dull repetition to the anxiety of ongoing choice.
81: 2011-12-02: There are two kinds of public protests: 1) "We want freedom!" and 2) "Someone must protect us!" So which is it?
82: 2011-11-13: Curiosity requires the freedom to change course and not being afraid of what you might find.
83: 2011-11-10: On every planet in the universe there are mathematical constants like Pi and existential ones like freedom, death and regret.
84: 2011-10-17: RT @leahjohnston (a clever photographic artist): Latest work: thinking about the idea of freedom http://t.co/gwSF23je”
85: 2011-10-16: Your own personal freedom is the core tool through which all other things are accomplished.
86: 2011-10-16: Freedom is the ability to change course in response to unexpected circumstances. Imprisonment is being locked into one course regardless.
87: 2011-10-16: Most people can't handle freedom. Without the enforced structure of debts, obligations and a job, they would self-destruct.
88: 2011-10-16: The nature of freedom is that you don't know in advance what you might need it for.
89: 2011-10-16: Money can buy freedom, but more often it just buys temporary escape from responsibility.
90: 2011-10-16: The zoo on Rigel Seven found their human specimens were easily controlled by giving them television and freedom to change the channels.
91: 2011-10-16: Our wisdom on "Freedom" from our earlier @KilroyCafe archive: http://t.co/oz0uaiV4
92: 2011-10-16: People praise freedom in the abstract, but in practice they're terrified of it and will usually act quickly to eliminate it.
93: 2011-09-03: Wealthy in money is not the same as wealthy in time or freedom.
94: 2011-08-08: Most people aren't set up for freedom. They'll only use it to destroy themselves.
95: 2011-07-14: Wealth is best measured not in income but in freedom remaining after obligations.
96: 2011-07-05: Success can bring freedom but more often it's a prison, condemning you to the same acts that brought it.
97: 2011-05-17: RT @GreatestQuotes: "Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better." - Albert Camus
98: 2011-04-05: RT @rongillmore: @BadDalaiLama Freedom is whatever you want it to be.*
99: 2011-04-05: Freedom exists where you believe it exists.
100: 2011-04-05: Freedom is your ability and willingness to adapt to circumstances you never anticipated.
101: 2011-04-04: “Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you.” —Jean-Paul Sartre <== The best existential quote of all time!
102: 2011-03-31: RT @garamiredux: Love will give you freedom... Bunch of lies. Love is absolute slavery.
103: 2011-03-08: The zoo on Rigel Seven found their human specimens were easily controlled by giving them television and freedom to change the channels.
104: 2011-02-27: RT @Treesabreesa: @BadDalaiLama I learned from tweety pie beware your freedom it has claws and comes at you when you are not expecting it
105: 2011-02-22: Beware the chains of love! The velvet prison. The sugar-coated poison. The slippery-slope seduction to the end of freedom. Inhale me!
106: 2011-02-21: Freedom is our ability to adapt to things we can't predict.
107: 2011-02-12: The highest standard of freedom is to imagine doing something then promptly do it. The lowest is to imagine but never do.
108: 2011-01-31: Given the choice between freedom and prison, most will choose prison, but they call it by other names.
109: 2011-01-28: There are two ways to gain economic freedom. One is to make more money. The other is to cut your costs. The latter is usually easier.
110: 2011-01-16: Most freedom is sacrificed in the delusional pursuit of safety in areas where no safety is really possible.
111: 2011-01-16: Money in liquid form is a valuable asset to your freedom. Money in solid form (real estate, possessions) is more a liability.
112: 2010-12-31: You can't prove love by killing freedom.
113: 2010-12-24: Monetary wealth should not be measured by income but by remaining freedom after commitments.
114: 2010-12-23: There's a certain freedom in not speaking a word of the local language. You can claim ignorance of local politics.
115: 2010-12-22: Curiosity is the luxury of children and those with the freedom to change.
116: 2010-12-21: The cost of security is loss of freedom.
117: 2010-12-18: Society allows young people a reasonable period of creativity and freedom before settling into a normal adult life of debt and servitude.
118: 2010-12-17: On every planet in the universe there are mathematical constants like Pi and existential ones like freedom, death and regret.
119: 2010-12-15: Freedom is your ability to adapt to unexpected changes in yourself and the world around you.
120: 2010-12-15: Chicago (right now) ==> That's all most people use their freedom for: to choose their own addictive substances. http://twitpic.com/3g8jsm
121: 2010-12-14: The opposite of freedom is entrusting your fate to someone else.
122: 2010-12-14: Freedom, in practice, means anxiety, uncertainty, loneliness and constant awareness of how close you are to the edge.
123: 2010-12-14: A natural corollary of freedom is loneliness.
124: 2010-12-13: Given freedom, most people will move to quickly neutralize it, preferring lives of dull repetition to the anxiety of ongoing choice.
125: 2010-11-19: The nature of freedom is that you don't know in advance what you might need it for.
126: 2010-11-19: Freedom is the ability to change your path based on unexpected information.
127: 2010-11-08: There is no freedom without risk.
128: 2010-10-20: The real measure of wealth is having the freedom to do what you want with minimal obligations.
129: 2010-10-19: The greatest danger to your own freedom is overcommitment.
130: 2010-10-17: Wealth can buy freedom but more often it simply buys more obligations.
131: 2010-10-11: People praise freedom in the abstract but usually act to eliminate it in their own lives.
132: 2010-10-08: True wealth is measured in two ways: freedom from financial stress and freedom to do what you wish with your time.
133: 2010-10-05: The real measure of wealth is not how much money you make but the freedom you have left after expenses.
134: 2010-09-30: Freedom is the ability to change course in response to unexpected circumstances.
135: 2010-09-30: The nature of freedom is that you don't know in advance what you might need it for.
136: 2010-09-30: Most people can't handle freedom. Without the enforced structure of debts, obligations and a job, they would self-destruct.
137: 2010-09-24: The real measure of wealth is not your income but how much freedom you have left after expenses.
138: 2010-09-21: Freedom, for most, is the ability to build ones own prison.
139: 2010-09-18: The hard part about freedom is you have no one to blame but yourself when things go wrong.
140: 2010-09-16: Given the choice between freedom and slavery, most will choose slavery, but they call it by other names.
141: 2010-09-15: People praise freedom in principle but usually choose prison in fact.
142: KilroyCafe: 2010-10-09: People praise freedom in the abstract but usually act to eliminate it in their own lives.
143: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-30: RT @BadDalaiLama: The nature of freedom is that you don't know in advance what you might need it for.
144: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-21: RT @BadDalaiLama: Freedom, for most, is the ability to build ones own prison.
145: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-18: RT @philosophytweet: Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you. -
146: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-16: RT @BadDalaiLama: Given the choice between freedom and slavery, most will choose slavery, but they call it by other names.
147: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-10: People praise freedom in principle but usually choose prison in fact.
148: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-10: "Liberty, once lost, is lost forever."—John Adams. Wrong, John! Many have regained their freedom, but you have to decide you want it back.
149: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-09: Every new law is a small death of freedom.
150: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-25: The old American Dream of home ownership will be replaced by a new, more American dream: freedom of movement tethered only to the internet.
151: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-12: Adults are trapped by past investments to which they are emotionally committed. This restricts their vision and their freedom to explore.
152: KilroyCafe: 2010-07-26: Society allows young people a reasonable period of creativity and freedom before settling into a normal adult life of debt and servitude.
153: KilroyCafe: 2010-07-24: Life's greatest joy is discovering your freedom. It's worst terror is finding that you've lost it.
154: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-17: The zoo on Rigel Seven found their human specimens were easily controlled by giving them television and the freedom to change the channels.
155: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-16: Freedom is your ability to adapt to unanticipated circumstances.
156: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-02: The real measure of wealth is not your income but how much freedom you have left after expenses.
157: KilroyCafe: 2010-05-25: "Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you." ~ Sartre via @philo_quotes
158: KilroyCafe: 2010-05-20: Money can buy freedom, but more often it just buys temporary escape from responsibility.
159: KilroyCafe: 2010-05-12: The only benefit of wealth is the freedom to not worry about money. You'll find other things to worry about!
160: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-07: The nature of freedom is that you don't know in advance what you are going to need it for.
161: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-07: True wealth is measured in two ways: freedom from financial stress and freedom to do what you wish with your time. Income is irrelevant.
162: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-14: Most people can't handle freedom. Without the enforced structure of debts, obligations and a job, they would self-destruct.
163: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-14: "Freedom means the opportunity to be what we never thought we would be." - Daniel J. Boorstin via @davidvgoliath
164: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-14: A natural corollary of freedom is loneliness.
165: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-12: Freedom is the ability to change course in response to unexpected circumstances. Imprisonment is being locked into one course regardless.
166: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-12: "Freedom is the right to live as we wish." - Epictetus - WRONG! No one has the right to live as they wish. Wishes must be negotiated!
167: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-12: Your own personal freedom is the core tool through which all other things are accomplished.
168: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-10: When confronted with freedom, the natural tendency of the individual is to neutralize it.
169: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-10: The major neutralizers of freedom are marriage, children, debt, real estate, possessions, pets and promises.
170: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-10: Freedom includes both the ability to do great things and the ability to destroy yourself.
171: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-05: It is easy to acquire things (objects, activities, obligations) but hard to get rid of them. If you fail to divest, you lose your freedom.
172: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-05: Freedom is your ability to respond to unexpected change.
173: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-31: Once you have enough money to meet your needs, what is the point in making more? Time and freedom are more valuable.
174: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-26: "Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes." - Mahatma Gandhi via @Twuoted
175: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-22: Freedom requires money, but not necessarily a lot. It is more a matter of how well you use the money you have.
176: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-05: The real measure of wealth is not how much money you make but the freedom you have left after expenses.
177: KilroyCafe: 2009-11-20: The greatest danger to your own freedom is not outside forces but your own overcommitment.
178: KilroyCafe: 2009-11-20: Wealth can buy freedom but more often it buys imprisonment in the maintenance of things you don't need.
179: KilroyCafe: 2009-11-03: Television is for prisoners and shut-ins. If you have any illusions of freedom, there are better things to do with it!
180: KilroyCafe: 2009-10-29: People may bemoan the prison they're trapped in, but without its structure they may self-destruct. Freedom requires skills and practice.
181: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-09: Freedom is never given. It is strategically won.
182: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-07: My new photos from "Freedom Tour 2009" http://bit.ly/16Ej8W - Inspiring America in a right wing Love Bus.
183: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-04: The key asset in life, you may discover too late, is not money but freedom.
184: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-28: The cost of security is loss of freedom -- and even then you rarely get the security you expected.
185: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-23: Most people use their freedom only to build their own prison.
186: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-18: There is no safe haven. If you think you've found one, you've probably lost your freedom without gaining the safety you expected.
187: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-02: The people who are most imprisoned are often those at the top: the rich, famous and powerful. Their freedom to change can be limited.
188: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-21: Freedom is your ability to adapt to unexpected changes in yourself and the world around you.
189: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-21: On every planet in the universe there are mathematical constants like Pi and existential ones like freedom, death and regret.
190: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-16: Young people are usually terrified of all their freedom and are desperate to make it go away as quickly as possible.
191: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-16: A natural corollary of freedom is loneliness.
192: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-30: The other side of commitment is loss of freedom.
193: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-30: The whole idea of freedom is that you don't know in advance what you might need it for.
194: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-24: For most people, the early 20s are the prime of ones personal freedom, but with an overwhelming pressure to give it up.
195: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-22: "The greatest enemy of individual freedom is the individual himself." - Saul Alinsky (via @linkibol)
196: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-15: Call me conservative, but I still think they should be called "freedom fries." It's time we recognized our national cuisine.
197: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-08: Given the choice of freedom or slavery, most will choose slavery, but they call it by other names.
198: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-07: There is no security in freedom. You have to choose one or the other.
199: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-07: The hard part about freedom is you are responsible when things go wrong.
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