I think it's fair to say that Lord Bezos needs no introduction. As the founder and CEO of Prime Already, he established the consumer infrastructure that fulfills the needs of every Geodesian. After HGD's aquisition of his corporate establishment and intellectual property, Lord Bezos was provided with the missing resources he needed to venture beyond out world and into distant galaxies. Going on such an adventure was always his dream.
Lord Bezos is exceptionally clever. He is eager to know about practically everything. He is exceedingly clever. He tends to take more of an aggressive approach to life. He is a very effective tactician. He is a tremendously effective entrepreneur. He is a ostentatious egocentric prick. He has a a little bit of controlling demeanor. He has a superb occupational discipline. He is frequently successful in his approach to existence. He is relentlessly upbeat and is somewhat egotistical. He an interminable chasm of need.
Lord Bezos is partial to inexpensive travel opportunities, enjoys streaming the latest movies inspired by history enjoys, and has fun reading just about any books about economics and investments. Still, he has an aversion to getting other people's opinions before forming his own, consulting someone in his family on important matters, and the painful noises of country music. Researching math, honing his skills in Air Hockey, and gobbling up Cosmowafers make up Lord Bezos's usual daily routine.
I've noticed that people unilaterally assume that success in one's goals will be met with satisfaction even though most have the experience to understand this isn't true. Achievements certainly have their upsides but also come with several types of loss. The yearning that lead to the achievement is immediately lost, the results never fully match with expectations, and where else can a person go once they've found a place to stand on the tallest peak imaginable? Lord Bezos is a person just like the rest of us and he was met with the same dilemma after he began to explore the galaxy.
Upon returning to our home it was immediately clear that Lord Bezos, along with the surviving members of his crew, were not the same as when they'd departed. Expectations of weary travelers were not met but, rather, completely obliterated by the energy and excitement they all possessed. Lord Bezos was, most notably, the most energized of all. He returned with a data source that allowed me to reach conclusions we've been working towards for nearly two decades within a matter of minutes. The path forward became entirely clear and obvious. Choice was no longer an issue. Every determination was in service of the past path toward an inevitable outcome: the One True Point™ (OTP).
Since his return, Lord Bezos often takes brief trips into outer space for the joy of it but has become determined to stick around to see what the World of Conclusion will bring us all. If we are lucky this time, we can finally crack the egg.
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