Interview – Rusty


Something for Everyone


“In Missouri I started as a Minister, then I got into comedy. My comedy was clean and for families, but my heart is still in the Ministry. I’m working two jobs to make ends meet, here and at Wal-Mart. I see a lot of people and have this to tell them. Slow down, everyone is in too much of a hurry. It’s a shame; we miss out in striving for things we may never get in life. If there was a little more respect, we would not have as much trouble. I see too much of it’s about me, and not enough of it’s about us. Working at Wal-Mart, and with the holidays, I see this every year: people fighting over plastic junk, junk that is only to be returned the next morning. Take what you need, no more, no less; there is enough to go around. Greed is the downfall of man. Life is like a buffet; there is something for everyone. We have to all realize we are here for a reason and learn not to judge, we have the power to set a positive example. And if we become negative, we can do no good. God created the Earth with enough beauty around for everything. We just need to appreciate it, and each other. We are all in this thing together.”