Thursday, August 28, 2014
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
I don't blame that 9 year old girl who shot and killed her shooting instructor. She's only 9 years old, accidents like that are to be expected when you force a little kid to learn to shoot an Uzi. No, I don't blame the kid who will now suffer the rest of her life with PTSD and guilt over murdering another human being at such a young age.
I blame her fucking stupid shit stain parents who forced their 9 year old kid to learn to shoot an automatic weapon. Those fuckers need to be tried and convicted of manslaughter at the very least, or if this was a perfect world, murder in the first degree. Even if they aren't convicted of any crime, they need to lose all parental rights to their child. Monsters like them have no right to fuck up children like they've fucked up their 9 year old daughter.
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
I always loved my dad and after he pissed off those sorcerers and witches by evicting them from the broom closet at nuclear power plant and they turned him into a raccoon, I love him even more!
Since he can't work anymore, he's always home when I get off the bus.
"Chee chee, chee, chee."
I never know what he's saying but I'm pretty sure he's telling me he loves me.
Monday, August 25, 2014
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Friday, August 22, 2014
Thursday, August 21, 2014
If you're white and you protest what the government is doing, then you're a patriot. If you're black and you protest what the government is doing, then you're a loser and an animal.
If you're white and you can't see that the people in Ferguson, MO who are protesting have legitimate concerns and problems with the police and with the white capitalist economic system the cops are charged with protecting, then you're part of the problem.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Today the Whites talk about blacks and Ferguson MO.
Monday, August 18, 2014
Sunday, August 17, 2014
Vacation time was upon us last week and we were in no mood to drive to the beach this year. Last year's trip to the beach kind of burnt us out on going again so soon, so we decided to go some place different. After a scant ten minute search on the interwebs, we decided to go to a state park in eastern Kentucky that offered hiking, swimming, and relaxation.
We got to the Berea area around 2:30 that day and we looked around and stopped in a few shops.
After trudging around for a few more hours in Lexington, we decided to spend the night back in Richmond at the same hotel where we stayed on Monday and we decided that we'd go back to Berea to take in more of the art and craft scene on Friday morning before we headed home.
Berea is a regular four year college but with one special twist, it's tuition free for students from the Appalachian region. In exchange for getting a virtually free education, all it's students must work around 20 hours a week at the college. Some wait tables in college owned restaurants, some work in college owned shops that teach them traditional crafts like woodworking, weaving and other fiber related arts, broom making, printing and print making, traditional music making and recording, pottery, and more. It's a really neat place and it's been doing business like that since it opened it's doors over a hundred years ago. Everyone we met, from staff to students to professors, was super nice and helpful. We got the feeling they'd bend over backwards to help out if need be. I probably would have gone to college at Berea if my asshole cousin hadn't gone there, I wasn't about to follow him anywhere.
On this vacation I discovered that I don't need to be in or near the water all the time on a vacation and that it's a pretty easy drive from Lexington to our house, provided there no major construction going on on the interstates. It took us about three and a half hours of driving time to get from Lexington to Johnson City, so in the future, I see another trip to that area and one that will go further afield to Louisville as well.
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Friday, August 15, 2014
Monday, August 11, 2014
Sunday, August 10, 2014
Saturday, August 9, 2014
Friday, August 8, 2014
Thanks for visiting Nigeria!