#513012 - 03/27/1002:31 AMRe: Right wingnut lunacy
All I know is that it isn't very safe to have a bumper sticker on your car that promotes the health care plan right about now, and that my cousin blocked me from his Facebook account because I got into an argument with his (moron) wife.
Seriously, this is something like the civil war. She told me that I was crazy, unhappy with my life, and taking out my unhappiness on others because I couldn't make the government conform to my mold.
In the meantime, she's having babies at specified timeframes so that, as soon as the youngest can go to school full time, she has another one so that she can continue to sit on her lazy fat ass and make her husband (my cousin) support her and her decadent lifestyle. She has four kids so far and just had another one recently. She spends her summers living in their mobile home on a beach on Cape Cod, while he's slaving his butt off up near Boston. In the winter, she lives in their semi-mansion south of Boston. She even had the nerve to tell me that craziness runs in the family! So, if she really believes that, why is she procreating so profusely with someone who has crazy in his genes?
I will write a blog about these things someday, when I'm done with college. Sigh... It will be called "Derelicts in Providence".
Donna, that's so funny! I remember when blogs first started getting attention, I thought it was so dumb. Who would want to read somebody else's random thoughts. Ha. Today? There are half a dozen I follow regularly. And consider ~ Most of our longer posts here, just like the one you've started your blog with, are just our random thoughts. And infinitely entertaining, too.
Bonus! I can stick my PhotoBucket images in a post again. Double high fives, huh?
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
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