Klown vs. Possum


I have previously written about my interactions with those ugly rat-coon creatures known as possums. Some of you were critical with my policy and methodology for dealing with said vermin. I took those comments to heart, and this year I adopted a policy of peaceful coexistence.

I no longer leave food out on the back patio. When stray cats and raccoons show up I feed them and then collect the remaining food (if any) and bring it inside. When possums have engaged in provocative acts like showing up on my patio or in my garage I chased them off without hurting them.

But enough is enough. They have violated the treaty and encroached upon my personal space.

When I walk into my kitchen and flip on the light to find a hissing mutant rat on my counter I consider that an act of war.

It’s on like Donkey Kong.



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95 Responses to Klown vs. Possum

  1. Somebody says:

    OMG how did it get in your house? I don’t blame you that IS an act of war, I would have already shot the damn thing. BTW people can say what they want about poor little critters, I witnessed a possum chase a tiny little bunny onto my porch and eat it…….vile creatures, they garner no sympathy from me.

    The kitties didn’t get near the thing did they? You don’t know what diseases it could be carrying. You should clean and disinfect your kitchen and anywhere else you think it might have been.

    I hope you’re able to get some more sleep, but with that kind of nasty surprise I seriously doubt it. I know I wouldn’t be able to go back to sleep.

  2. Kathy says:

    Yes–watch out for the kitties Not sure about possums, but raccoons can kill a cat and they are tough especially if cornered.

  3. Myiq2xu says:

    • leslie says:

      I really like Ryan Lizza. Years ago he wrote a column/story about bronco bama that was more truth than fiction and got himself into big trouble for that. He is one of the truth-tellers AFAIK. And he just did it again. (I must admit that in 2008, Hillary killed in the debates and was persuasive enough that I switched my allegiance to her from Edwards based on her performances in the debates.) I did not watch the debate – I didn’t watch much of anything after the Cubs win last night. So I cannot speak to the debate per se. But I think the Ds are putting together a lineup to ensure Hillary’s nomination.

  4. Erin says:

    You mean they aren’t actually like the WIlliam Shattner’s voice of the opossum in Over the Hedge? How could Hollywood lie like that!

    I jumped a mile when I found an unexpected chipmunk in a pile of wood the previous owner of my house so thoughtfully left for me to clean out of the garage. I suspect I would have let out a big girlie scream atthe sight of an unexpected opossum on my kitchen counter.

  5. swanspirit says:

    I would have freaked, screamed and run. And then maybe called animal control. OMGODDESS what did you do? How in the hell did it get in the house ?

    • Myiq2xu says:

      I ruined a perfectly good meat tenderizer. It came in thru the kitchen window. I don’t have a pet door for Teh Kittehs so I keep the window open a few inches with a block to prevent it from being opened any farther. It keeps raccoons out, but apparently not possums.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        It could come in, the door too. :facepalm:

      • swanspirit says:

        Ah well. meat tenderizers are expendable and replaceable . I guess you are going to have find another way to let Teh Kittehs in and out. Gives me the shivers just thinking about having a possum on the porch, much less in the house !!!

  6. votermom says:

    My policy on critters : they are God’s little creatures as long as they stay outside.
    If they come in, they are hone invaders to be exterminated with extreme prejudice.

  7. votermom says:

    P.S. don’t feed wild critters. It’s not good for them, imo.

    • leslie says:

      I don’t feed them, but my “share the back porch” neighbor feeds the local cats and then wonders why I take in the dishes she leaves out.
      One morning, I found a huuuuge dead and bloody carcass on the porch left behind by one of the local varmints. Thought I was going to lose my lunch then and there. Another time, I opened the back door to said porch and was face to face with three raccoons. They were trying to get into my kitchen through the screen door. (She doesn’t have a screen door – her door is glass from top to bottom.) They scared me half to death.
      I’m with you – don’t feed them and they won’t sit on your porch expecting to eat.

  8. votermom says:

    I am quietly freaking out right now coz something weird happened to my right eye after I took the high bp med last night (lisinopril). After 5 min I started seeing flashes of light and a bunch of new black floaters. I called my poor eye doctor coz I was panicking. I am always scared of retinal detachment coz I am extremely near sighted. He said highly unlikely probably just vitreous shrinking but come in tomorrow (today).
    So I am waiting until his office opens to call and get a time to come in.And I am trying not to move my eyes, just move my whole head, to avoid seeing the floaters and lights.
    Meanwhile I’ve googled and haven’t seen this as a side effect of the med. Only blurred vision. I’m so weird.

    This has been a trying year medically for us. Sigh.

    • dm says:

      I understand the panic and sympathize. I have retinitis pigmentosa and frequently have flashes of light (orange for some odd reason) and black floaters…don’t really think it’s associated with my disease but still disconcerting. Try to rest your eyes as much as possible in the meantime. But, if you are on new meds, it’s always a good idea to check it out with the doc. Good luck.

      • votermom says:

        Thanks dm. I hope it is just a false alarm.

        • Somebody says:

          High blood pressure itself can cause floaters.

          • votermom says:

            Yes, it could be. My family doc said she doesn’t think it’s the medicine and that I should keep taking it. Gonna ask the eye doc. Get to see him in an hour or so.

          • lildoggy4u says:

            I agree with Somebody. My other half has a problem with HPB. Its been very scary at times and even on meds he’s still had episodes with skyrocketing numbers. So much so that we’ve ended up going to the emergency room a couple of times at my insistence.
            He’s had those floaters and flashes of light too. Its always coincided with a spike in his numbers. VM, I know you check your BP. Please keep doing it. Finally, our doc told him to double the med when this happens and monitor. Don’t do it until you see your doctor but maybe ask about what to do if you spike even on your BP med.
            As for the possum, I’ve got a little rat terrier that takes care of critters like that. He is 11 lbs of fearlessness. As a baby, one night all the dogs gathered around our covered grill barking and he dodged under that cover ( he was all of maybe 3 months old), he brought out a possum shaking it violently and laid it at my feet as I screamed like a little girl and ran as fast as I could.

          • votermom says:

            He got those? That’s reassuring, actually. Could be my bp spiked before the meds could act. It’s low this morning, I’ll keep checking.

          • votermom says:

            Limelight, do you know if he’s on lisinopril (or some other ace inhibitor?)

          • elliesmom says:

            Lisinopril is nasty stuff, but doctors prescribe it first because it’s cheap. If the patient responds to it and can “learn to live” with the side effects, the insurance companies are happy. But there are lots of drugs out there to treat high blood pressure. A hacking cough, blinding headaches, and diarrhea were not things I wanted to live with. Nor did I want to deal with feet that swelled over the course of the day with the next drug we tried. My doctor kept trying new things until we found a drug that keeps my bp down and has good rather than bad side effects. I haven’t had a headache in 3 years, and I used to have them frequently. So if this is a side effect of lisinopril, you don’t need to take it.

          • votermom says:

            Elliesmom what med works for you?
            My hubby was also on lisinopril and got the coughing side effect, so now he is on benicar, which is expensive .

          • Propertius says:


            One of the major reasons for preferring ACE inhibitors over many other drugs is that they help protect the kidneys from damage resulting from hypertension. This effect is independent of their action against hypertension. A lot of people can’t take them because they experience coughing as a side-effect – but for those of us who can (I’ve been on lisinopril for 14 years now) they’re a wonder drug. Renal damage is one of the nastier consequences of high blood pressure and ACE inhibitors can prevent it. It doesn’t really have anything to do with cost – lisinopril was still under patent and still quite expensive when I was put on it. I’m glad it’s cheap now, but I’d be taking it even if it weren’t.

          • elliesmom says:

            I take valsarten and dilitiazem. They’re generic. The main side effect is drowsiness, but you take them before bed so it’s not a bad thing.

          • elliesmom says:

            Every person I know who is diagnosed with hpb has been given lisinopril as a first pass. Sometimes the return visit to see if it’s working has been months away, and the people taking it spend a lot of time feeling miserable. Sometimes their bodies adjust to the meds and the side effects go away, but often they don’t. My primary care put me on it. After a couple of weeks of feeling miserable, I called and asked to see her again. She was happy with how my bp had responded, and suggested I just “wait it out”. But when I refused, she sent me to a hypertension specialist who is the one who told me lisinopril is a cheap first choice. If it works for you, and you have no ill effects from it, then, of course, it’s the right drug for you. But so many people take it and experience bad side effects, like the coughing, my hbp specialist questions why so many doctors go to it first.

          • Myiq2xu says:

            I’m on it. No complaints. It works for me.

      • votermom says:

        I got back from the eye doc. He said my eye is going through a normal process of the vitreous shrinking. Since there is a 5% chance of the retina tearing during this process he told me what to watch out for.
        Also told me no activities that will bounce or jar my head and no lifting heavy stuff for the next 3 weeks when I go back.
        He and family doc both say they don’t think it’s the lisinopril.

        • SHV says:

          I had similar episodes with vitreous detachment including two retinal tears and a retinal detachment. I would ask the Ophthalmologist for recommendation for retinal surgeon and get a base line check up and also have your “ducks lined up”, just in case.

          • votermom says:

            Good idea. I think my eye doc actually does those, in the hospital. I know he does cataract surgery.

            What was surgery for the retinal detachment like – did they have to put you under?
            How is your vision now?

          • SHV says:

            Detachment surgery was about 8 years ago. Over a period of about 6 hours, I “watched’ a black curtain move 1/2 way across the vision of my left eye. “They” wanted to wait until AM to do surgery but I had a different idea. IIRC, had Scleral buckle and a large gas bubble in the eye to “push” retina back into place. Had to keep head down/face down for about a week. Perfect result but a somewhat miserable experience.

        • Ann says:

          Yes, get to an ophthalmologist who is a retina specialist. I’ve had three detached retina surgeries (2 in one eye, 1 in the other eye. The way they put in the band 25 years ago allowed the upper portion of one of my retinas to detach when the lower portion was put back in place) and 8 laser surgeries for holes and tears.

          Retinal detachments are highest in males 18-35 due to sports injuries. Since it is an injury, a week in bed with 3 days of not moving your head can heal that (although I am not a doctor and do not play one on the internet). The other crowd is the 55+ due to degeneration. I was 27 when I had my first detachment, and it was due to extreme nearsightedness (he assumed).

          As far as my eyesight today? It is 20-20. That is due to my cataract surgery at 40 though (they slap in a lens with your prescription).

          As far as what the surgeries were like: my first scalpel eye surgery was horrible… because I ended up being allergic to the local anesthetic. I was sick for 6 weeks afterward! The next two retinal surgeries I was put under and was back to “normal” in 2 weeks. I know I was not allowed to drive for a while, but I don’t recall exactly how long that was.

          As far as the laser surgeries… my first one resulted in over 600 zaps. It was horrible. The topical anesthetic wore off after 15 minutes, and he was basically burning the inside my eye for the next 13 minutes with no pain meds. I went to sleep for 24 hours after that without awakening and felt like crud for a few days afterward.

          After that laser surgery, I couldn’t sit still for any other laser surgeries (mental anxiety) and was given an anxiety med in addition to the topical to get me through it. But, at the end of my third laser surgery, I looked at my mother and said, “Wanna go to lunch?” on the way out the door. All subsequent ones were that easy. If not for my first experience, I too would have been one to say, “Oh laser surgery is easy!”

          Good luck! The difference between my first scalpel surgery and third was night and day for recovery time (and this was 20 years ago!). The difference between my first laser and last laser retinal surgery was also totally different (in a good way). They have come a LONG way in the last 25 years. Except for the driving restriction (on the scalpel surgery), I am not certain anyone having retinal surgery today would have anything in common with my experiences.

    • leslie says:

      You know, I’ve advised all my clients/patients to contact their pharmacist immediately when they experience unusual events when starting new medications. And if their pharmacy is closed, there are always 24-hour pharmacies to call. The pharmacists are trained in and are usually more knowledgeable about medications and their side effects than even the MDs.
      That can be reassuring while you are waiting to hear from or see your doc.
      Somebody is right about those floaters and high blood pressure. I need to remember that myself. My bp has decreased significantly since my retirement (except for when I was fighting with my former employer for them to process the retirement as I’d had no income for a few months). So glad to be done with them – as least thus far.

    • smile says:

      Beside the swollen legs, another side effect of Lisinopril is difficulty swallowing, to the point that after sometime, every other gulp of drink / food goes down the wrong way, resulting in coughing and some fear of swallowing. If you notice this starting to happen, let the doctor know, as someone mentioned below, there are other drugs that don’t have this problem. I have witnessed this happening, and it took 6 months for the swallowing to return to normal after quitting this medication.

    • foxyladi14 says:


  9. elliesmom says:

    None of us suggested you invite them in. 😉

  10. gram krakka says:

    I”m on your side Klown. I am very wary of these vermin. Be on the lookout for fleas from the possums and raccoons.

    The first house I bought with my ex was a big, old, drafty house built in 1840 located close to the Ohio river. Over the years it had been added onto several times. The house was in an estate and had been empty for some time, except for the raccoons. You could see their footprints in the upstairs bathroom on the door, floor and toilet.

    One night a baby raccoon slid down the inside of the wall behind the headboard of my bed. For hours you could hear it screaming and claw its way up the wall and slide back down. The sound was like nails on a chalkboard. Eventually it made it back up to the attic. It took a while to figure out all the entry points and get them sealed. One night I was outside shining a flashlight on the roof when the police drove by and wanted to know what was going on. I told them I was looking for coons. They laughed and drove off.

    In the meantime the house became so full of fleas that I had to spray Raid on my feet before getting getting out of bed. To get rid of the fleas we burned sulfur candles, which meant we had to leave for about 3 days. What a nightmare.

    On a separate note, I just returned to my Ohio home for a few days after being in Texas for the past 20 months. Now I am battling the spiders. The place inside and out looks like it is ready for Halloween. Mother Nature is a b*tch.

  11. helenk3 says:

    was the possum from cuba?


    has anyone seen this little gem?
    when ever the fools start talking about SS cuts, remind them of just what is happening here and ask what do they plan to do about it?

    telling the people who worked and contributed to SS that they have to take a cut and will get over it seems kind of wrong to me when they do nothing about this

  12. DandyTIger says:

    If critters either invade the home or damage the garden, it’s open war. I’m an occasional hunter and live in rural america, so the war usually has the same result if the critters hang around long enough.

  13. leslie says:

    I know this is OT, but I’ve been hearing the chorus all morning and thought I’d pay tribute to Steve Goodman. He wrote the song that has become the anthem for Cubs fans everywhere.

    • helenk3 says:

      I am glad they won

    • cynic says:

      Oh Leslie, my hubby and all of his family members are die-hard Cubs fans. We had such a good time last night watching the game. I found myself jumping up and down in the living room!

      • leslie says:

        I can only imagine how excited everyone is. My youngest dtr is a Cubs fan (the rest of us are White Sox fans) and she was thrilled. I figure if I am excited about this win, those real Cubs fans who have waited – some for their entire lifetimes – must be over the moon!.
        I just hope the rest of the post season goes as well for the Cubs as it has. 😀

  14. mothy67 says:

    I thought I was going to die. I had bunny bunny out on the deck. She is some Norway breed. Phone rang I stepped inside to get it. 20 seconds there was this huge bird swooping down. I swear it waSs a teradactyl my dad thinks they are extinct. No this beast was huge. Uglier than Debbie Worcheschire Sauce. I love bunny bunny but they are cruel gifts. Get fed and locked in.a cage. Mine is so affectionate. Sits on my shoulder or lays on my chest. She will ride on the roomba. Great fun but you have to be attentive. No electrical cords and although she will use litter box if a motorcycle goes by she poops and then jumps on my lap. She plays with my dogs. Cam is at least 20. Border Collie. Amazing creature Shay and I pretend fight he goes after me teeth bared. He protects. He was so beaten i can feel the calcium deposits when I pet him. I try to talk him for a walk he breaks free and runs home. They say he had it really bad was found on a highway after being thrown out of a moving vehicle. Some do gooders found him and saved him. He had cigarette burns. Bella is impossible. She was taken away from her mom to early. A birthday gift for a little girl. She got bored they tied her up to a tree and left her. Seems they went away and left her alone with some food. A nieghbor took notice and she was taken to a shelter. She is a hot mess. Cannot stop barking. Tried shock collars, obedience school, muzzles, phermones. None work just puts her in distress. She needs to constantly be heard. She plays with deer and bunny. Very kind but she barkd nonstop. She is on prozac and xanex. Vet says she has anxiety. For reals a hot mess she panics. Trying to get her in the car to go to vet. She pukes and shakes. We go to therapy.

    Anyhow those of you that love cats. SHaypup and I found two tiny ones in a box. Appears when they are teeny a shelter cannot take them. I was a foster cat parent. I am allergic but these cuties were gonna die. I sucked it up. So tiny and they clung to me. I told the cat people not to sweat it about the food/litter. They dropped it off on my stoop
    Shelters cannot deal with pups or kittens. They are over extended as it is. You can get paid to foster care. I take brat to a shelter and we play with dogs every Sunday. I am crazy about college. Volunteer work means something. Instead of just a one snippet on a college app I got a local newscaster inviting my brat to go to work. I am sitting in a news station watching my baby girl at the contol panels. Fuck yeah. I picked up two tiny kittens and took care of them i have gotten so much
    I want to scream my little one was thrown away. Discarded. Your fault you were born now give me more welfare. Ugh. I am 9 years into her life I say I am obsessed with college. I am but I care more about her making good decisions she makes good ones
    I like lemonade. Despise pity. I am so proud of my rugrat. She is a good person. A throw away kid who had a great gay uncle that grew up with an outhouse and had two major open heart surguries, a gain gay and then conservative again gay. Baby does not yet know I am a f a g. My choice she is so young. I will be honest. She is allowed to be angry. All I know is I have given her thus far 9 years of my life. I will always stand by her. I think she knows
    Such a geek. I let her be alone. She was adult by herself in a home(duh i was on the porch)
    Hate her she played Back to December(very first song I bought her) . Then Coat of Many Colors. Then Poor poor pitiful me then I Need You Now. 9 years old what a bitch. She likes Back to December and I Need You Now. Urchin played Dolly Parton because she knew I was pretending to leave her alone. Whole thing is she is 9 and wants to assert independence. I tried to lie. Gave her the house. Crud knew I was lying.

    • votermom says:

      So is bunny bunny safe?

      • mothy67 says:

        Sod off you tosser I bit the birds head off and using my white male priveledge fed her carcass to my indonisian sex slaves.
        No I love my bunny. I sleep with her. I believe I am an asshole. Maybe not I hurt people asshole but I am like white trash John Galt. I can be so cold.. I am an asshole. Step up folks. I say this all the time. I met my baby girl when her future was welfare trash. My being gay is hogwash. I am an idiot who saw potential in a baby. I am so inspired by her. I want to be a better man. Think about it i am wierdest person ever. I was in a pubin London ended up on x ina fucking Rothchilds castle. No thanks.

  15. Dora says:

    Look at these pictures! Wow! Now we have someone to take on Putin. 🙂

    DILFy Martin O’Malley Makes Twitter Wet During First Democratic Debate

    He might be polling in the single digits, but if the Internet is any indication, the support for his body is unanimous.


  16. mothy67 says:

    I vote I be forever banned. I vote ban me. I am so annoying. I go on and on. I thinkone thought turns into 20. Just shut me off. I will still read but hey zoos crisco I be jackass. I can go on and on. Bar m e.

  17. Dora says:

  18. Myiq2xu says:

    Judging by the reactions afterwards there is a general consensus that Jim Webb was at the wrong debate.

  19. Myiq2xu says:

    Apparently Sheryl Crow was possessed by the ghost of Roseanne Barr last night. She did everything but grab her crotch and spit.

  20. Dora says:

    Stop paying attention to FOX!

    Poll: Trump tops Carson by double digits in Nevada, South Carolina


  21. mothy67 says:

    My mom hates the gheys. I can call her a bitch no one else. My momhates me. Not really but sort of. Homosexuality makes me sick. Gee thanks mother pass the gravy. My mom does dislike gay people. I am her son. She was a high school drop out when she had me. I had a hole the size of a quarter another the size of a dime. My ventricles leaked(i have no idea what a ventricle is) . In a nut shell I had a bum ticker. Teenage mom. God I hate her but piss off it is Irish white trash hate. My 10th grade drop out mom became a nurse. She still hates the gheys. I’m her fucking son and she hates me. Not really I know she loves me. We had a meltdown today. Finally new dishwasher today. I sort of hit on thevinstaller. I have a deseaseI play with people.hate it but I do it. I get in sooo much trouble with women collecting husbands. I am unaware I do it.com i do manipulate always throgh humor. I don’t see it for me it has always been defense i grew up where a sissy boy got his ass kicker. Humor became a weapon. I hate it but I am costantly disarming others .
    My mom watched me talking dishwasher guy and she went nuts. We fought. Screams. Tears. I do hate her almost as much as I love her. I used the c word yep I called my mom that term but I was weeping saying I could not be here for Shaylaif not for you. You gave me all I have to give. Some idiots might say calling your mom c word is beyond it all. Shut up. My mom hates her queer son. She also loves me. Extremes.
    Irish Catholic home arguments are so stupid. I am yelling at my mother then i am telling how profound she is. I am now 48 baby girl was thrown awau. No matter i made a choice to protect her and that fire came from my mom.

  22. mothy67 says:

    I might be repeating myself but baby girl is doing Back to December. First song I bought her. She is growing up. I gave her some space. 9 I hired swat teams but left her alone. She was all grown up. She played I need you now and sang along. I was on my roof crying. Imagine hearing your best friend sing off key at twilight. Haunting in a good way. Brat knew I was listening cause she followed it up with Turn the Page. I nearly exploded. So happy. Imagine sitting on a roof hearing a child sing Bob Seegar.

      • mothy67 says:

        This goes back a few years. I recall my brat was so tiny. I bought her an mp3 player and this was first song. To be honest I also bought Faith Hill “THe Way You Love Me” and Elvis “Suspicious Minds” Came with 3 songs. Brat is so lucky I could not torture her with Sinatra and Zep. My favorite song ever is Fool in the Rain and second is Fly me to the Moon.

  23. helenk3 says:

    some questions I would like to have asked of both sides

    will the film maker that was blamed for Benghazi and then jailed be released if you are elected?

    will the doctor that helped us find Ben Laden and then jailed in Pakistan get any help from us?

    Will the hostages held in Iran get help to be freed?

    what are your plans to restore some of the trust in the USA, that backtrack screwed up?

    I know no one will ever ask them, but wouldn’t you love to hear the answers?

  24. cynic says:

    Every time I look at that possum, I get the heebie jeebies. It looks like it has fingers, and is wearing a fingerless glove. (I wonder if the pumpkin pie cream liqueur that I’m drinking has something to do with that?) I see waaay too many of those critters around here, and they hiss and show those teeth when they get caught in our live traps. yuck

    • leslie says:

      NCIS was interrupted here with “special coverage” of the Cubs’ win. And of course, that channel was NOT the one that routinely covers the Cubs. Nor was it the channel that carried the game. I need to try On Demand to see if I can find it. I love that show. Don’t ask me why.

  25. NewOrleans says:

    Donald Trump on Bernie. 😛

    We need a strong leader- and fast!

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  26. mothy67 says:

    Has anyone else watched American Horror Story Hotel? I am flabbergasted. I think I just watched porn. It was not unlike the democratic debate.. i spent two hours watching that thing trying to convince myself it was real. . For America’s sake I pray I have gone stark raving mad and I made it all up. Cannot be real. They all seemed like extras from a 1970.s Norman Lear sitcom. Refuse to believe Bernie/Hills/omally are real. It has to be my own depravity that made them up. No way at this very precarious time is that the best we have. I felt like I was watching a cartoon. The debate pushed me more toward Trump. He is mocked by our betters but Shrillary makes me dizzy trying to follow her double speak. I hope no one lets Unole Bernie drive.. i know not why but I hear him and I think of Micheal Caine in California Suite. I also smell a musty sock drawer. Obola wascthe first reality tv prez. Trump is just better at it. Media fell over itself lying to prop up bambi. He had so many kids at a speech in Bloomington. Conveniently left out from news stories was free pizza and Dave Matthews Band. I just finished Art of the Deal. Donald is so funny and smart. He lays a trap and the media blithe dannerly steps in. Something about !jebs posture bothers me. It’s not that he is 6 foot 20 inches or that his wife is lilypution. It’s something in his shoulders that offsets me. And who freaking becomes Catholic. Born and raised. Sucks. I torture myself about unkind words I said at 9. My faith has sustained me. As a gay fella I hate my parents. They hate me. Yet I love my mom and dad. I loathe my religion but it is a part of me. I am in good company(dh lawrance) i like Our Lady of Perpetual Controversy(aka Madonna) when she is direct. Iget lost. I use GPS to find out which way up is. I have many struggles. How I was constructed. If i was offered a pill that said all bad stuff goes away. I would decline. Nope pain free would mean I could not have been there for my brat. So worth it.

  27. mothy67 says:

    I have an advanced degree in stupid. I challenge you all . I am dumber than all of you forever and a day infinty plus one.
    I really am stupid. I cannot figure out Hillary. God she is awful. Train wreck. 2008 I walked up and down hills for her. I believed in her. Hours years Igave to her. Yuck 2016 hillary makeske sick. I understand women hate the c word. I try to exhibit decency. I find her so gross’ never will i utter c word. I respect the real women in my life too much to go garbage over a ——-‘.gx

    • swanspirit says:

      Hillary is like an old golfer or football or baseball player. They had it once, but no more. She is just a shell of her former self, and she may not even know it, but I think Bill does.

  28. mothy67 says:

    Question. I will never ever be drunk around my baby girI gotattacked by my little brother that I will die and that is worse than any physical abuse. Ouch. I love rugrat and set up my whole life to benefit her. I was given a death notice. I honestly thought go out in style. Sadly my two months has turned into four years. I was near death. Kinda sucks when you don’t die. I am scared. I was ready to die. Fucking baby girl made me live. I cared about her. I never drank around her but I thought I was dying. Smashed 24/7 away from her. I need help. I know I can be strong and real as I did for my baby but I fail at self love. I cannot not take care of me. I only function when I am taking care ofsomething else. I am going to try rehab. I am so sad give me something t o take care of i am sober as a judge. Leave me alone and I consume gallonscof vodka. I thought it was fine. I drink alone. No one sees no one gets hurt. Fucking baby brother 20 years younger said what happens to her when you are gone. I got kicked in the teeth. I was slap happy with my two months to live diagnosis years ago. I did not die. I also forgot to live. I dread the thought of rehab. I am in agony thinking about it. What will happen when someone shares about giving a blow job to a pug and I say I don’t care you bore me. People with fake problems bore me. I do not give head to dogs, rob, rape, steal, watch the view, vote democratic but I sit alone and drink. I cannot see how that is worse than watching the View. Anyhow right or wrong I love my baby.i seriouusly did think sitting at home drinking was good for her. I saved money.know it is stupid. I will get help.
    I did not ever intend to care about anyone ever.
    I am 48 drunk thinking about going to rehab because of a 9 year old girl. How sad. Guess what is running through my empty head? Song Song Blue.

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