She Lost, Get Over It!


Hillary often takes responsibility but she never takes the blame.

Every so often somebody decides that Jesus is coming soon, and they convince a lot of other people, and they all sell or give away their worldly possessions and go sit on a mountaintop to await His return. Eventually the realization hits them that Jesus ain’t coming.

It’s been six months. She lost. Get over it.

Liberal tears are salty and sweet, but I’m supposed to avoid salt and sweets.


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239 Responses to She Lost, Get Over It!

  1. votermom says:

    Liberal tears. So sweet.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I am really getting tired of the utter foulness of these people.

      • lateblum says:

        Some guy on twitter was complaining about PDJT’s use of the word “pussy” but I challenged around Colbert’s foulness. I also called him a tool. I can’t tell which bothered him more.

        • DeniseVB says:

          The “pussy” word was used in a private conversation that was leaked to the public. Colbert’s slur was an intentional public statement meant to embarrass a public figure, which is more vile than locker room chat. Billy Bush also lost his network job, Trump still won because we’re not easily offended like the butthurt progs.

          I stopped watching Colbert when his Colbert Report “jokes” became mean spirited, and he got worse after he took over for Letterman. AKA, not funny.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            This.
            Plus Colbert did not just use a slur – he carefully crafter a vulgar and graphic statement for a hit that would be praised by his fellow progs. I can see him practicing in front of the mirror to ensure he delivered it with what he considered the perfect expression.

      • mcnorman says:

        He’s become an utter vulgarian which is too bad. There was a time long ago when I thought he had some semblance of dignity.

    • lateblum says:

      With few exceptions, Colbert hasn’t been funny since he left The Daily Show. I never really liked The Colbert Report. And I do not enjoy his program now.
      And it has NOTHING to do with political leanings. It has mostly to do with him. (And his own belief that he is the smartest and funniest man on tv.)

    • 49erDweet says:

      Stephen Colbert is struggling to find a place for him in the ever-shrinking Modern Comedy World. It’s not working and he’s desperate. He’s be headlining in Singapore next.

    • DeniseVB says:

      From Vox, of all places, seems Colbert used a homophobic slur in his Trump dis, not cool, but voxsplained very well here:

      https://www.vox.com/identities/2017/5/2/15515066/stephen-colbert-trump-putin-homophobia-late-show

    • DeniseVB says:

      Reminds me of a recent interview with Dingy Harry lying on the Senate floor in 2012 that Mitt didn’t pay taxes. Harry’s response, “Well, he lost, didn’t he?”.

    • lyn says:

      Best graf: “A critical media is not a mere reset button that one turns on and off at one’s convenience. Instead, once it was short-circuited after 2008, its burned-out switch cannot be flipped back on in 2017. In sum, there is no longer a believable media that can offer credible critiques of the Trump presidency.”

  2. Dora says:

  3. mothy67 says:

    My sandbox is filled with major players that thought obama was heralding a new era. They need to shit or get off.

  4. mothy67 says:

    I am going out alone tonight. First time in a decade. I am already drunk so it will be cheap. I mean out out. Like clean clothes out.

    • votermom says:

      have fun!
      But not too much fun…

      • mothy67 says:

        I called a cab. So bored already. I put 60 dollar hair shit in. What a joke. I am 50 with a kid I’m going out wearing ten year old Versace. Pathetic. I am going out clubbing anyhow to see what I am not missing. I am such a loser. I am thinking about report cards. Kid is away. I won’t have this chance for another yeae.

        • jenlyn says:

          I think New York is hard hard on people you have to be in the thinnest the richest the coolest. One day if you come to Texas you can hang with me will go to the lake will drink beer vodka left swim in the lake Saul Good you’ll never have as much fun everyone will love you no questions asked

        • Jadzia says:

          Last year’s Prada!

          • mothy67 says:

            I have not had a job in 10 years. I thought I had enough to live small until I started dealing meth. Kid came along oops savings has dwindled. I started looking around. I am half as old as dirt. I made bank being an event planner. I can’t do that again. I got an offer to be an international courier. The pay is mid 40s with a ton of bonuses. It seems to good to be true. I would have to get a crash pad in New York. I am feeling it out. Seems it’s all legal stuff. Is that real? Do they pay people to simply fly documents. Base is mid 40’s but every trip includes a stipennd and there is a bonus. I don’t even need a crash pad. Pittsburgh to JFK is 45 minutes.

  5. Venus says:

    #NeverTrumps are out in full force railing against the “budget” –yet they actively worked to get Hillary elected. Funnily enough I don’t trust a thing they say.

  6. CiscoKid says:

    “At this moment, President Trump is giving serious consideration on moving the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jersulem”
    Vice-President Pence at a Israel Independence Day Commemoration Event, White House.
    Interesting.

    • Venus says:

      You were asking about this yesterday.

      • CiscoKid says:

        I missed this today.
        See? That’s why I stop at TCH. One can’t possibly search the entire internet to find news that isn’t being reported by the media.
        I was very concerned about the budget that was passed, but it’s only for the remaining fiscal year, so I’m relieved.
        I read this comment somewhere, but I fully agree.
        3 “S”
        Supreme Court
        Second Amendment
        Security, The Wall
        But I would add the money to re-build the military.
        If other things have to wait, I’m ok with that.
        How can you have a strong military when they don’t have enough ammo, small arms or bigger, or fuel for ships and aircraft?
        I remember this during the Clinton administration, no better under Obama.

  7. DandyTIger says:

    Newt mentioned today that upon reading the budget bill carefully, it does including funding for a border wall/fence. It just says you can’t use concrete. So the border security money in the bill can be used for starting the wall, building fencing, building any sort of non concrete wall (say steal), and of course border security personnel themselves.

    • lyn says:

      The Democrats are spiking the ball and lying. See video above.

      • CiscoKid says:

        I did. And Tks Venus for the link.
        Damn! I’m glad Mick is in our corner. This was like a boxing match.
        The media couldn’t get a ko, not even a decision.
        Mick won just by pulling their pants down.

  8. taw46 says:

  9. CiscoKid says:

    HeyJackass!
    Illustrating Chicago Values

    Site last updated: 5/2/17, 08:38 CDT
    Final April Totals (YoY)
    Shot & Killed: 46 (+28%)
    Shot & Wounded: 270 (-2%)
    Total Shot: 316 (+2%)
    Total Homicides: 48 (+20%)
    2017 Stats Shortlink
    Week in Progress (4/30 – 5/6)
    Shot & Killed: 1
    Shot & Wounded: 18
    Total Shot: 19
    Total Homicides: 1
    2017 Stats Shortlink
    And Illinois taxaholics find another worthless solution to gang violence.

    http://www.guns.com/2017/05/02/state-level-gun-dealer-licensing-bill-passes-in-illinois-senate/

    • SHV says:

      March was down but caught up in April so now = to 2016 at 193. Not included are 18 death “investigations”.
      Chicago gets the attention but, IIRC, doesn’t make the top 10 for homicide rates. Baltimore is setting all time records with >100 homicides and less than 1/4 Chicago population. Common denominator seems to be the SJWs shutting down proactive policing and the criminal justice system not prosecuting and incarcerating violent felons.

      • CiscoKid says:

        “Incarcerating violent felons”.
        But only for a short while.
        This is typical of felons released early, only to commit more crimes.
        Now the woman in this incident should have used more common sense, but still, if the offender was still behind bars as he was sentenced, this wouldn’t have happened.
        ” Alexander Carter, 46, is charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated criminal sexual assault, theft and reckless conduct.
        Alexander Carter, 46, is charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated criminal sexual assault, theft and reckless conduct.
        View Full CaptionCourtesy Chicago Police Department
        COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — A man on parole for armed robbery is accused of raping and robbing a Lakeview woman he followed home from a Wicker Park bar last weekend.

        Alexander Carter, 46, was sentenced in 2005 to 25 years in prison for armed robbery, aggravated battery with a weapon and aggravated unlawful restraint, court records show. He was released on parole last June.

        Carter was back in court Tuesday — this time on allegations he raped a 24-year-old Lakeview woman he met at Nick’s Beer Garden late Saturday.

        According to prosecutors, the woman and a friend were playing pool and having drinks at the Wicker Park bar at 1516 N. Milwaukee Ave., when Carter approached the pair and began making advances toward the victim.

        Carter then sat by himself and watched the duo play pool, Assistant State’s Attorney Sheila York said during a bond hearing Tuesday.

        Carter soon followed the woman and her friend to a nearby Taco Bell, prosecutors said. The friend went inside, according to York, while Carter and the victim stood outside smoking.

        The victim next said she remembered being inside a Lyft car, where she and Carter discussed smoking marijuana, prosecutors said.

        After smoking together in the woman’s apartment in the 500 block of West Oakdale Avenue shortly after midnight Sunday, authorities said, the woman tried to “end the evening.”

        Carter refused to leave and proceeded to grope and kiss the woman as she repeatedly said, “no,” and tried to pull away, York said. When Carter became aggressive and told the victim he had a gun, the woman stopped fighting, according to prosecutors.

        Carter is accused of raping the woman and stealing her iPhone, laptop and credit cards before fleeing her apartment early Sunday.

        Using a tracking application, Chicago Police officers were able to trace the woman’s phone to the 200 block of West Garfield Boulevard, where Carter was arrested after a brief chase, prosecutors said. Carter also had the woman’s laptop.

        The victim was taken to a local hospital, where a rape kit was collected.

        Carter, of the 200 block of West 74th Street, is charged with aggravated criminal sexual assault, robbery, theft and reckless conduct.

        In addition to his 2005 conviction, Carter has convictions for burglary, aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, attempted robbery and multiple drug charges.

        Cook County Judge Donald Panarese Jr. on Tuesday set bail at $2 million.”

  10. Via AofSHQ:

    We’re told cars are dangerous. It’s safer to drive through South Central Los Angeles than to walk there. We’re told cars are wasteful. Wasteful of what? Oil did a lot of good sitting in the ground for millions of years. We’re told cars should be replaced with mass transportation. But it’s hard to reach the drive-through window at McDonald’s from a speeding train. And we’re told cars cause pollution. A hundred years ago city streets were ankle deep in horse excrement. What kind of pollution do you want? Would you rather die of cancer at eighty or typhoid fever at nine? – P.J. O’Rourke

    • kanaughty says:

      all i can think is carrie fisher asking george lucas why she can’t wear a bra, and he said, there are no bras in space 🙂 lol

    • lateblum says:

      Yes, he trashed her and whatever she said. I disagree with him on his ideas of what pre-existing medical conditions should not be covered. Most of those that he mentioned are addictions. The costs of treating them are quite costly, but if treatment isn’t available, those people are truly condemned to a very sick life and early/painful death. I am not a bleeding heart, but I’m not willing to take away treatment from people who need and truly want help.
      I am certain there are many who will disagree with me. That’s fine. I’m sticking with this position.

      • John Denney says:

        If you subsidize it, you get more of it.
        Under LBJ, the government started subsidizing unwed black mothers; now the illegitimate rate among blacks is over 70%.
        Cheap healthcare for smokers and alcoholics is a form of subsidy.
        Need to strike the balance between caring and enabling.

        • lateblum says:

          There’s a difference between giving money to people per child monthly into eternity and funding a treatment for a disease. It’s too easy calling treatment enabling. And believe me I’ve seen plenty of people who fail at addiction programs. But I’ve also seen people do well and are not financially enabled or rewarded for their addictions. How good it is that we don’t all have to think the same way and can still get along.

      • Venus says:

        So does that mean it should not be up for discussion?
        Because that is what he says — he thinks it should be debated. Personally I don’t think people should be “punished” because they smoke, etc. But I’m willing to say it should be discussed and voted on.

  11. Dora says:

    A place where she will always find supporters.

    ===

    Star-studded crowd supports Hillary at Planned Parenthood gala

    An array of celebrities ­ from Meryl Streep to Tina Fey to Scarlett Johansson to Julianne Moore to Chelsea Handler ­ turned out to support Planned Parenthood at its centennial celebration, and to hear Hillary Clinton urge continued activism on behalf of women and girls around the world, and access to services like pregnancy and maternity care.

    http://pagesix.com/2017/05/03/star-studded-crowd-supports-hillary-at-planned-parenthood-gala/

  12. DeniseVB says:

    Greg is right, time to crack down on these “jackasses” or they’ll keep rioting, just because they can.

  13. votermom says:

  14. DeniseVB says:

    Dice has had a few run ins with FB removing “inappropriate” content they thought was homophobic (it was not, he had those reinstated).

  15. mothy67 says:

    I went out got very drunk and very bored. Ten years makes a world of difference. I used to look over my shoulder before I went into a gay bar. Same bars are still there from 1985 when I was off to college. It is now totally normal. I guess its great for young people. I confess I liked it when I was a deviant. There was a thrill to being odd. Last night was no different than walking to the top of my hill and going to the local pisser. I am missing nothing. I was drinking white wine because that was what I had at home. You can’t really do beer after wine. I had maybe 6 drinks in three bars and got a cab. Glad I went while kid was away. It has been 10 years with the chump. Pre her I worked and lived in bars. Its all I did. Every day. Last night showed me I’m not missing anything. Cameron and Bella were all over me as soon as I walked in. I of course ate as one does when drunk. Oreo, the rabbit, had her little head out. I sat on the floor and shared food with her. Love my bunny. Woke up craving a bloody mary and saw the awful dwarf frogs. I have to clean that fucking tank. It made me feel good. I deal with this child every day. You get bored. Do I matter? Days and months run together. 40 became 50 in a blink. Going out last night showed me I am not missing a thing. I have been up a little over an hour. Bella,my dog, have gotten into at least 5 fights. She is an asshole. Love her. I was talking to this guy last night who was my age. He was very upwardly mobile. Wow he enjoyed telling me how important he was. I was thinking about changing hand towels in my bathrooms. This guy was saying while I was in Lisbon, I was thinking about the fact I have not changed hand towels since Christmas. I did not care he was a globetrotter. I have lived in Lisbon and many other cities. This guy was talking to me like I was Anna Nicole. I was thinking about hand towels. I went to the loo came back and he had his out. I just laughed and asked for a cab. I might go out again at 60.

    • Jadzia says:

      There is only one gay bar that I know of in this town(*), and it is SO SEDATE I am falling asleep just thinking about it. We’re talking “a big list of non-alcoholic drinks and a big stack of board games for people to play” BORING. It’s nothing like Boys Town in the ’80s and ’90s.

      (*)There are probably more, but I only know of one.

  16. Dora says:

    She’s thinking about the House or Senate. Oh please.

    ===

    Caroline Kennedy creates political run buzz at Met Gala
    http://pagesix.com/2017/05/02/caroline-kennedy-creates-political-run-buzz-at-met-gala/

  17. Jadzia says:

    So after having hair halfway down my back since, oh, 1988 or so, I got my very first middle-aged “I’d like to speak to the manager” haircut yesterday.

    Did not expect to end up looking like a little boy.

    • Jadzia says:

      This is on topic because to be more specific, I look like a 10-year-old version of the “Leave Britney ALOOOOONE!” guy at the top of this post.

      • On the bright side, at least you look younger.

      • DeniseVB says:

        LOL ! Oh girlfriend, as long as your eye makeup is better, I’m sure you’re definitely cuter than Hillary Boy. 😉 On a related note, after decades of short hair, I’m growing mine longer. My inspiration was seeing a photo of Goldie Hawn (a year my senior) with her great mop of hair that you could only see her eyes and mouth. Yep, my goal is to look like Cousin It. 😛

  18. Dora says:

    And in North Carolina too as of last week’s bill passing.

  19. mothy67 says:

    I am on this kick right now were I am evaluating everything as sexy or not. It’s not gay or porno. I just feel the need for slots. I deal with insomnia and if I had my druthers my goal would be to be an unapologetic drunk. I gotta make protein smoothies for a brat at 6 a m.
    So
    Milo sexy the view not
    Tucker sexy Maddow not
    Thai food sexy chinese not
    Adele sexy Madonna not
    Debbie Harry always sexy

    I don’t mean sexy like I want to fuck. I mean sexy like I adore you. I think Golden Gate Bridge is sexy. I look at rivers and I am in heat. They are so striking. I am afraid of bridges. I always want to jump. I walk on the inside and keep my head down low. I live in fucking Pittsburgh its not like I can avoid a bridge. I used to walk across the GWB to prove I could. Scared the hell out of me but I did it many times.

    • lyn says:

      The Left no longer is on the right side. LOL. Fascism is not right.

    • Anthony says:

      Did that jackass Jessica Tarlov just say “Hate speech was protected by the First Amendment?! OK, bitch, here it comes!

    • DeniseVB says:

      I caught this last night live, squeaky girl is no match for Tomi, why does Hannity always have her on? Squeaky, that is.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Does Marcron have a son or daughter? Because she seems about the right age for his progeny and is a teacher just likes Daddy own little cougar.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I wish I saved the link, but Macron doesn’t have the endorsement of Bridgette Bardot, she thinks he’s creepy and supports Marine for making France Great Again 😀

        • Jadzia says:

          Bardot is kind of whackadoodle, to be fair. I’m not sure I would want her endorsement!

          • DeniseVB says:

            Bardot’s been a whackaodle my entire life, so funny I agree with her on something 😉

          • taw46 says:

            She may be a whackadoodle, but she wants the Muslim invasion stopped. And she is willing to stand up and say it, even though she gets charged and fined. So there’s that.

  20. lateblum says:

    I haven’t seen everything here, yet. But I wanted to bring this over before I lost it forever…. If this is a repost, I apologize.

    • dm says:

      Well, mixed feelings here. I can understand how border security for these countries would be beneficial to us in a broader view. Of course, these same congress idiots who voted for our own damn wall back in 2006 apparently did so as a show vote, never intending to fund and follow through. How they can look straight into the camera and lie to us everyday, well, let’s just say that most of them should be nominated for an oscar. We already give nearly every country a boatload of money, yet these same idiots in congress don’t see the need for expenditures here. Oh, they love to spend but on some of the most ridiculous crap that has zero relevance to the average american.

  21. lateblum says:

    The following is from a Tribune article about bronco bama’s (and his mare’s) visit to Chicago today to meet with Chicago leaders to discuss “their” pResidential Library.

    “He said it was too unflashy,” ArchDaily quoted Tsien as saying. “He looked at what we did and he said, ‘I said you could be sort of quiet, but I think you’re a little too quiet.'”

    The architects also speculated that it might cost $1.5 billion to cover construction, endowment and other costs of the library and museum. The escalation is partly explained by a rising endowment requirement for presidential libraries, but also by Obama’s ambition for his library, which will house a museum, archives and community gathering spaces that create a “center for citizenship.”

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-obama-library-announcement-met-0503-20170502-story.html

    Sadly, they still don’t give a sh?t about the murder and chaos in Chicago. Just like before.

    • lyn says:

      “Scott Presler is a large advocate for our 45th President and a member of ACT for America. He has done great work on elections all around the United States and worked to advance the GOP’s presence in political scenes everywhere. Scott sparked a debate about former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and her real treatment of members of the LGBT community considering her Saudi donors. He broke the mold of what it means to be a Trump supporter and conservative – and brings light to people across the nation.
      “Here is my interview with him.”

      https://essentiallyright.com/2017/05/03/scott-presler-breaking-tradition-and-cherishing-values/

      • lyn says:

        I thought I canceled the reply.

        • Somebody says:

          I thought it was an interesting interview, I’m glad you shared it. How sad he gets threats from democrats for his conservative views and support of POTUS, how tolerant of them. BTW POTUS needed that tweet from the inauguration for his crowd claim, LOL!

    • CiscoKid says:

      “and other costs of the library”
      Read, bribes, kickbacks, cost overruns, you know, the Chicago way.

  22. Somebody says:

    How to get your heart pumping and test your bladder control in one easy step….OMFG!

    I just took the little ones with me over to my side yard to check on my veggies, as suspected I had some female zucchini flowers I wanted to make sure were fertilized and the girls enjoyed “painting” the flower with pollen from the males. The real fun happened as we came around the corner of the house to the sliding glass door on the lanai on the back of my house. I was in the lead and as I stepped up onto the back lanai I heard the distinct low rumble growling noise of an alligator mating call…..OMFG…….where is it, grab the girls, survey the area try to locate the gator and plan an escape…..shit, I don’t need this……where is it?? I can’t see it??? I have woods all across the back of my house, he must be near the edge of the woods and I just can’t see him……got to get to safety.

    I approach the lanai again trying to get to the sliding glass door and I hear the growl again. Oh fuck it sounds like he’s on the lanai, probably behind the grill or chairs……head for the front, shit is that door unlocked, is my van??? Are the neighbors home??? Can we make it, I probably shouldn’t run might attract him, wherever the fuck he is, lose the flip flops for sure. A fast walk, get a few feet then run in a zig zag. I know I’ll jump across the neighbors small fence and head around their house, maybe the small fence on top of a two foot block wall will slow the gator down??

    I grab the girls and make my escape path, then I circle around, luckily the drivers door of my van is unlocked. I can open the garage and get into the house that way and I did. I stay behind to make sure the door closes with no critters entering. When I come in the house, I can hear the growling again…..there is a fucking gator on my lanai, a horny gator apparently…..OMFG. I grab the phone to call animal control and I peer out the sliding glass door, where is he?? God he’s loud, he sounds big, but I can’t see him not a speck??? How could a baby gator make such a loud call. Then suddenly I realize the kids had been watching youtube and the computer was on a nature show……there is no horny gator on my lanai, but there was one on my computer, LOL!

    Oh dear Lord you have no idea how freaked out I was. I’ve lived in this house for 16 years and I’ve only seen one gator in my yard and that was the first year and I was one of the first houses in here. This is Florida there are gators around, but they generally stay in the water or the woods. That being said I have woods across the back and down one side with a creek running through it, so there is always a possibility of a gator visiting.

    Holy cow, I need a drink…..what a morning…..btw fast walking and jumping a fence, even a small one carrying two 35 pound kids isn’t fun……holy cow.

    • lyn says:

      😀

    • DandyTIger says:

      I would have needed a change of shorts after that. Holy cow indeed.

      • Somebody says:

        I’m shaking all over coming down from the adrenaline rush, but I don’t need a change of pants thankfully. Hopefully this shaking will stop soon.

    • lateblum says:

      OMFG !!! 😱 Somebody. This is one of the scariest things I’ve read (from you).
      How did the little girls do? How are you?
      This is also one of the stories that will go in your grandparenting book and will be told, and re-told forever.
      💗💗💗

      • Somebody says:

        We’re all fine, I think I’ve finally stopped shaking. The girls are too young to really understand danger from an alligator, besides I never said anything to them other than “Stop” and “Hang on, Gigi is going to run”. They thought it was all great fun. In fact they are ticked off at me right now because I promised them after we checked on my plants we’d go to the grocery store and get everything to make blueberry smoothies to go with lunch. They’re some kind of ticked at me that a trip to the store and blueberry smoothies will have to wait until after lunch.

    • mcnorman says:

      It’s never too early to start drinking when life throws one of these mornings at you Somebody. LOL

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Somebody could make a very special smoothie for herself.

        The Blueberry Rum Smash
        http://www.thekitchn.com/easy-summer-cocktails-blueberr-155174

        • mcnorman says:

          🙂 🙂 🙂

        • Somebody says:

          Screw the smoothies, I’m making some of these!! Thanks for sharing Mt. Laurel, my eldest daughter is coming to town Friday, staying until the 15th……sounds like a perfect girls night drink! She already told me she wanted to have a chick flick night. We’re going to the Shrimp festival this weekend!! I haven’t been in a couple of years, I’m hoping to find some cute things for my yard amongst the arts and crafts.

          Blueberry bonus, the hurricane knocked out a lot of trees at the edge of the woods around my house and I have a boat load of wild blueberries that filled in. I’ve always had a corner with wild blueberries, but now there is well over 200 feet of blueberry bushes. I’ve been trying to take care of them. I’ve watered them some and I fertilized them once. I need to get some netting to protect at least some of them from the birds. In about 6 weeks I should be rolling in the deep with blueberries, so I should be able to sip on these all summer long!!

    • swanspirit says:

      I had no idea alligators could make sounds like this! Absolutely terrifying. They are freaking dinosaurs!

      • kanaughty says:

        wow it does sound like the dinosaur sounds but more subtle in jurassic park.

        • Somebody says:

          Yes they do a little bit, it’s a distinctive sound and most Floridians know it when they hear it. Thanks goodness my gator was only on my computer and not a real one on my lanai, but of course until I got back in the house and figured it out, it was very real to me. I guess I’ll consider it a drill??? I could always claim it was a rare A. youtubensis gator, LOL!

          You know I just had a thought about alligators. When I was a kid growing up here alligators were something you saw at the zoo or in bodies of water. If you went to the lake, river or a creek, you knew there might be gators around. You didn’t however think about or worry about gators in your neighborhood unless you lived on water.

          Flash forward to now, gators are far more prevalent. That’s due to several factors.

          A)They were listed as an endangered species and are still a protected species. As a result their numbers have skyrocketed.
          B) Obviously more land has been developed and they’ve lost habitat
          C) Every neighborhood for decades now has been required to have a series of retention ponds for drainage and guess what likes to live in retention ponds??

          People moving here and developers are responsible for B. Environmentalist are responsible for A and C. Your odds are much higher of seeing a gator in your neighborhood now than they ever were before.

          • I am reliably informed that I sound like that when I snore.

          • taw46 says:

            They say that they are reluctant to take them off the list, because so many people will go out to hunt and kill them, then they will almost disappear again. It is estimated that Florida has about 1.5 million alligators. Since 1948 there have only been 23 deaths from alligator attacks. But this is a bad time of year to be roaming around in the wild. It is mating season and the BIG alligators are out. This was my favorite time of the year at the Space Center, tourists loved it. But we were on a bus watching them, not walking around, lol. They do fascinate me, and even though they mainly mind their business and don’t go after humans, they do scare the hell out of me!

          • taw46 says:

            I don’t know the statistics for alligator bites, there are quite a few. Usually because people are dangling their feet in the water, gardening (a gator could be in the bushes), or trying to save their dog 😥. Somebody, when I lived in Daytona from 1968-1978, I never saw a gator. That was when they were disappearing. Also, as you said, no development like we have today.

          • kanaughty says:

            Yes. My hubs had a babt gator living in their retention pond/big ditch at his work site near new orleans a couple of years ago. The workers would throw him food. Eventually someone at the work site wised up and called wildlife control/refuge people to take him and release him in something more suitable for him to live in and away from people. They even gave the gator guy a name but i can’t remember it now.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      WOW!! Somebody.

      • CiscoKid says:

        X2!
        Even my cat raised his head in his alert mode when I played it.
        Audio was on loud.

  23. mothy67 says:

    Chunky Monkey is still in tears over her iphone. Called me in tears. I don’t give fuck about a phone. Seriously it was 900 now its gone. Shit happens. She was so worried I’d be mad. It’s a phone. She calls me TT I guess because there are two t’s in Timothy. TT I am so sorry. Tears on the phone. She took it in hot tub. Life force case says its water resistant. I do not care one plug nickle. It’s a phone she is a child. I can eat it. Funniest part she knows she will get a new phone. I make her call when she gets to Liv’s in the morning then Christian’s. They walk to school. She is worried I will buy her a flip phone. Her world flip phone is child abuse.

    • lateblum says:

      Bwahahahahaha!!!
      😂😂😂😂😂😂

    • swanspirit says:

      Expressing remorse is a wonderful attribute in a child. It helps them become wonderful, responsible adults. You are doing good, Uncle!

      • Jadzia says:

        Dealing with getting the kids to say sorry is horrible. One kid comes crying because something the other kid did. I call Kid #2: Did you do it? Did you do it on purpose? Well, did you say you’re sorry? And I can be using the NICEST TONE IN THE WORLD, and the kid will invariably start sobbing hysterically as s/he hugs The Little Victim and chokes out a “Pardon.” And then the victim starts to cry.

        When the situation involves two kids, each of whom have done something bad to the other, it’s a veritable symphony of tears.

  24. CiscoKid says:

    In case you’re wondering what Iran is doing with the $1.7 billion Obama gave them.
    Increasing military budget by 145%
    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/iran-using-u-s-cash-fund-unprecedented-massive-military-buildup/amp/

  25. Anthony says:

    Come spills the T, Feinstein is lost for words lmao

    • CiscoKid says:

      Comey sent a private letter to the Chair and rankings, and the leak took place there.
      He never made a public announcement.
      Did you hear Feinstein groan when Comey said that?

    • lateblum says:

      This morning when I heard Comey say “it made me mildly nauseous” I wanted to throw something at the tv. The only thing stopping me was, it was my tv and my coffee. I swear to goddess these people are subhuman. All of them. I just want to slap all of them into kingdom come, as my mother would say.

  26. Dora says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Stupid should hurt

      • Somebody says:

        Yes, yes it should!

        • lateblum says:

          I think it does hurt. They’re too dumb – or is it numb – to notice. I know it pains me everytime I read their ignorant musings. But then I rejoice that I am not part of that mess and I can go on with my life choosing to not be like them.

    • kanaughty says:

      i guess this verified person (verified for what?) has never heard of agatha christie. how stupid can you be to not research this before saying something so dumb?

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Agatha’s books reflect the eras in which they were written. SJW’s cannot read the original works without being triggered.

        • lateblum says:

          SJWs cannot do anything without being triggered. I’ve quite had my fill of them.

        • Somebody says:

          I have such fond memories of reading Agatha Christie. I remember getting them from the bookmobile that used to come by my grandmother’s house in Alabama, where I spent every summer. I loved mystery books, I had gotten into Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, etc. My grandmother, the teacher, cringed and introduced me to Agatha Christie to cut my teeth, so to speak, on real mystery novels. I read every Agatha Christie book that library system had. Grandma had no TV, we’d read, listen to the radio, play parlor (board) games or paint in the evenings, good times!

          • lateblum says:

            Sounds a lot like my summers with grandmother as well. How lovely the memories I have.

          • Somebody says:

            Yes Leslie, I have some great memories. I guess I should have clarified, my grandmother had a TV, just no channels. She got PBS and if the stars aligned she could get the NBC station out of Montgomery, but it would sometimes cut in and out or have a lot of snow. The only thing Grandma ever really watched on TV was “The Lawrence Welk Show”….ah one, an ah two, LOL

      • kanaughty says:

        She’d really be offended by christie’s title “ten little indians”. I remember reading these two by the way cause my mom read them so had them around the house. My mom loves columbo and murder she wrote reruns to this day.

  27. CiscoKid says:

    Well Trump wasted his time.
    Listening to joint statement with Abbas
    Abbas wants 2 state solution, Israel accept 1967 borders and other 💩 that Israel wouldn’t, and imo, shouldn’t accept.

  28. CiscoKid says:

    I guess I’m not the only one upset.
    Anyone else but me that’s upset that the POTUS allowed Abbass to say the only way he will accept peace with Israel is if East Jerusalem (part of Israel) is designated Palestinian territory, and Israel must go back to 1967 borders? We all knew this before he spoke so this was no surprise. I await POTUS presser and his excuse for tolerating the same old, same old before I call him Frump and wish back my vote.
    Tks. Lifetime Fan @RSBN

    • DandyTIger says:

      Actually it’s a good thing. It shows the Palestinians are not interested in peace, and we can all move on to plan B. Abandon the idea of two states. Make the east bank part of Jordan, Gaza part of Egypt. Done and done.

      • Somebody says:

        I agree Dandy, but to anybody paying attention they already knew the Palestinians aren’t interested in peace, never have been. Remember just before Clinton left office the summit at Camp David when Israel promised to give Arafat the sun and the moon and he still refused? They don’t want no stinking peace, they want don’t want to coexist, full stop. It’s long past time to move on from “peace” talks.

  29. CiscoKid says:

    Dandy, somebody.
    Agreed. The palestinians are not interested in peace or co-existing with Israel.
    I’ll have to look, but I vaguely remember something called the 3 or 4, maybe more, “No’s”
    Something like accepting Israel as a country etc.
    On another note, SpiceMan gets WHPC all upset.😂👍
    https://disq.us/url?url=https%3A%2F%2Fm.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DRL0ycPb_t1w%26feature%3Dyoutu.be%3Aol_LicaXih5yOBaSWvQHF_nyovM&cuid=3876887

  30. CiscoKid says:

    Those fucks actually had the nerve to chase Spicer down after he left the briefing room because he didn’t answer a question.
    They were unsuccessful, but pretty unprofessional.

  31. Dora says:

  32. Dora says:

    The woman doesn’t know how lucky she is.

  33. CiscoKid says:

    Ready to fight insomnia big time.
    Have breathing excise ready, and thanks to Somebody’s tip about Neurowater, I’m ready to try tonight.
    CVS, Wallgreens and Target sells it in my area, but not all varieties, some here, some there.
    But I found Sleepmellow mango and Sleep tangerine dream.
    I think I’ll try sleep tangerine dream first. Dream, how can that be bad?

    • DandyTIger says:

      I have a really nice rubber coated heavy mallet if it comes to that. 🙂

    • mothy67 says:

      Hold on there what is this water you write of. I missed Somebody’s tip. Too hung over to go through threads.

      • CiscoKid says:

        Here ‘ya go mothy courtesy of Somebody
        Somebody says:
        May 2, 2017 at 11:58 am
        Have you ever tried the product neurowater? It’s a fairly new product, only be around for a year or two. It’s usually with the bottled water at the grocery store. The ones in the orange bottle are for sleep. I prefer the mango to the tangerine flavor, but you may prefer tart. I can’t drink an entire bottle, usually just a high ball glass is all I need……20-30 minutes later, night, night.

        A friend of my husband’s has Parkinson’s as well as some other medical issues, his medications cause insomnia. My husband suggested neurowater to him. A couple of days later he almost cried when he thanked my husband, said it was the first full night’s sleep he had gotten in over a year. It doesn’t work for everyone though (body chemistry?). My son had terrible insomnia during all the turmoil of the break up with baby mama, he said he drank an entire bottle and it didn’t phase him???

        If you stumble across some at the grocery store give it a try, perhaps combined with the breathing you’ll never have a wakeful night again!!!!
        Reply

        • mothy67 says:

          Thanks
          I checked and they have it at my grocer. I looked it up on amazon. 58 for a case of 24 but no prime shipping and expected delivery was the 12th. Uh no. 3 bucks a day is reasonable if it works. I thought as I aged it would get better. Nope. Worse. Pisses me off when people cry insomnia when what they have is trouble sleeping. I usually go two or three days and. crash hard. It’s not all bad. I’ve been sitting up all night since my teens attempting to think. My life would be easier if I could be a progressive. I’d have more friends. I saw the Grateful Dead at the Spectrum in 1987. The people freaked me out. I became covered in hives. I like the Dead it was the cultish behavior of the crowd that freaked me out. obama fandom was similar. I like Trump a lot but I am not a “fan”. It’s his humor and how he wrote about his brother that hooked me. I am sure I will disagree with him or be disappointed. My identity is not tied up in his being. . I have watched people transform during bambi reign. The people you would think are the smarties. No core values if they so readily adapt. 30 plus years of friendship I became deplorable and a racist. LGBTQ stuff stupifies me. Cannot even have a conversation. They just get loud and yell homophobe. My friend Kana has a doctorate in nursing from Columbia she is married to a surgeon they live in Seattle. Somewhere it is written if you are asian at an Ivy League school you have to have a caucasian gay friend. I think its part of the tuition at UPenn. Here’s your schedule, your dorm and your gay. Her parents are from Japan also doctors. She cannot talk to me about illegals. I am xenophobic. Every fact gets shut down with name calling. There is no foundation to the modern progs positions. It’s just what the better people think. Reminds me of the scene in Life is Beautiful. Well heeled woman in a luxury hotel is having dinner and she discusses Hitler’s solution to the handicapped. They all agree. Extermination. Not one of my college friends has a child in public school but they all love Common Core. Their average kids will be exceptional. I am of course racist for calling bullshit on CC. I have no idea how they can conclude that math which jumps all over hell and half of Georgia that has no parental guidelines, no texts is somehow egalitarian if they have never seen it. They have never set eyes on the twisted way of finding least common denominator but freely call me racist for questioning it. I asked teach why no homework. She hinted homework was racist. To me saying black or hispanics can’t do homework like the crackers is racist.
          Softball game I was talking with the moms. Kiera’s mom just got married. She has two bi racial children to two different men and her new husband is black. I asked where she grew up. She said north side. I said that’s where she caught jungle fever. I nearly killed softball moms. You can’t comment on the obvious. Gina likes black men. Her black children kinda give that away. No one will talk about it. Kiera is refreshing on sleep overs. Polite. They are finishing year 6 together. Gina never misses anything. We have sat together at every dance and softball game. Shaypup loves the pool. One of us takes her almost daily. This year we are going to drop her off. It is only open to residents and enclosed. 50 bucks a year. I take all the kids. Gina asked if I would take her daughter twice a week. I said I thought Kiera hated the water. She said why because she’s black. I said no because Kiera told me she hates the water. We chuckled. I don’t want any money. Just send your kid with enough to buy snacks. I literally herd children to the pool. We just pick them up as we walk. My town is small. 15 minutes to pool. I can collect 25 children on route. I walk them all home. All I ask is they have to have money for food. Concessions are cheap. 2 dollar burger. 75 cent soda. Shay eats a soft pretzel with cheese and a water everyday. 2.25. I am so much cheaper than daycare.
          Wow children 17 and under can get pool pass for 15. Adults are 35. I do very much like my small town.
          http://brentwoodboro.com

          • taw46 says:

            Sounds like a nice little town. I enjoyed my year in Moon Township. I worked there for a year with the airline. Did a lot of sightseeing. Sewickley and Mount Washington were my favorite places.

      • Somebody says:

        Neurowater, it’s with the bottled water at the grocery or target, walmart and apparently the drug store. The sleep formula is in an orange bottle, either tangerine or mango. Drink it about 30 minutes before you want to go to sleep.

        Cisco, I much prefer the mango flavor, tangerine dream is a little too tart for me. Hubby likes the tangerine, says the mango is too sweet. Like I said before I drink about half the bottle and that’s fine for me. Hubby’s friend with Parkinsons and medication induced insomnia says he needs almost an entire bottle between 2/3 and 3/4.

        Let me know how it works for you, it’s worked for everybody that has tried it except my son. It’s all the rage with ATC’s, most of them work 2 turn around shifts a week (8-9 hours between shifts). Neurowater helps them unwind after a swing shift (3-11 or 4-midnight) so they can get some sleep before their next shift at 7 or 8am the next morning after getting off around midnight. About half of them also work a day shift and double back in on the graveyard. Hubby wants to know where Neurowater was all those years he had to work crazy shifts that changed every day.

        • CiscoKid says:

          Then mango it will be.
          It was pretty neat.
          All I did was hit the Internet, hit the website, put in my zip code and voliá.
          The stores that carried the flavors I wanted were close, 1.6 miles away and 2 miles.
          I’ve probably been walking past this stuff for years and never noticed.

  34. Dora says:

  35. lateblum says:

    I think I’m taking a break for a while. But I just want to say that every time I look at the banner at the top of TCH, I continue to be struck by the diversity that we see in bronco bama’s staff.
    Just sayin’

    • Jadzia says:

      Come back soon! Enjoy the break!

    • DeniseVB says:

      Breaks are good. Whenever I see the TCH banner, I see red #MAGA hats on all of them 🙂

    • Venus says:

      Depends on your priorities. They don’t look alike but they are clones of each other in every substantive/material way.

      Personally I’ll talk all old white guys if there is serious debate of ideas, humility and competency.
      Just sayin’

      • lateblum says:

        Absolutely agree. After I posted, I realized it sounded as though I was serious. When, in actuality, I was being sarcastic. Thanks for just sayin’ what I meant to say.

  36. Jadzia says:

    You guys are missing a presidential debate in which the candidates are calling each other names. Me to husband: Let me know if she makes Macron cry. Also, plz tape that for me.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Looking forward to seeing the video when put up on youtube somewhere. I hope she makes him cry. Assuming it will all be a nothingburger though.

      • Jadzia says:

        Yeah. My husband gave me a long explanation yesterday of how LePen can win (that boiled down to the fact that her voters are more committed and will turn out more than Macron’s, which I believe but it’s still not going to be enough). My eyes just glazed right over.

        But I do still have righteous indignation against Macron. His big May Day announcement was that he was going to keep pushing the loi de travail–those reforms that sparked the protests that shut down my school for weeks last year and that 67 PERCENT OF THE FRENCH PEOPLE OPPOSE. The reason I’m pissed is not because of the substance of the damn law. The reason I’m pissed is that he has such a fucking sense of entitlement that he’s standing up and saying look, I’m going to do this thing that the people clearly told us they opposed, but guess what, I’m going to do it. Because he’s entitled to the presidency.

        I just wish he wasn’t gonna get away with it. I have this queasy feeling that even Melenchon would have done less long-term damage to this country than Macron and his cronies are fixing to do.

      • Jadzia says:

        I read a bit of her bio after the first tour, mostly because I was curious about whether she is a product of the French elite grande ecoles system. (The answer is kind of: she went to the top law school and practiced for a while, but it doesn’t seem like she was ever given entry into the really elite circles, probably because of her dad.)

        But here’s the part that grabbed me: Her house was bombed! When she was 8 years old! Apparently it was the biggest post-war bombing. The target was her dad. You’ll be shocked to hear that the perpetrator was never caught.

        And now that I know that, I understand better how she can get up and go to work being the media and the bien pensant’s whipping girl every goddamned day. “Hey, motherfuckers. You bombed my HOUSE! You think calling me names on Twitter is going to make me fold? Guess again!!!!”

        Oh, and we’re not allowed to like Joan of Arc anymore because she’s a symbol of nationalism. Good luck with that in Orleans, just down the road. Half the churches and schools in this town are named after her. I do see Marine as our Jeanne. Which is I guess why Jeanne needs to be demonized.

  37. DeniseVB says:

    Yep.

  38. Jadzia says:

    Debate is over. Macron did not cry. He did call Marine a parasite. Still trying to get the context on that one.

  39. taw46 says:

    Did she really say this? 😂

  40. They remained together, but it was about this time that Jager began to realize her then-boyfriend’s ‘deep-seated need to be loved and admired.’
    The book claims that Barack kept on seeing Jager for the first year he was dating Michelle but said it stopped after the couple married in 1992
    Now 53, the associate professor and director of the East Asian program at Oberlin College in Ohio, told Garrow that Obama became ‘so very ambitious very suddenly.’
    ‘I remember very clearly when this transformation happened, and I remember very specifically that by 1987, about a year into our relationship, he already had his sights on becoming president.’
    But Obama believed he needed to ‘fully identify as African American’ to fulfill his political ambitions – and believed that having a non-black spouse could damage his prospects, according to the book.
    This reportedly put pressure on Obama’s relationship with Jager who is of Dutch and Japanese heritage.

  41. mothy67 says:

    I am off to buy nuero water. Sadly after 20 years of no credit cards I applied when kid was taking tutoring. Now I have at least 20. My wallet is too small. It’s only been two months and I have hundreds in cash back. That is Christmas. I set up an annuity years ago. I pay everything off but then I have no cash. These are all interest free with at least 9 months. Problem is one gives 3% at grocer but which one? I have no problem paying 12 for a glass of wine but a gallon of OJ goes up a quarter and I lose my shit. Priorities? I want 3% not 2.
    Funny— rabbit is mad. She seems to not like timothy grass. My parents are away. All I have is timothy grass. No pet stores nearby. I will pick her up vegies but she is being a total biatch. She takes her bowl and flips it over. She is a rodent. She looks right at me and flips her bowl over. Audacity. Yes I will give in. I always give in. At 50 someone, something, anything should give me a modicum of respect. Nope zilch not even from a bunny. Considering my name thumper is going all out with insult. I think I want to be a dictator. Bella is in hiding because I caught her on table eating pizza. She is under my mom’s bed. I ordered two large. I don’t like cooking for myself. Two large can feed me for days. The boxes were taped shut. Demon dog got up on table and was chowing down. All I did was yell bella when I interrupted her feast. Now she is hiding. She knows she done wrong but it didn’t stop her. I am so pathetic. You know I am buying beggin strips at grocer.

  42. helenk3 says:

    the lastest bs from a bunch of spoiled brats. occupy the administration building of Santa Cruz college.
    my idea is turn off all power to the building. nobody in or nobody out. In today’s world computer access can be from other places on campus and the office work can go on.
    I am so sick and tired of the bs. they want the segregation separate housing for blacks. OK I lived through that when I was young. It worked then I guess it can work now. They want the Rosa Park house paint red-black-green but too damn lazy to do it themselves.

    Now a high school in NYC wants no more printed books. threw them out.

    enough is enough. some drop kicking is really needed for these brats

  43. taw46 says:

    “Goldyn was one of the first gay people that Obama knew and Obama said the ‘strong friendship that developed helped to educate me.’
    Goldyn would remember that Obama was not fearful of being associated with him.
    Three years later, writes the author, ‘Obama wrote somewhat elusively to his first intimate girlfriend that he had thought about and considered gayness but ultimately decided that a same-sex relationship would be less challenging and demanding than developing one with the opposite sex.’

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4470550/President-Obama-considered-pursuing-gay-relationship.html#newcomment

  44. mothy67 says:

    Am I missing something, I really do not like Westworld. It bores me..

  45. taw46 says:

    I hope this is nothing serious. Lots of speculation on Twitter last hour or so. There is also an article on DM.

  46. Jadzia says:

    Sources say yes, marine said that. More interestingly, macron refused to tell the French people who he will choose as prime minister. X said he did better than x expected him to do. I’m watching part of it now but it’s hard to follow because it’s all cross-talk.

  47. helenk3 says:

    http://www.tucsonnewsnow.com/story/35337258/mirena-fail-newborn-baby-holds-iud-in-hand

    this story has me laughing so hard I am crying

    now this boy will go far, he can overcome fantastic odds

  48. Dora says:

  49. mothy67 says:

    Will single payer crush California? If you lets say break your arm. You are better off saying you have no insurance. They give you a discount for paying cash. I had a serious shut down of my kidneys and liver. I bounced back but afterwards I went to the clinic. I still do for .
    routine stuff. When I had no insurance it was 15 now its 30
    The only benefit I can see is for kids. Shaypup has CHIP. It covers everything no questions asked. I think it morbidly unfair. She is my grand niece and my parents great grand daughter. We can’t put her on our plans. The state is supposed to go after her bios. She just got her teeth coated in plastic. That is a real thing. Cost was zero. A real parent with a family plan would pay hundreds. She goes to therapy once a week. There is no copay. She has never gotten in trouble not once. I just figured it best for her to have someone to speak to. Her mom kept the other kids. Not her. I am not waiting around to find out she has issues in ten years. her mom missed 6 birthdays then she invites Shay up for a yuuuge birthday party for her sister, Lily. They just don’t think. Little girl seeing the sister her mom wanted celebrated by all the people that never gave a shit about her. I refuse to allow her to be a victim. Not on my watch. She is just a kid. I can unfortunately talk to her about what Madonna meant by offering blow jobs to hrc voters. I will never ever forgive that hag but I can’t explain her mom. I never say a negative word about her parents. Hopefully she has a long road ahead. I don’t want it filled with resentment. A therapist gives her an outlet. I am against gay parenting. In my experience they are accessories to the affluent. I feel same way about rich ladies becoming single moms. Yet I went out to get bombed and kept thinking about twerp. I did not want her. January she started new tae kwon do. I had no socks. 50 and no decent socks. I had to go to walmart so I could watch her. I never sat down and said I am giving up everything for a child. It just happens. You surrender and then little else matters. De Blasio and other dims keep going on about free day care. Pudding was in one at nine months. My cold heart was ripped out. It was infant prison. Play pens lined up against the wall. Children and when I say children I mean babies all but neglected. She was never returning. I pray she has been given equal footing. I am sure I made mistakes. I got on the wrong bus when I got call to pick her up. Had I gotten my bus I’d have never seen her. She would have rotted. I lack the vocabulary to describe what I saw. It was bad. I made a choice that day. Its on me. No one made me quit New York. I gave up what might have been to collect what I got. My friends think they are profound artists. I hear sing song in her voice. I taste art. She is constantly doing back flips. My sternum was cut open twice. I have split level. New wire to put Humpty Dumpty together again. It failed so one side is half an inch higher. I later got the gays stuff. Gee what fun. Lets throw in a high IQ and a Montgomery Clift face with a dash of extreme poverty. Liz had actually hugged me. My Monty. Ugh. I said before or after accident.
    I have always viewed my corporal self as Temple of Doom. My body sucks. Like really bad. Who knew one day I’d provide for an athletic girl. I love when leftists call me sexist. I adore straight white men but I also nurture biggest brat ever that has different chromosones. This boy Anoush from some made up country called Bataan could not get his black belt. He failed twice. Father asked me to have Shay help him. We went in an hour early. He passed. The fucking immigrants gave shaypup a card with 20 dollars. I jest about immigrants. Anoush’s family is great. They are legal and work. Hell I cherish Eric’s family. He is the lone mexican boy. We were walking down main street. Shay saw Eric. He lit up. My kid is kind. It says a lot to be taking your kids for a walk. The idiots at school had a contest for Valentine’s Day box. Pup built a winner. It was high end. Eric won. All the kids voted for his box. Shay was his campaign manager. I asked why did you spend my money to champion another kid. She said put politics aside and remember no matter he is my age and he is with us today. I beat her with an ugly stick and grounded her for life. My kid who is not my kid has empathy. I won the lottery. She is not a borderline. Her parents both failed MMPI. Pest cares about other people. I can go to sleep.

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