Sticks and Stones Can Break My Bones. Words Can Sever Souls.

I like to say I fear no words but that’s a lie. I have anxiety about my health because my mother would growl when I smiled: Your incisors are BROWN. Pinworms: Placing me, naked, face-down on the couch, parting my seven-year-old buttocks with her fingernails, summoning Dad: Come see these damn things crawling in and out! She scolded me … Continue reading Sticks and Stones Can Break My Bones. Words Can Sever Souls.

Thank You Australia For Making This Word Socially Acceptable AND Endearing

Because of this random, newly acquired reason, I do believe instead of moving into our brand new home, I will instead head “down under” because, well obviously I take sick perverse pleasure in using profanity and for a WHOLE country of people to accept one of the most socially unacceptable words in the English language … Continue reading Thank You Australia For Making This Word Socially Acceptable AND Endearing

Army Ranger dog named Maiko died in Afghanistan saving US Soldiers

Army Ranger dog named Maiko died in Afghanistan saving US soldiers | TheHill — Read on http://www.google.com/amp/s/thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/419837-army-ranger-dog-named-maiko-died-in-afghanistan-saving-us?amp This post is for the bitch that blasted Sully from the Slate. Read this and please educate your ass before you opine and spread your ignorance about humanity’s best friends. Continue reading Army Ranger dog named Maiko died in Afghanistan saving US Soldiers

For You Fuckers That Don’t Think America is “That Great”

http://www.youtube.com/watch If you feel that way, by all means GET THE FUCK OUT!! Seriously, you pieces of shit, get out and let some of the legitimate, legal immigrants and asylum seekers take your place, because obviously THEY still think America’s the greatest nation in the world to the degree that they are literally fucking dying … Continue reading For You Fuckers That Don’t Think America is “That Great”

This My Friends Are Why I’m Still Proud To Be An American

Former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole was helped out of his wheelchair Tuesday afternoon to salute the American flag-draped casket of former President George Herbert Walker Bush. Dole, 95, arrived at the Capitol Rotunda — where Bush will lie in state until Wednesday — pushed in his wheelchair by an aide. Once at the casket’s side, the aide helped Dole … Continue reading This My Friends Are Why I’m Still Proud To Be An American