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Cruel and Unusual Punishment via TeaPotty loon

So I had to go to an SSI hearing today, and there was a big screen in the lobby of the Bank building where the Social Security Administrative Law office is. DumFox Noose blaring, the president of TeaParty Express whining and sniveling about an allegation that somebody on the left made a violent reference to the TeaBags. Mind you, these are the same group who, even before they started calling themselves their current name, incited acts of violence which were carried out against Americans in many places, such as the Universalist Church in Knoxville, where Adkisson tried to open fire on the AMERICAN kids in the congregation, the Flores family home in Arivaca AZ where their Minuteman Comrades slaughtered amongst others a 9 year old AMERICAN girl, their Comrade Laughner opening fire on a congresswoman, a judge and among others a 9 year old AMERICAN girl...The Holocaust Museum, same thing, taking aim at the AMERICAN children... there's a clear pattern there. Not just the babykilling and attempted babykilling, but these "targets" were identified, over and over and over and over again by their Fox Noose and other Hate Speech outlets. Then the "unaffiliated crazed lone wolf social misfit" comrades opened fire on them and left their shooters' manifestos pointing out that they were doing these deeds because the Haters at Fox told them to do it. And they never seem to run out of Lone Wolf Social Misfit Lunatics either. Got themselves an endless supply... You would think that perhaps if people consistently followed their orders to KILL Americans even though they cough cough ahem "didn't actually tell them to do it cough cough" they should have recognized the pattern about the second time it happened. That is, if they were truly worried about civility. Oh, and their beating of Lauren Valle by three TeaBag "heroes" while several hundred others looked on making sure nobody interfered... at the orders of HateSpeech scheisser-meister Rand Paul. But they are now complaining that nobody's talking civil and nice to or about them. Poor widdle tittie-babies. Oh, we thought we would escape the bullshit by getting on the elevator (picture Steve Martin here) BUT NOOOOOOOOOO... The bastards had TV screens in the damn elevator. By the way, the Bank is Morgan Stanley 121 S Tejon St. Such sweethearts, Fox and their TeaPotty disciples keep blaming the bailouts of people such as Morgan Stanley on the poorest 50% of Americans who control less than 2.5% of the wealth. But not their Bankster Leaders. Nice fellows all around. Actually a bunch of cornball third-grade graduates who by doing the bidding of their more learned but equally evil masters, Kill More Americans every week from lack of Health Care than the number who died on 9/11. They don't like people pointing that out and so, that means I have a duty to point it out. Every time.

Right of Way

I just saw a blind man in the driver's seat of a motorized chair. He was riding along the sidewalk at quite a clip, what looked like an elongated white cane thrust ahead like a jousting lance. Bearing down on the curb ramp, he showed no sign that he'd seen my turn signal, so I stole an abrupt left across the oncoming traffic, cutting him off.

Put your dog-lover on a leash

How about a dog collar for dog lovers? If you find companionship in dogs, and read in their faces such "human" qualities as insight and empathy, why not show some empathy yourself and submit to their leash. I don't mean a collar and rope which your dog can restrict or yank at whim, but a collar tethered to his collar. Why not? I'm guessing it would mean the end of straining at the leash in either direction, if you want to modify your best friend's behavior so radically. Otherwise it might disrupt the imbecilic notion that dogs have inherent civility enough to be taken out in public. Leash-less dogs would be the ideal, un-neutered even, taken to dog parks where everyone is into that sort of thing. Or a free-for-all everywhere. But if you're going to regulate how people use sidewalks and other common spaces, I'd rather not have to negotiate beings not behaving on their own accord. If dogs have the emotional development of a toddler, but an unrestrained sex drive, perhaps you're projecting a little in what you think you're getting out of exchanges with your companion. The good which pet "owners" get from having an animal in their lives sounds drastically one sided. Do we dismiss the domestic pet as just another beast of burden to serve human existence, or should we seek a sustainable balance showing full respect for all beings in a near as possible natural state?

Socially Retarded Animated Sphincter

Who ran over my cane yesterday. I had gone downtown, complete with my bicycle and trailer, to pick up a computer for my landlady. (it's a nice one too...) Just by co-inky-dink it was right across the street from Toons and in a truly amazing co-inky-dink Eric happened to be there... and Marie, and we shared some Vegetarian Munchies and good fellowship, then I went on home... with a minor mishap on the way. I'd gone about a block or so, and the load shifted on my trailer. I stopped in the alley and was rearranging the stuff when some freak Yuppie in a big ass SUV came down the alley. Seeing me in distress and struggling to get everything done so as not to inconvenience folks, by dropping everything off my trailer or something, he did the natural thing, instead of spending maybe a half minute of his time turning around and going out one of the 5 or 6 other exits from the alley, he crowded past me, and in the process of so doing, ran smooth over my cane. I only assume it was "he" all I could see was a massive Grey Monster Car running over my cane and barely missing me. Then drove off like nothing had happened. What could possibly be so damned important on a Friday evening that he couldn't invest a half minute of his time avoiding actually running over somebody's only means of transportation? When I'm not on the bicycle, that cane is my lifeline. It's still useable, as one can see from the picture, just ugly as home-made soap. (I need a better camera) Maybe he thought I was homeless, which shouldn't make any difference. People ALL have rights... unless the rich or Near-Rich want to take those rights, in which case never mind... This action is mind-boggling rudeness. If he had run me personally over, instead of just my cane, I strongly believe it would have made him not one whit more difference. This is a not very gentle reminder that the first shots in any Class War are never fired by the "lower class". I'm sure it's possible to drive an SUV without being a total asswipe. Just seems this guy didn't want to put out that much effort.

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