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Life is Hard. Wear a Helmet

Virginia State Constitution: Article 1; Section 13
That a well regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained to arms, is the proper, natural, and safe defense of a free state, therefore, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; that standing armies, in time of peace, should be avoided as dangerous to liberty; and that in all cases the military should be under strict subordination to, and governed by, the civil power.

Alabama State Constitution: Article 1: Section 26
That every Citizen has a right to bear arms in defense of himself and the State.

Monday, September 2, 2013

Happy Mostly Meaningless and Vaguely Communist Holiday!

I'd love to join you in a masturbatory orgy of instant gratification at the local retail outlet...

...but I have too much work to do.


So...


Fuck you.

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Fast food workers across the nation strike to protest minimum wage.

In other news:
Alabama lost a total of 8,679,641 pounds of body fat last Thursday. (1.8 lbs per resident)
Scientists pronounce 'climate change a factor'
George W. Bush's domestic policies widely blamed





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Bewbies!


4 comments:

eiaftinfo said...

Gotta admit . . . I'm a bit like that woman until I get my Egg McMuffin and a couple large diet cokes in me. I have yet to assume my "ultimate form" though . . . .

Jess said...

All she wanted was her fucking chicken McNuggets. Unfortunately, the Borg at McDonald's couldn't buck the hive.

Old NFO said...

She'll never drown... :-)

Expatriate Owl said...

The the closing down of the college and the courts today has given me the opportunity to actually get some productive work done.

For most American holidays (REAL American holidays such as Independence Day, Memorial Day, Veterans Day), my wife and I try to not do our shopping at the retail stores because all of these sales events they hold in the name of the holiday do violence to the real meaning of the holiday.

For this one, however, we're torn. The so-called "Labor Day" was not instituted to commemorate real American values, so the argument for not desecrating the sanctity of Labor Day does not wash (unless you are a unionist leftard).

On the other hand, I'm getting too much done, too efficiently, to waste my time poking through the crowds and waiting in the check-out lines at all of the stores. And, because the New York primary elections are a little more than a week away, I'm also missing out on hearing all of the blithering drivel from the politicians who, no doubt, will be making campaign stops at high human concentration events.

So, in a sense, by not going to all of those high-hype sales events and beach events and the like, I am refraining from desecrating a day that rightly ought be desecrated!