I'm back peeps, for a limited time only. How come no one told me that a child can start the terrible two's early? How come they also never told me that this entails that everything in the apt. within his reach will be thrown into either the trashcan or the toilet? Well, whoever's responsibility it was to tell me...dropped the ball, and when I find them I'm gonna kick em.....
Were you plotting with a group of your classmates to kill your teacher? Well, there is 11 kids in Waycross, GA who did just that.
For those of you that don't know the story...11 3rd graders planned to kill their teacher after she disciplined one of them for standing on a chair. The children brought handcuffs, a steak knife, duct (duck...lol) tape, ribbon, and a 5 lb large crystal paperweight. Each child had a job to do including luring the teacher into the trap and one even assigned to clean up the blood after wards. Now granted, these children are all special needs children, so their thought processes may not be as advanced as a group of regular third graders, but does that make it even better? Oh, and they used the oldest excuse i the book....."The TV made me do it."
Why do parents allow the TV to raise their children and then get surprised when the TV does a bad job? Isn't that why we are parents, because we wanted the chance and opportunity to mold someone after ourselves, and to raise a productive member of society? And doesn't the fact that they are special needs kids imply that they need that much more supervision and explaining as to the mechanics of TV? The children are too young to be charged with a crime, but I think that the parents should have to eat the punishment on this one. What do you think?
It's time to stop equating professionalism with dress codes, skin color and testosterone. It's time to realize that anyone can get an MBA with enough time and student loans. It's time to stop worshipping brands. It's time to replace governance and ethics with right and wrong. It's time to realize that the streets and the suites have a lot to learn (from each other, too.) It's time to stop living and working in boxes, checking off boxes, staring into boxes, fitting into boxes, and wondering why we can't think outside of boxes. It's time to stop serving money and making gods. It's time to get back to reality and out of Reality TV…
**I stole this from another site...but when I read it, it made me smile and nod my head at almost every line. I changed minor details to make it more relevant, but either way, it fits.**
I just wanted to give you all a taste of the shiz that's playin on my bootleg iPod at the moment. I love this woman and I love her voice, listen to it. (The lyrics aren't all perfect, but they are close enough to give you an idea as to the beauty of the song)
Just listen to that voice...OMG!!! What do we as consumers value as good music? Why do those people who have no talent sell millions, and this woman is struggling to get her 1st platinum...It's a travesty. Go buy her album...It's called I Am. I promise, if you don't love it (and you actually know good music), I will buy it from you.
P.S. No, I do not know Richard or Mariah aka 2feetb bka raindrop!!! if you don't get it, then you didnt follow directions.
P.P.S. I am playing this song when I finally get my wedding...Don't jack my shiz readers or I will come and find you!!!
Inspired by this, I decided to go on a little weight loss journey myself. I started on Friday and weighed myself and decided right then and there that this shit would not fly. I won't tell you all my previous weight right now...Maybe another day, but I will tell you all that in the few days since I started, I have exercised, I have eaten less, and watched what I ate, and gotten someone to support me and motivate me (thanks Gary) and I lost 3 lbs....Very proud of myself...Time to pat myself on the back...
Anyone out there wanna be my other weight loss buddy??? Just lemme know!! Ok, luv ya...bye