Thursday, October 2, 2008

Please Read the Disclaimer, Important Life Lessons Learned from Big Guy and Little Mama, and Shouldn't You be Thinking About the Game?

Disclaimer: The blog that is being written today is a venting blog which contains a lot of complaining and pointing out the stupidity of many people in our wonderful society. It may appear rude and even b*tchy at times, but the author just doesn't give a flying hoot-a-nanie today. If you don't want to hear any of this then don't read it and if it bothers you at any point then stop reading. Yep, it's as simple as that. Have a  nice day!

UGH!!! Did you ever have a conversation with someone and it seems like they just aren't listening and not getting your point what-so-ever? I had one of those today, what a way to start off my day. I had a problem and this person tried to give me a solution and I keep saying I tried that and it didn't work. They suggested something else and I said that's a fabulous idea if I was Diamond Jim Brady and had an endless amount of financial resources and I didn't have to work three jobs for a living and had the time to spare. (Ok, I wasn't that sarcastic, but I pointed out politely that idea wouldn't either) They then proceeded to go back to the first idea, I kindly stated why that wouldn't work (again) and then they repeated the second idea. I was having the worst case of deja vous. The kept repeating the same two ideas for almost an hour. Seriously? The ideas won't magically work the more you repeat them. I swear, scout's honor, they won't. You also don't sound more intelligent by attempting to make me appear stupid because I don't think your ideas will work. So, convincing me to believe you idiotic ideas isn't going to make you appear smart, it's going to make you appear like you are getting Alzheimer's because you can't remember saying the ideas in the first place. It was like I was having a conversation with a cement block, but I shouldn't say that it's insulting to the cement block.

Onto a less conversational topic, politics. (Please tell me you can detect the strong sense of sarcasm.) The VP debates are tonight and I have to say the media is ticking me off the high heaven. I am aware of the fact that the media is liberal and so they tend to favor the Democrats and me being a conservative am partial to the Republicans, but Golly Gee! They go after McCain and Palin and leave Obama and Biden pretty much alone. They are going after Palin like crazy. I know that if you put yourself in that type of public arena you are asking to be questioned and criticized harshly, but the media should be question Biden and Obama just as harshly as they are Palin and McCain. Fairness. If you do it to one, you do it to all. I don't like ow they portray one candidate better than the other. They should give fair views on both candidates. I like Sarah Palin, she's a blue collar worker, wife, mother, and Christian. Everyone is saying can she handle the presidency if something happens to McCain, personally I think she can handle it a heck of a lot better than Biden or Obama. She's a mom of five (giving birth five times, not an easy task), she's not afraid to get her hands dirty and work hard, she's a Christian and is pro-life and values Christian ideals (Big Reason I'm voting for her), and she knows the blue-collar society better than any other of the candidates. Most of this society isn't the rich or the extremely poor, it's the middle class. The hardworking people. The ones that get up early and go to work and come home late and raise a family and pay their own health and aren't in a huge debt, but work hard to be responsible and respectable. They don't expect something for nothing, they expect to get what they work hard for. Too many people in this society expect something for nothing and think that are entitled to whatever the hee-haw they want. At least where I come from, you are expected to work for what you have and nothing is taken for granted. I come for two blue-collar, working class parents, who work extremely hard. My mother's a teacher and my dad a police officer. They came from blue-collar, working class families, my mom's dad a firefighter and factory (he worked two jobs) and her mom a bank teller, my dad's dad a factory worker and his mom a cafeteria worker at the local high school. I was raised by my hardworking parents and they by theirs, that you don't spend money you don't have (not a tough concept, really, think about if you don't have it, don't spend it, imagine how much debt there wouldn't be if people actually followed that concept, hmmmm...), you also save money for the hard times (things may come up that you don't plan and you might need a little extra cash, so have a nest egg saved), pay your bills on time (no late fees that way), work hard (as my dad always put it, "Your employer can never fault you for working"), be resourceful (my mom has taught me the power of sales and coupons), be on time (according to my dad "To be early is to be on time, to be on time is to be late" .... not gonna lie, still working on this one), Smile and be nice to others (It doesn't cost anything to be nice), If you flick someone off when driving be prepared to fight (you can do it, just be ready to fight), Be polite (please and thank you's go a long way), Be respectful and be respected, No one is better than you and you are better than nobody, and you don't have to be the best, you just have to give your best (as long as you T-R-Y, you have nothing to be ashamed of). I think Sarah Palin best supports the ideals that I uphold. I'm not gonna lie Obama becoming the next president scares the boo-ha-ha out of me. He's trying to turn our country into a socialist country. You know who agrees with Obama, the lazy, who don't want to work to get what they deserve, they want what the hardworking blue-collar people have without giving an ounce of effort. Well, too freakin' bad! Geesh, get off your lazy arse and get a job and if you want a better job do something about it! If there's a problem fix it. I know Health Insurance is expensive, I pay for my own every month. It's not a job perk that I have, but guess what? I pay it every month and now I have it. Sure I can't go buy the latest gizmo or every material thing I want or go on all the vacations I would like, I haven't been a decent vacation in a long while and you wanna know why? It's called a job, responsibility, being an adult, putting your nose to the grindstone, burning the candle at both ends ... the list is endless! I decided that being able to see my doctor when need be is more important that blinging out my cellphone. Oi! *shakes head* society, society. Is it essential to make your accessories flashy to survive or even have those accessories at all? You're not going to stop breathing or ceasing to live if you don't have the latest cell phone or flashy necklace. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying live like a nun and give up all worldly possessions (I mean in my last blog entry I was begging Santa to bring me an elliptical three months early), but if you don't have the means to buy it, guess what don't! Then maybe you can buy some health insurance and not try to bum money off the federal government to pay for your health insurance. I work three jobs to pay my bills which includes health insurance. That means America if you can't afford health insurance figure out a way you can, don't pass the buck to our government and expect them to figure it out, figure out your own problems. C'mon, don't be lazy, you can do it I know you can, you are a responsible adult who can take care of yourself, believe me, if I can do it, you can too. (That sounds like a cheesy infomercial) All I know is America is falling apart and we won't be the land of the free for much longer, especially with Obama in office.

Keeping with topics of our fabulous society, let's talk about athletes and their illegitimate children. If you're wondering how in the world I came up with this topic, I was reading an article on former Bills player Travis Henry and his latest arrest (I'm not even going there, there's not enough hours in the day) and how he has nine kids by nine different women. Then I discovered that he's not the only professional athlete who has had trouble keeping it in his pants (not really a surprising revelation, actually I shouldn't even say that is it surprising at all). I came across this blog that lists a whole bunch of pro. athletes with illegitimate children and how they all have different baby mamas. Seriously? Have they ever heard of contraceptives? Or are they actually banging so many women that they beat out the effective percentage of the condoms. Condoms are considered 98% effective so if you bang 300 women you get about 6 kids. Well, apparently a lot of these athletes were very busy in a very short period of time. Shouldn't they be concentrating on the game? It's like that song from the musical Damn Yankees, "The Game" . How the players are enticed by woman, but they never do anything with them because they need to think about the game and not dames. Maybe that really explains the Bills season the last ten years. They were thinking about the dame and not the game. In the blog it said, while Willis McGahee was in Buffalo, he had three illegitimate children in two years. Willis, Willis, you were getting paid a lot of money, you should have been concentrating on playing a decent football game with your big head, instead of chasing skirts with your little one. You know who suffers in all this, the kids. Always the kids. Their dad's a big time athlete, but probably never really around and he's too concerned with his own needs or a better word would be desires than his child's needs that's he impregnating other women and leaving those poor children to be in the same situation. Of course most of the children will probably be on the same path as their parents and it's a vicious cycle than never ends. *sigh* What a world we live in....  

1 comment:

Jill said...

EWWW Good God who would want to sleep with Alfreddson? ***shuttering***