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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

The Worm, it flipped

Spent the first ten minutes of my morning on walkabout and picked up democrats tracks. Only one beer can but they did give over six discarded and empty cigaret packs, one Burger King bag, two mustard packs are still usable - I placed them aside for street walkers. One partially filled and still functioning Bic lighter which I will add to my collection. I have at least a good dozen I've found over the years.

The spent condom took some thought. After a second or two I used the toe of my boot to nose it underground and swished a cover of gravel and dirt over it and tapped it from view. This was a public service as I understand younger democrats have been know to recycle these found treasures after first giving them a quick water rinse. One kid reported it gives additional sensitivity the second time around.

I at first gave a chuckle thinking this boy was 'choking my chain.' A few seconds passed then - boom, epiphany. The issue of these recycled (stay green with me) by-products of drilled/fracked petroleum are children, and liberal children attend public state institutions. If they survive the first six years they're released. Eventually they are recruited by Acorn and become full sized second hand condom users and then they vote, get drunk. and drive by my business and flip they're used Trojans on my shop parking lot.

This explains much of what I've read on certain blogs.

(Thus ends my yearly political rant.)

Stephen


  

22 comments:

  1. Just when I think I can't be turned off or surprised by their antics, you pass along another reason I'm convinced I live in an alternate universe!

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    1. Spooky, isn't it. Thanks, Sweet Lady.

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    1. Ah, Kristine, it isn't so bad. Couple drops of wintergreen and the things are fresh as daisy's on a Spring morning.....

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  3. I thought briefly about trying to make a serious reply, but I'm too busy laughing at the zingers here. You nailed it!

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  4. I'm all for birth control, no matter how gross.

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  5. I'm really trying to erase that picture from my mind - without much success. I'm afraid that a couple nights of nightmares are forthcoming. If I can stop laughing enough to sleep!

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    1. Just take a sip of coffee, flip on the radio and relax. It'll all be over soon. Take, my sweet friend.

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  6. so grossed out.... and i work in the medical field

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    1. Hey, just think of the story you can tell at work....

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  7. I guess there is another advantage to cold weather we can add to the list. Although not one I had thought about before.

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    1. Yes indeed. With a park across the street I find some very unusual souvenirs on my morning rounds.

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  8. Well, look at it this way: one less democrat is born.....

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    1. True, unless they sniff it out and dig.....

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  9. Ummm . . .
    Rant away, Stephen.
    Glad ya had boots on . . now how's about a Clorox wipe-down?

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    1. Kerosene...don't want 'dem cooties climbing my leg.

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