Nov. 27 Bless Your Heart
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
BYH, the next time you go to a play or a musical, I suggest you try to enjoy the production instead of criticizing it whilst searching for the facts. It's Theatre and you're totally missing the point.
We all have sympathy for people who are struggling in foreign countries. That does not mean that the American taxpayers can afford to take them all in and care for them. Wake up people, the border laws need to be enforced. Our country cannot even give all American citizens a decent job, food, housing and education.
Jeers to the president for making excuses for the Saudi killing of the journalist Kashoggi, saying that maybe the world should be held accountable, because it is a very vicious place. What kind of message does that send to other brutal dictatorships that would murder their journalist critics?
BYH, too many people don't know when to put up their Christmas tree. They shouldn't be up before the first day of Advent.
BYH, the problem is not that people are uneducated, the problem is that they are educated just enough to believe what they are taught, but not educated enough to question what they are taught.
BYH, there have been four people killed by eating romaine lettuce, and every head has been pulled out of every grocery store in America. There have been over 300 mass shootings in 2018, an you can still buy assault weapons all over the place.
Bless our heart, dirty farm water is making us sick and our romaine lettuce is killing us and we can't even trace it to the source. Welcome to deregulated America. Some regulations are there to save our lives, regulation for its own sake is just mindless.
BYH maybe the mayor is seen so much out in the community because he is "property manager" in many area's of the community. Did you know that fact? Could there be a conflict with zoning issues?
Bless my heart, I was watching the Wizard of Oz with my daughter last night and my mind kept drifting off to weird questions, such as "Wasn't Calvin Mercer the actor who played the scarecrow, the cowardly lion, and the tin man?"
I have been blessed with accidentally receiving two ugly Christmas sweaters for the price of one by Amazon. The company social is going to be lit. Thanks, Mayor Connelly!
Hey. Maybe we could save some money and reduce student athletic fees by just switching Scottie and Larry until their contracts run out. Both might like a change of scenery.
Bless your heart. Don't come to work if you don't want to be there. Nobody has time for you to call in sick every other day. Especially if you ain't sick. We see through it. We have our own jobs to do.
The past is in your head. The future is in your hands.
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