Monday, November 24, 2003

Hello friends!

Heh, yeah, it's been a while since the last post, I know. What, don't you have anything better to do than sit around and wait for me to update this thing? Well, even if you don't, it's okay. It's not like I'm putting this thing off in favor of saving the world or anything . . .

So, it's been almost two months. Lots of things have happened. Where to begin?

Let's start with Terri Schiavo. The entire debacle just makes me ill. The woman is obviously not in a continuous vegetative state, which would be "grounds" (i.e. excuse) for putting her to death, so why would her estranged husband want this? How selfish and cold-hearted. And starving her to death, much less. You go to jail in this country for doing as much to a dog, yet we would devalue the life of this woman? That's the mentality of this country. You're not perfect, therefore you don't deserve life.

Which brings me to this new show, "Average Joe." Pfft. What a load of garbage. Oh, let's pity these poor, homely schlubs because they're not all built like greek gods, and throw them at this spoiled "goddess" who deserves so much better. Please. As an "average joe," I take great offense to such a concept.

So, let's talk politics. We've had even more judicial nominees fall under the axe of democrat fillibuster. Childish. Then we had the partial-birth abortion ban challenged in less than an hour of the signing. Evil. And don't forget our wonderful democratic presidential hopefuls, making many television appearances. I watched a debate between them a few weeks ago. Boring. Seriously, these people are no different from each other. One just emphasizes one special interest group over another. It's ridiculous.

In more recent news, Michael Jackson is once again facing charges of pedophilia. I don't know who's dumber, him for continuing his bizarre "lifestyle" after the first lawsuit, or the parents who put their kids in his path. Honestly, why do people get this idea that just because someone is a celebrity, they're trustworthy? If he wasn't a celebrity, look at what we have here: An eccentric loner with several failed marriages who wants to invite your children over to his secluded, high security home to play and share a bed with him because he "loves" children. Um, right, if you still think sending little Johnny over for the sleep-over is a good idea, you have bigger problems than a lack of reasoning.

Ah, let's not forget Massachusetts, or at least their Supreme Court. Their judicial legislators (is there a better way to put it?) decided that gay marriage is something that can't be denied the people. Wonderful. While we're at it, let's just put the "okay" on drugs, suicide, and incest. Afterall, if "intelligent, consenting" adults can do those things, why should we discriminate against such "lifestyle choices?" I mean, it's not my fault my sister and I want to make 3-headed babies together . . . we were born that way! (And please, please recognize that for the sarcasm that it is)

Well, I'm out of things to talk about. Perhaps later I'll remember more. If this update doesn't suit you, then contact me and complain. You can then ask me to rant about whatever you want (or whatever I want, heh heh) and I'll go on a tirade worthy of a Pulitzer. Good? Good. Later peoples!


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