I just wanted to stop and let y’all know the Thursday Random will be posted tomorrow. I have some stuff I have to go take care of and don’t have the time today. It’s not easy writing for three blogs, you know.
Admittedly I don’t write everyday but that’s not the point.
Anyway, I do hope y’all are getting ready for the candy avalanche tomorrow. Until then!
Yeah, the title isn’t about some bimbo….. well, I will let y’all decide.
This is Wendy Davis’ latest campaign letter, which I will proceed to dissect like the scurrilous tapeworm-ridden carcass it is.
Let’s break it down like MC Hammer.
Our mobilization efforts are working. According to a recent report on MSNBC, our efforts to activate and expand the electorate is causing a “voting surge.” We need to keep up those efforts right through Election Day — and your contributions help us do that.
Your first hint at desperation is “MSNBC”. It isn’t a secret that network champions the liberal agenda. And by the way, that was the only network reporting on that “report”.
We need to keep building. Together, we’ve built a team that includes more than 32,OOO volunteers on the ground and hundreds of thousands of supporters all across the country. That’s the kind of team that will win in Texas — and we need to keep growing to the very end.
You have 32K volunteers on the ground….where, exactly? In Austin, Houston, and Dallas? Because I have seen maybe two in my area. And approximately none in my hometown, which is Democrat Central in South Texas. Newsflash: supporters that reside outside of Texas don’t have a say IN Texas. Sure, you got most of your money from them, but that only makes us wonder what you are willing to give to those non-Texans. It looks rather tawdry.
We need to win this campaign for every Texan. Whether it’s women’s access to health care, improving education for our kids, or building a 21st century economy that creates jobs — all Texans are counting on us.
I did LOL, out loud. You filibustered AGAINST women’s access to actual healthcare. You voted against giving the Attorney General the power to prosecute those who abuse educational policies. Texas is leading the way in job creation, and you seethe knowing that Governor Rick Perry will have that huge bullet point in his legacy.
This is the final leg of the race — we can’t leave anything on the track. Before time runs out — give $5 or more today.
FINAL LEG??? Sweet Jehosephat on a pogo stick, just STFU already. I don’t know who is writing your campaign solicitation emails, but after the latest debacle with the wheelchair ad and then the epic doubling down, I am convinced you have Abbott operatives in your campaign. There is no other logical explanation for this buffoonery.
You want $5? Here’s a quarter. Go downtown, and have a rat gnaw that thing off your face. Good day to you, madam.
Sorry, y’all, but this week has been a time crusher. On top of that, I am not feeling my best right now, so y’all will have to deal with a short drive-by posting of funneh today.
In the South, we drink sweet tea. It’s not just a preference, it’s a tradition. Woe is the Southerner who doesn’t know how to make sweet tea. You would think it is easy (tea and sugar and stir), but it isn’t. It’s an art.
And the only way to improve on it, is to add bourbon.
Bourbon Sweet Tea
- 16 oz. Gold Peak sweet tea (or make your own)
- Orange, lemon, and lime slices
- 6 oz. Bourbon ( I like Maker’s Mark)
- Lemon wheel slices for garnish.
In a saucepan, bring to a boil the sweet tea with the citrus slices, then simmer for a few minutes. Add the bourbon, and stir well. Pour into a pitcher and refrigerate until well chilled. Serve over ice with lemon wheel slices for garnish.
Trust me, this is way better than a pumpkin spice latte ;)
I wish you wouldn’t go.
I understand the opportunity to learn and experience a new life is like a siren song, beckoning to you. The excitement of meeting new people, learning new things, going to see different places… I understand and remember how that felt back when I was young.
Things have changed now.
When once you could be assured of the freedom to express yourself in a place of learning, that right has been taken away from you. Before you can learn anything in your chosen field, you must succumb to repetitious classes full of toxic propaganda. You will be taught that the rights of others will come before yours. But even though I can prepare you for that gathering storm, no one can prepare you for the maelstrom that socializing has become.
For your own safety, do not approach any women. It is no longer a “he said/ she said” world in academia. It is now a “she said” world, and your voice means nothing. You have no defense, no rights, nothing but the stigma of one person’s accusation against your character. And that is all they need to pass judgment upon you. Do not approach any woman, because that can be used against you as an act of aggression. Do not offer any help, because that can be used against you as an act of superiority. Don’t look upon them, because that can be used against you as an act of shaming. Until you are free from that stifling world of ivory towers and gender bending, don’t get involved with anyone. Instead, concentrate on your studies. Your future depends on it.
And maybe even your life.
A concerned mother.
Sorry about not posting the HOTW yesterday, but it was my Little One’s birthday and she is far more important than you reprobates.
This is a repost from Sithy Things, but I figured it was appropriate for the season.
- 1 oz. Bacardi Dragonberry Rum
- 1 oz. Blue Curaçao
- 1 oz. Crème de Banana
- Juice of one Lime
- Black sugar
Pour ingredients except sugar in shaker with ice, shaking well. Pour into a martini glass rimmed with the black sugar. I don’t care for flavored rum, but may try it with just Crystal or Añejo. I’ve partaken of dragonberry before. Let’s just say, I was not impressed. Enjoy and make sure to brush your teeth well afterwards ;)