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It's Thursday Already? TV NIGHT!! WOOHOO!!! 
17th-Oct-2002 05:44 am
Let me begin this entry by stating that the entire testosterone laden drama fest that has been going on throughout my friends list is not only tired and ridiculous, but the people involved who continue to give it any mention WHATSOEVER are boring the ass right off of me. There are other things for you to bitch about, like how do we stop telemarketers from taking over everything? Why is it so expensive to go to the movies? Why do people drive like maniacs when they're in school zones? Why aren't drugs legal and taxed by the government so that the national debt can be paid off, prison overcrowding would be irrelevant, and all the stupid people could go ahead and kill themselves?*** Why do people spend all this money to trip out their cars and make them louder than hell - yet they end up with something that looks SO BLOODY RIDICULOUS and is so bombarded with crap that you wonder how it even rolls? THose cars must feel humiliated... Think of the cars, man - think of the cars.

~*~*~*~*~ And In The News... ~*~*~*~*~

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Let me begin this entry by stating that the entire testosterone laden drama fest that has been going on throughout my friends list is not only tired and ridiculous, but the people involved who continue to give it any mention WHATSOEVER are boring the ass right off of me. There are other things for you to bitch about, like how do we stop telemarketers from taking over everything? Why is it so expensive to go to the movies? Why do people drive like maniacs when they're in school zones? Why aren't drugs legal and taxed by the government so that the national debt can be paid off, prison overcrowding would be irrelevant, and all the stupid people could go ahead and kill themselves?*** Why do people spend all this money to trip out their cars and make them louder than hell - yet they end up with something that looks <b>SO BLOODY RIDICULOUS</b> and is so bombarded with crap that you wonder how it even rolls? THose cars must feel humiliated... Think of the cars, man - <i>think of the cars.</i>

<marquee><b><i>~*~*~*~*~ And In The News... ~*~*~*~*~</i></b></marquee>

<a href="http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,65903,00.html"<b>Abortion Rights Groups Blast Anti-Abortion Candidate for FDA Panel"</b></a>

<a href="http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,65884,00.html"<b>
Budget, Gay Marriage Top Mass. Race</b></a>

*** I realize that many people will object to my opinion that drugs - ALL "street" drugs - should be legal and taxed.

Do I advocate recreational drug use?
No - especially not with my own history of chemical indulgence.

Do I think it is irresponsible to use drugs recreationally?
That depends on whether or not you're at work doing them, caring for children or senior citizens, driving a car or other vehicle, and several other factors - but you get the general idea.

Would my decision to stay away from drugs and the people who use them change in the light of their legalization?
No - I do not use drugs, and do not associate with those who would do them or be under their influence in my presence.

Should their be stiffer penalties and fines for irresponsible behavior as a result?
Well <b><i>DUH!</b></i> Of course their should Similar to a DUI, only with certain considerations.

Here's the biggest thing though for all you parents: It is NOT a drug dealer's responsibility to teach <b>YOUR</b> child to make good decisions and not be influenced by negative peer pressure. If you do <b>YOUR</b> job as a parent and jump through the necessary hoops to instill good values and judgement in <b>YOUR</b> child, instead of assuming they know how you feel about such things, then you significantly reduce the chances of your child being involved in this irresponsible lifestyle and culture.

Parents don't spend enough time with their children. They don't <b>MAKE</b> the time. They expect the television to babysit their children by allowing them to sit in front of the goddamned tv for hours on end. They don't play enough with their children and spend time with them outside. They don't listen to their children and make WHATEVER trivial thing they might have to say appear as though it were the most important thing they've heard all day. They don't participate in enough things with their children on a consistent basis. They don't spend enough time explaining why certain things are bad for them on an ongoing basis - because one or two times is just not enough. They dismiss their children on a whim because whatever they're doing is always more important than what their child might need.

Ask yourself this question, parents: Do you love your children? Do you <i><b>REALLY</b></i> love your children? Raise them to be responsible and independent people who will make a difference in their own community. Spend as much of your free time with them as you possibly can. Turn off the TV, read with them, color and paint with them, get out of the house with them, participate in their lives for a change instead of only having them participate in <b>YOURS</b>. Your needs, wants, and desires will <b>N E V E R</b> be as important as those of your children are.
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17th-Oct-2002 06:28 am (UTC) - Links...
The race in Mass. I find this interesting...

Blitzing the airwaves, Romney has spent more than $30 million on his campaign so far compared to about $6 million by O'Brien.
economy.
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Like many states, Massachusetts faces a budget shortfall of about $300 million.


Anyone else see a problem here???

17th-Oct-2002 07:14 am (UTC) - :::Lifts hands to the sky:::
AMEN Sista' Friend!

Children are not accessories to be pulled out for show and tell and stuck back in their rooms when they are no longer needed. Why do you think children or so violent and souless? They have never been taught that they are special humans with something to give the world.

I really hate people who have kids on a whim and never even consider that this little person is a human with thoughts and feelings and needs. Having kids is not something you just "do", it's something you prepare for and relish.

I will do my best to let my child know that he or she is a gift, not a burden.
17th-Oct-2002 07:22 am (UTC)
And those damn telemarketers, I swear!! They wake you up in the morning and at night, they interrupt you while you're working, while you're socializing, while you're eating... I just don't understand! Do they EVER sell anything???

*tosses hair in mock fury and walks away*
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