Monday, January 29, 2007
Posted by LawNut at 10:45 PM
Thursday, January 25, 2007
Posted by LawNut at 7:31 PM
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Sorry, but I had to do it. My hater has continued on his spree of spreading hate on my blog, so I've had to enable comment moderation. I'm sorry if this creates inconvenience/impatience, but I promise I will review all comments left promptly and approve all the love. Comment on.
Posted by LawNut at 7:27 PM
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Posted by LawNut at 9:42 PM
Thursday, January 11, 2007
Well, I guess it was bound to happen. It appears that someone has decided to start leaving hateful comments on my blog. Hateful and insulting.
Now, I fully understand that a blog is a forum where my opinions are posted out there for all to read. I expect that not everyone will always agree with what I have to say, and I encourage comments to be left on my blog, as evidenced by my comments link, because I enjoy gaining insight in what the rest of the world might think about topics that interest me. That is half the fun of this silly blogging business.
What I do not appreciate, however, is someone leaving derogatory remarks in my comments section. Baseless derogatory remarks, to be exact. That is just not cool. If you are such an asshat that you cannot formulate an intelligent, coherent opinion without the use of obscenities and insults, then I not only pity you, but I will ban you from leaving comments on my blog.
At this time, I have banned the heinous individual that has led me to write this post. If the assault on my blog continues, I will have no choice but to enable comment moderation, which I hesitate to do because I really don't have the time or patience for that, but we'll see what happens.
Sorry to everyone for the ominous post. Now for your regularly scheduled programming.
Posted by LawNut at 6:28 PM
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Tuesday, January 09, 2007
Grades have started popping up today....I'm going to go crawl under a rock and die.
Posted by LawNut at 9:49 PM
Don't be fooled because she may seem like your typical selfish, back-stabbing slut faced ho-bag, but in reality, she's so much more than that.
I got some fan mail today, and I thought it was worthy of writing a post about it. I won't put who it was from, of course, because that would just be so not classy, but here is the body of the email, relating to my Gerald Ford post:
"Just wondering why you complained about the Gerald Ford thing. I mean seriously, it makes you seem really selfish. He was a President."
Well, dear New Reader:
It makes me SEEM really selfish? I AM really selfish, so gosh I hope it comes off that way on this blog; and why did I complain about the Gerald Ford thing? Well I think it's pretty apparent from the post why I was complaining - because I didn't get any mail, and we already have all these holidays dedicated towards honoring everyone and their mother where we already don't get mail, and I couldn't see the point of yet another mail-less day. And yes, I know he was a president - that's what President's Day is for.
I hope that answers your email....come again soon!!!! :-)
Posted by LawNut at 9:29 PM
Thursday, January 04, 2007
Posted by LawNut at 11:51 PM
Posted by LawNut at 2:21 AM
Tuesday, January 02, 2007
Today I went to the post office. I drove all the way to where the post office that has parking is, because the other post office is really annoying to park at. I had about fifty packages that needed mailing (Ebay stuff), and I had to buy stamps. I parked, and lugged all my crap out of the car. I walked all the way to the door. No, I didn't notice that I was the only car in the lot. I tried to open the door. But it was closed. CLOSED. CLOSED.
WHY was the post office closed today?? Apparently President Bush declared today a "National Day of Observance." I see. Interesting. Are the postal workers supposed to have attended Gerald Ford's funeral? Nothing else closed besides the post office and financial markets. I went to the bank this morning and that was open. What is the point of closing the post offices?? Why didn't I get any mail today?? Now, don't get me wrong - I love me some Gerald Ford, and was sad to hear of his passing, although I was surprised that the old boy hadn't kicked earlier; but while I watched a little of the funereal proceedings on TV this morning, I would have conducted my "observance" much more happily and effectively had I been able to mail my packages and buy my stamps. After all, isn't it an American thing to do to conduct US POSTAL SERVICE business?? Would Ford have wanted mail delivery to cease merely because he was heading six feet under?? I think not. And really, let's look at the irony here - President Bush orders the postal service be suspended today in observance of Ford's passing. Last week, U.S. deaths in Iraq reached 3,000. That's more people than were killed in 9/11. I don't see Bush holding National Observance days for all those Americans who have given their lives for this pointless and seemingly endless war. I'm not saying that Ford doesn't deserve to be memorialized. I'm saying that I don't think we need to shut post offices when he dies, while our men and women are dying every single day over there for NOTHING, and I don't see Bush making National Days of Observance for that. In fact, he just sends more Americans out there. Bush has claimed that Americans will not have died in vain out there...well, I'm still waiting to see what the point was.
Posted by LawNut at 7:39 PM