Monthly Archives: May 2007

>Save America’s Cities

>Vile and confused transvestite, STEVE Stanton, got kicked out of HIS city manager position in Largo, FL because they didn’t hire a woman to do the job. Any other person with a common sense and conscience would have gotten the … Continue reading

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>More Bitching About Gas, Cars

>I got to thinking tonight and you know what … I hope the price of gas goes up to four bucks a gallon. Better yet, five. Maybe then, we as a nation would realize what a spoiled bunch of nincompoops … Continue reading

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>Memorial Day

>It’s almost Memorial Day and a lot of people will be taking trips of some kind. 84 percent of this weekend’s vacation goers will be driving to get to their destination, which is fine, as nothing’s more true to the … Continue reading

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>Sleepless

>I drift through nights aimlessly, worked up and searching for something. I need a glue to keep me together, a bond to keep me whole. Satisfied, I am not; lost, I surely am. This is boring, repetitive and an annoying … Continue reading

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>The Sabres are Killing Me

>With about 11 and half minutes left in the third period and the Buffalo Sabres en route to their 17th consecutive missed power play opportunity in the Eastern Conference Finals, I saw the shortcomings of this year’s President’s Cup winner … Continue reading

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>Fight the Power!

>I realize this blog’s coming less than a half day after writing the most emotional thing I’ve ever authored and maybe in light of those circumstances I shouldn’t be doing things like I am about to blog, but I did … Continue reading

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>Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?

>I believe in love at first sight, innocence that is steadfast. It was there today as I walked along a shaded boardwalk and into the sun where I would forget about all my guilt, shortcomings, inadequacies and pain in just … Continue reading

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