Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Complete donkey indeed. Anyone who knows me knows I'm as anti wave as they come. So much so that I actively, and vocally will stand up discourage my entire section and the surrounding sections from taking part. In my lifetime I like to think that I've snuffed out at least two dozen would be waves. Just ended them right where they started. I fucking hate them, I hate them when the Sox are winning, and I especially hate them when the Sox are losing. If you're teams behind maybe its not the time for the lamest celebration in all of sports.
So this guy who made a point of capturing this video and outing this Donkey is an absolute hero of mine. He can play for me any day.
PS: All of the above goes right out the window when we're talking about reverse waves. Counter clock wise people, I just want to see it once. That would be quite the spectacle, and frankly, I'm not so sure that wouldn't throw the earth off its axis right on the spot. It's unprecedented.
Just when I was starting to think Tyson had lost his right hook: "You're Vegan!? What Changed You?" Mike: "Too many prison cells, too many jails, too many lawsuits, too many bankruptcies, too many women, too many venereal diseases." I assume that's the same reason most people choose to go vegan, no?
|About what I figured a Witch/Stripper Would look Like|
Boston Herald - A strip club worker who was backed in court by a coven of Salem witches told police she had been drinking but was fighting off a Danvers teen’s unwelcome sexual advances when she drove into a parked tow truck early Saturday morning, impaling him on a flatbed, prosecutors said...Griffin, a mother of 3-year-old twins whose employer is listed in police reports as DB’s Golden Banana on Route 1 in Peabody, was ordered held on $10,000 cash bail by Judge Michael Lauranzo after pleading not guilty to motor vehicle homicide and drunken driving...Griffin’s attorney, Scott Dullea, pointed out to the judge a large turnout in court of Griffin’s “friends in the Wiccan community” and said she once worked in Salem’s witchcraft shops. He would not say whether she considers herself a witch.
I'm no lawyer...but I don't think pointing out your client's activities in the occult community holds the same favor as saying your client is active in the community. For some reason I just don't believe the judge is going to look as highly upon seances and witch orgy's as he would volunteering at the Boys and Girls Club or picking up trash in the park.
And what kind of friends are these? Your sister witch is in trouble so you round up the coven, suit up, and head to the court house? The fuck? Bitch is trying to get a fair trial. You really think showing up dressed like a bunch of 6 year olds on Halloween is the right approach to make her seem like a fine upstanding citizen? And in Salem of all places? They've stoned and hung your people for less.