Thursday, March 13, 2014

Thursday

(Criminal Minds is the sickest show on television.)

Yesterday, the Dragon Lady had to work late.  So I prepared spicy pork and white rice for my children.  I did a fantastic job.  I'm turning into a real culinary genius.  The meat was very hot.  Our tongues were on fire.  In fact, we had to kill an entire bottle of Pepsi in order to extinguish the flames.  I enjoy Coke much better. But Pepsi was on sale at E-mart.  The Dragon Lady loves a bargain.

I downloaded Criminal Minds.  It's truly the sickest show on television.  The latest episode takes place in Las Vegas.  A young woman is murdered in an underground storm tunnel by a psychopath named Caesar.  He ties her to the floor, and she eventually drowns.  Caesar is controlled by an elderly wannabe magician. This grifter keeps taxing the homeless so that he can buy stage time at a casino. I sat completely enthralled.  Perhaps I'm retarded.

I paid homage to Christ.  I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees. No big surprise.  I refuse to live my life like some dirty misanthrope. Jonah is commanded to save the citizens of Nineveh. But he hates Assyrians.  So he becomes angry at God's compassion. When the city is saved, Jonah is overcome by bitterness.  He would rather associate with plants than people.  We never want to fall into such a negative trap.  It's important to remain social.

I went to bed at 10 p.m.  I had a nightmare.  I was back in high school, and I couldn't get my locker open.  The teachers were angry.  I woke up at 6 a.m. and drank several cups of coffee.  Then I read the paper while enjoying a bathroom break.  An author named Dave Barry wrote a book.  It's called You're Not Allowed to Date Until You're Forty.  I've never heard of Dave Barry.  And I have zero desire to read his crap.  But maybe he's popular in Korea. I don't know.

I turned on Fox News.  The Five talked smack about the Affordable Healthcare Act.  They said there is no way in hell that seven million people will sign up before the end of the month.  My opinion?  Obama's plan sucks ass.  All it does is raise premiums on the working class. One must be completely down and out to receive any benefits. We need health care for everybody.

Anyway, it's time for the song du jour.  Here's Street Fighting Man by the Rolling Stones.  God bless.

13 comments:

  1. Hi Smith.
    Glad to see you`re still with us, I used to love your battles with the mods on ZH.
    FLB dude.

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  2. Dave Barry is a comedian/columnist out of Miami. I don't think he's funny. But I suppose enough flouride in your drinking water and anyone's funny. A lot of people have signed up for free Obamacare, but it seems they have forgotten to make their first premium payment. Hmmmm. best Jay

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    1. Thanks for the info, Jay. I had no idea.

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  3. O care is to fail so we can get to single payer. But then maybe our health care will be better than #35 in the world? I think we can have have better health care than Costa Rica.

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    1. American health care is great for the wealthy. But for average slobs like me, it bites the big one. I want the government to fix my nasty teeth. I also want food stamps. I want it all, and I want it now.

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  4. I don't know about now post o care, but a high deductible ins plan and a hsa would have been a great bet for 99% of the pop.

    Also I've heard of new models. Primary care providers charging a flat monthly rate for as many visits as you want. Again ocare not helping that model much.

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    1. Canadians love their healthcare, and they live longer than Americans. So why can't we enjoy the same type of benefits?

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    2. I remember King 5 news out of Seattle doing stories on Canadians crossing the border into Washington state for health care.

      I guess I better pluck out my lying eyes, than to contradict the utopia of government run health care.

      Britain is trying to back door privatize their health care (Death Incorporated).

      Terry

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    3. I guess it comes down to money. I'm broke, so government health care sounds good to me.

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  5. Smith, you might not happen to be Hannibal Smith from the A-Team do ya?
    Just wondering.

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    1. I mean, and old man...with a plan, and in korea...all this combined i thought...

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    2. No. I'm just a middle-aged stooge with a butt-load of angst. Peace.

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Thanks for stopping by. Smith.