Sunday, August 23, 2015

Sunday

(Jared Fogle is going to jail.)

Yesterday, I prepared bacon and eggs for dinner.  I bought the bacon at Emart.  It cooked up all thick and crispy and delicious.  I also fried some rice using large amounts of salt and grease.  The meal was delicious.  I washed the vittles down with a large bottle of Cass beer.  Cass is my favorite brand.

I watched the latest episode of Hannibal.  Dr. Lecter is still rotting away in a mental hospital.  His books and toilet have been taken away due to his general naughtiness.  Meanwhile, Francis captures Dr. Frederick Chilton.  He shows Chilton what it means to become The Great Red Dragon.  Then he bites off the psychiatrist's lips and tongue, and sets him on fire. I'm going to miss Hannibal.  It's a wonderful show.

I paid homage to the Christ God.  I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees.  No big surprise.  I'm not some dirty pagan.  I thanked Jesus for making my eldest son mentally strong.  He realizes that his mother has been acting like a loon for the past couple of years.  Consequently, he doesn't internalize her abuse.  I hope my wife's meds will bring her back down to earth.

I went to bed at 10 p.m.  I didn't dream.  I woke up at 11 a.m. and turned on my lap top.  Do you remember Jared Fogle?  He used to help Subway sell their shitty sandwiches.  Anyway, Mr. Fogle got busted for having sex with minors.  On top of that, the police found child pornography on his computer.  So he'll be spending the next twelve years in a federal prison.  Jared's quite the dirty bird.  He looks so normal.

I read the paper later in the day.  Sex crimes on the Korean subway system are on the rise.  Approximately six cases are reported each day.  Most of the incidents seem to revolve around groping. People are cramped together like sardines, and the occasional pervert likes to cop a cheap feel from the female passengers.

Anyway, it's time for the song du jour.  Here's You May Be Right by Billy Joel.  God bless.   

6 comments:

  1. What's that bit about jail being reserved for the stupid? Ol' Jared, with money from his big-bucks Subway deal, went to NY or NJ and paid an underage hooker $100 for sex. Criminal? Sure, but that wasn't what sent him up to be Bubba's biatch for a "hard dozen".
    Nope, Ol' Jared, after having popped a couple of teenage hookers went and emailed buddies that he had done so ON SOCIAL MEDIA. THAT'S what got the cops curious when someone following Ol' Jared pointed it out to them. (Trust me, they would have never found it on their own.) It was only THEN that once they raided his house and searched his home computer did they find the kiddie porn.

    So what's the old adage about fame and fortune? Oh yeah, here it is:

    "Those whom the gods wish to cast down, first they make proud."

    See ya', Jared. Say hello to becoming Bubba's jailhouse ass puppet. Who says there's no justice?
    Peace,
    Theo

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    1. I don't know what drives people like Jared to commit sexual acts against minors. I often wonder if they are born screwed up. I really don't believe in free will. I'm more of a Calvinist predestination kind of guy. Jared is obviously a reprobate.

      Cheers.

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  2. Subway shitty, you're insane, it's the only reason I have to go to Seoul. Then again my other choice is shitty Paris Bagette sandwiches so as you say, what do i know......anymore.

    James

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    1. I just hate the way the place smells. But I'll eat anything if I'm hungry enough--even a dog.

      Cheers.

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  3. Too bad you're in Korea, in terms of sub-type sandwiches, that is. There are probably almost no Vietnamese banh mi joints in Seoul. They're everywhere in Vancouver and Melbourne -- there's even franchise chains of Viet sub shops (although I prefer the one-off small-time independents.) The French colonialists gave the Vietnamese an appreciation of baguette rolls with crunchy outside crust and soft inner dough. The Asian heritage shows in the fresh cucumber slivers, cilantro leaves and lemon-grass marinade they use. The ones with grilled pork are fantastic, and they're cheap as all get-out -- like $4 for a decent-sized sub. Subway WISHES it could be 1/10 as good as a banh mi place.

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    1. Koreans aren't big into sandwiches. I don't know why.

      Cheers.

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