(Is The Donald telling the truth? I truly don't know.)
Yesterday, I went to church. The sermon once again centered around Paul. My pastor loves the apostle more than Jesus himself. No kidding. According to Paul, we all need a shield to extinguish Satan's fiery arrows. But the shield doesn't belong to us. Rather, it comes from God. We can't stand against the devil alone. Divine intervention is our only hope. I believe this with all my heart. The world is pure evil.
I took my family to a sushi restaurant. We ate tortured shrimp and tortured octopus. The shrimp were peeled alive. The unfortunate beasties squirmed back and forth on the plate helplessly. Then the waitress cut their tiny heads off with a pair of sharp scissors. Their bodies were consumed raw while their heads were fried with salt. Meanwhile, the octopus was hacked into pieces. It's poor little tentacles wiggled around like worms. I smothered them in hot sauce and devoured the meat greedily. Now that's good eating.
I watched an episode of Criminal Minds. It's the sickest show on television. A hairy fat woman imagines that she's having an affair with her handsome brother-in-law. She turns into a murderous beast whenever she sees anyone flirting with him. She kills her victims by strangling them with strips of cloth. Finally, the FBI catches her because she keeps leaving saliva at the crime scenes. The poor wildebeest avidly bites her nails.
I went to bed at 10 p.m. I didn't dream. I woke up at 6 a.m. and turned on my laptop. The liberal press is nailing Donald Trump for comments he made about black on black crime. These bleeding hearts make me laugh. Blacks kill each other at an alarming rate. On top of that, nearly seventy-five percent of African-American children are growing up without fathers. Those are just the cold hard facts. But anyone who speaks these sad truths is labeled as a racist. I don't get it.
I read the paper later in the day. The Korean police are clamping down on prostitution. At least that's what they're telling the public. The cops closed down twenty-two brothels in Seoul since 2010, confiscating over 2 million dollars. Prostitution is big business in Asia. These men love to get their rocks off.
Anyway, it's time for the song du jour. Here's The Train Kept A Rolling by Aerosmith. God bless.