(April Hoagland and Becky Pierce are a couple of lezbos who want to raise a child.)
Yesterday, I took my eldest son to Burger King once again. We both had the Whopper set. It came with a Coke and fries. The meal was delicious. I'm a huge fan of fast food. All that sugar makes me feel wonderful. I've given up booze and cigarettes. Without junk to gnaw upon, my life would be an endless black hole.
We visited Bluce in the hospital. He's doing great. He's running around the room and talking lots of shit. He would never have been admitted to the hospital in America. The doctors would have just given him some pills and sent him back home. However, Korea's different. Medical costs won't break your back, so it's OK to spend a few nights till the illness clears up. Bluce will go home tomorrow morning.
I watched the second episode of Ash Vs. the Evil Dead. This series has my highest recommendation. The gore is fantastic. Ash uses a broken bottle to decapitate a demon. The blood spray is amazing. Plus the show has a great comic tone. You'll piss yourself laughing. This is definitely must-see television.
I paid homage to the Christ God. I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees. No big surprise. I'm not some filthy pagan. I asked Jesus to restore the health of my son. I also asked him to let me live for another nineteen years. I want to give my sons a good start in life. After that, the Savior is free to zap me with ass cancer.
I went to bed at 10 p.m. I didn't dream. I woke up at 6 a.m. and turned on my laptop. A judge in Utah removed a foster child from a gay couple. Luckily, the kid was placed with God-fearing heterosexuals. The names of the lesbians are April Hoagland and Becky Pierce. They should be commended for giving their effort and money to such a worthy cause. But now--for the sake of decency--it's time to step away. The last thing a rug-rat needs is two mommies or daddies.
I read the paper later in the day. A man in Seoul strangled his lover. He killed her because she forgot to wash his shoes and socks. Here's the rub. The guy recently got out of prison after doing a five-year stretch for murdering his last girlfriend. The ROK might want to start handing down some stronger jail sentences.
Anyway, it's time for the song du jour. Here's Girl's Generation shaking their stuff quite nicely. God bless.