Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Apr 2, 2017.
Have some common courtesy...
Was this in Miami or something?
The San Francisco Giants are jealous of this.
this shit is too funny
Look, I DGAF what people's sexual orientation is. To each his own. But why do we have to have pride rammed down our throats (pun very much intended) all the time? I'm sorry, this cause is not the same as wearing pink for breast cancer awareness, so please spare me the rainbow caps.
After 2 years, I tried to catch a few games this season (parts of games, anyway).
I missed the idea of what Dodger baseball meant to me as a kid (and young adult).
But 2020 broke the illusion and there's no going back to what it was.
I don't feel connected to the team or community anymore and I don't care about the outcome of the games.
The final straw for truly caring for this team came long ago.
But this LGBTQ thing removes any possibility for even passive interest.
Everything woke turns to shit.
But shit is what we use to make new shit grow.
This shit is weed killer. Nothing grows after you spray this stuff on the grass.
True. But this shit is too gay.
I'm just not there yet lol.
She sleeps a few feet from my bed.
Comes in and licks my head whenever I make a noise. I gotta tell her im.not awake yet... go back to sleep... at least once or twice a night.
She knows i don't sleep much when I'm sleeping so she pretends like she thinks I'm pretending to be asleep taking advantage of the situation to come into the bedroom and start licking my face until I open my eyes and play with her as if it's morning but it's not, instead it's barely like 4²⁰.
I'm slowly remembering how it feels to have a dog again.
I had a semi domesticated wild animal as a pet.
And it possible he rubbed off on me a little. Personality~wise.
Made me a little too much doggy wise.
Dog wisdom is kinda cynical.
At least when applied to humans.
Specially when it's a red dog painted black.
But I'm probably a lunatic barking up the wrong moon.
I feel like I won an award by just by having her.
It's been a dozen years since I've had a girl dog. I've had 4 girls and like 14 boys and other than my first girls i.never had a girl dog be my main companion dog that sits at my feet.
My first girl dog was the mom of a big family of dogs i gave away one by one to girls I was sleeping with.
So that took care of about 4 dogs.... but they were some pretty bitches.
They left me with all the boys.
Then their daddy died and the neighbor dogs got the mom pregnant again.
But before daddy died he got his daughter pregnant. I forgot about her. Nobody wanted her because she was born super tiny and could barely move around when the rest were running around.
She always had problems keeping herself upright for long and woukd get weak and rest a lot.
She died soon after giving birth to a dog that would become huge.
He would jump outta the yard.
Had to raise the fence higher cuz he would leap over. It was a sight to see.
It was a decent sized fence. None of the other dogs could jump it.
Then after we raised it he learned to vault himself onto the top of the fence with his belly then willing on his back and doing a flip landing on the other side of the fence.
Incredible this dog... he probably thought he could fly. Had to install a chain link fence to keep him from jumping down the cliff.
My girl dogs have all been loving and giving animals.
My boys hunters and killers.
Now I'm going for a balance of the two spirits with Freya.
And hoping she learns that my chickens aren't like the stuffed animals she plays with.
As some of you may know, I am a high school English teacher...
Yeah. I know. I never shut the hell up about it.
Anyway, I am ending the year with poetry writing and performance. These Kentucky kids love it. Apparently, they don't do a lot of poetry writing or performing for the classes at the middle school or high school levels. Me - I spent 20-plus years making that a huge part of the grade, and from football players to theater geeks, everybody's got a poem in him somewhere. Or her.
I teach Shel for his playfulness and because the kids all know his Where the Sidewalk Ends and The Giving Tree. They read Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout ... gross but cool. So anyway....
This is my favorite of his, and I can thank Dr Demento for playing this when I was ten years old.
So for all you heads and wastoids and burnouts and spliff-smoking hippies (You Know Who You Are)
This is the Great Smoke Off.... obviously I can't teach this to them. But y'all are messed up now so whatever. ..
Finished Money: Master the Game by Tony Robbins
Incredibly informative and a tremendous read
That dudes secret power is human growth hormone. It's from his superactive pituitary gland.
Finished Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash
A book about using high premium dividend paying whole life insurance as a vehicle to finance all your expenses and cutting out banks (the death benefit is just a bonus)
horrible fucking read, maybe I am just too stupid and that is why, very real possibility (lol), but informative
would recommend everybody read this one
even my seasoned folks, especially if you have kids
I am going to win.
Love this movie, at least I used to
it's been awhile
would be kind of cool to see fat chicks as Mackenzie Dern
i know its practically cliche but rich dad poor dad by Kiyosaki is a must read imo
but you're past that now
Wasn't young Nick Nolte just so fabulous in that ?
Wow wee !
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