in the event of an emergency…he’s still going to leave you, janice!
did all the people with the last name “hitler” keep their names after the war? i mean, adolf couldn’t have been the only one with that last name.
are there people who changed their last name or kept it? are there businesses in germany with “hitler” as the company name…like “Hitler’s Daycare” or “Hitler’s Plumbing”?
i have questions…
to every single company with a website: for the love of black jesus, STOP the pop-up instantly asking us to sign up for your newsletter!!! i don't fuk'n know you or what your site offers yet, so why would i instantly want your email? #logic #programming #emailmarketinggonewrong
— Big Gay Al (@allenmcnulty) August 27, 2019
tommy & butter want to sit in the chair beside me. (butter usually gets it 🙂
all this hate over someone’s melanin. sure…some cultural differences, but who the fuck cares? this is about life…not about you and your sorry, hate-filled, racist, ass.
feel free to whitesplain it to me below in the comments, because i just don’t get it.
i used to volunteer to read (parts of) the newspaper on a radio station segment for the blind. i don’t know if they still do this or not, but it was a great experience and service.
there were two of us in the booth (we alternated reading). we’d get there an hour before air-time to choose what to read (oftentimes just the highlights: who/what/when/where/why). if a grocery store was having a major sale, we’d let them know about that, too. we tried objectively to choose what we thought should be relayed to them in our one-hour, live, readings. the live sessions were recorded and replayed a couple more times that day/evening. i did this twice a week for over a year, although my booth partner was rarely the same person.
the station manager would give us notes after every session. my only notes were that i needed to stop laughing at the funny articles (pressing the “cough button” to mute my microphone, didn’t always work). i didn’t do it that much, but every so often an article would tickle me 🙂 the blind people who called in liked my humor. they didn’t like, however, that we didn’t read more grocery sales stuff. we only had an hour to fit in all of today’s newspaper articles and inserts, so i’d only pick stuff like “triple coupon day” at winn dixie…or whatever seemed worth the time. any article read about a blind person in the news always got tons of calls.
i can’t recall how many listeners we had, but i remember it was a lot. i went to the center for the blind one time and when i spoke to the lady at the front desk, many heads turned from the people sitting in the big seating area. my voice was instantly recognized. that surprised me, for some reason. at the center, i met a deaf and blind man for the first time (i already new basic american sign language), so we communicated via “tactile” communication. this is where he signed to me and when i responded, i signed back to him but he had to engulf my hands to “read” what i was saying. it was a unique and breathtaking experience for me, all around.
poor tommy has “cat herpes” (non-contagious to humans) and there’s nothing the vet or i can do about it. i wipe his eyes with special wipes every night and give him antibiotic eyedrops about 3 times a year. regardless, he is very loved 🙂