*Whew. My nerves are already on overdrive with this one. Where does mental illness end and downright evil begin? What is the dividing line when someone who admits to being “angry at life” think its OK to take someone else’s?
That is what some bitch named Conner MacCalister did. Call me what you will, but I think that’s pretty eff’d up.
When I get mad I don’t answer the phone for a few hours. I get mad and I stay in my room. I get mad and I might ‘take it out’ on someone by saying something inappropriate. But I will be damned if I go out in public with the intention of killing someone…just because I’m mad.
Are you kidding me? Who in the hell does that?
Some bitch named Connie MacCalister.
And the sentence of life in prison seems too good for her. But then again, so would a death sentence. Continue reading →
*I love swimming in the nude. Everything free and flopping around. Wearing swim trucks while swimming is, I’d imagine, like women wearing a bra while…doing everything. So I’m sure you don’t begrudge me the pleasure. And in return, I’ll invite you over to swim in my pool sometime.
Now, I have a size 12 foot, and I’m absolutely certain that a shark watching me from below would see and go for another part of my anatomy if he saw me swimming in the buff out in the ocean. He wouldn’t be able to help himself. I’m popular.
*The unjust killing of 12-year-old Tamir Rice on November 22, 2014 by a cop in Cleveland may be off the front pages of the news, but make no mistake, the story is not a forgotten one. Rice was shot to death as he played in a recreation center park; by a cop who mistook his toy gun for a real one. Now his family wants to make sure justice is served, and that young Tamir’s death will not end up being just another black boy in the ground — while the cop that put him there walks free.
They have every right to be concerned. Its been an entire year and Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy McGintyis only now presenting the case before a Grand Jury to determine if charges will even be filed against the cop. Add to that two “reviews” done by “specialists” who say the cop was justified…and they didn’t even perform an interview.Continue reading →
*Oh man! This is a travesty no family should ever have to experience. The pain and distress of losing a relative to death now magnetized by an unfathomable error made by the funeral home you’ve entrusted their remains to. In case you missed hearing about the Chicago family whose worst nightmare came to reality recently, when during the viewing they discovered the woman in the casket was a total stranger.
And adding insult to injury, their loved one had already been buried the day before.
*I am proudly showing my age here. Because I can recall growing up to a talented actor who always made me feel good. His mere presence brought a smile to my face. When I saw his movies, I didn’t think about race, financial issues or how crappy a day I may have been having. His work just made me smile.
Which is why it is so very sad to hear that one of my Hollywood idols, Mickey Rooney, suffered elder abuse in his final years…at the hands of his eighth wife, Jan.
Rooney died on April 6, 2014 at the age of 93 and the recent expose by Hollywood Reporter, who later posed their own investigation and gained access to legal docs, witness testimony, and financial records never published before puts him back in the news now.
It also shows Rooney suffered abuse greater than he revealed (scroll down).
No doubt someone, hell-bent on being negative, will dig and find something they will be considered ‘racist’ in Rooney’s past; whether it be something in his work on the “Hardy Boys” films of old or anything else. But let me spare them the effort right now: keep it to yourself.
I’m just not interested.
Elder abuse is real. And it doesn’t consider your race. It is initiated and sustained by thoughtless, careless, greedy individuals. Wolves in sheep’s clothing. And so many people who worked their entire lives, have now lost the ability due to age to be independent and as a result, are vulnerable. Continue reading →