Speakout 6/17

Thursday, June 17, 2004

I would like to speak out about the person who called in about the fat people and their clothes. First, of all it is none of your business unless you are buying the clothes. Second of all, people are people no matter what they are wearing. Is that part of your Christianity? I guess everyone should be so perfect like you think you are. Well, as far as I know there has been only one perfect person put on this world and it is not you. You should be thankful that you were chosen to be here by God on this Earth. You must have a low self-esteem to talk about others. Everyone has problems or something wrong with themselves but that is life. So shut up and leave other people alone. By the way, I am skinny and considerate of others. That is what I was taught perhaps someone needs to teach that to you. What goes around comes around. Maybe you will never be heavy but something else could happen and then you will be sorry.

I'm looking for a book or lamp that you put these new quarters in. If you know a place where I can find one, please put it in Speakout.

First book of Republicans, George Bush is my shepherd, I shall not want. He leadth me beside the still factories, he restoreth my faith in the Democratic party. He guideth me in the path of unemployment. Yea though I walk through the valley of the bread line, I shall not go hungry. Bush has anointed my income with taxes. My expenses runneth over my income. Surely poverty and hard living will follow all through the days of my life. The Republicans and I will live in a rented house forever but I am glad that I am an American, I am glad that I am free but I wish I was a dog and that George Bush was a tree.

To the lady with the kittens. I am sorry you miss understood me but what I was saying was I had a pet with five kittens come to my house and the cat got pregnant again and also some of the kittens. I saw a report on TV that a cat, in five years, could have 11, 800 kittens. No wonder we have so many cats roaming around. Because I fed them the animal shelter would not take them. So what do you do? I found a farmer who would take them for his farm.

I live in Morehouse on Poplar Street. I have a little grandson that had a fishing pole that his father, who died about year ago, had left him. It was a green and black fishing pole. some of the children or some adult walked in here on my porch and stole it. There were two pole for my little grandson. It just broke my grandson's heart. I hope whoever you are, I hope you pay for this. I think that was very bad to do that. I'm still looking for it and I think we know who took it. God knows who done it. You made a little boy cried. He already lost his daddy now you take something his daddy gave him. I hope you are happy with yourself.