Friday, April 08, 2011

Just A Thought

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WHAT A NIGHT!! COULDN'T SLEEP ............Thank you for visiting ER...... He is one strong COOKIE :)

I Know He Will Be OKAY . . . . Sux that I am so far away and just want to be by his side ! ! Got Me Thinking Of Family and How Much I Miss YOU ALL. . . That said Lets Turn SCARD and Worry into
 a Little Laugh for a sec . . . . . . . . .

Trading Cards!

Fun for the whole damned family…

I am pleased to provide  “The Problem with Young People Trading
Cards” series. Buy them today, collect them tomorrow and trade
them with your friends for years to come. Great To Share " Poke
Mon has nothing on these ")

Card # 1 – The Nerd (the ultimate collector’s collectable)
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Card #2 – The Spoiled Brat (cry until your parents buy it for you!)
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Card 3 – The Party Animal (also makes a fine coaster)
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Card #4: “The Stoner” (a classic “must have” card for any serious collector)
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Card #5: “The Goth” (extremely rare and highly collectable)
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Card #6: “The Skank” (a very common card and traded freely among friends)
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Card #7: “The Frat Boy” (A must have for any serious collector.)
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card #8: “The Punk”
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Card #9: The Tattooed Freak (More common than it used to be).
we all know one :)

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Card #10: The Assclown. An absolute must for any serious collector.
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Card #11:  The Heavy Metal Moron. The backbone of any good collection.
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Card #12: The Raver.
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And a rare, special edition collectable group card, Card #28:
the Social Misfits.

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Card #13: The Pierced Freak
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Card #14: The Gamer. A young person classic and must have for any serious collector.
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Card #15: The Pregant Teen. Both Tragic and Highly Tradeable.
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And an extremely rare, special edition “Foolish Old Person” card!

Card #16: The Age Inappropriate Senior. (Because some old folks act like damned stupid young people.)

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God Damned Young People and Their “Disorders” Drive Me Crazy!

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The problem with young people today is that they all have “disorders.”

Back in my day, young people didn’t have “disorders.” When we got sick our illnesses were tangible damn it. Something you
could see on an x-ray or confirm with a rectal thermometer. We got the grippe, scarlet fever or polio, not some airy-fairy
pseudo-illness like “reactive attachment disorder” or “body dysmorphia.”

They pretty much have all the bases covered. Learning disorders,
mood disorders, eating, anxiety and personality disorders –
anything the young people can think up as an excuse for their
snotty attitudes, lazy behavior and to keep them from having to
go out and look for work.

It’s all a bunch of god damned malarkey as far as I’m concerned
and gives me “pissed off old man syndrome.” They haven’t got
anything wrong with them that couldn’t be fixed with a couple of
electroshocks, a kick in the butt and few 12-hour shifts sorting
entrails in an abattoir.

Seriously, what the Hell is “intermittent explosive disorder”

anyway? To me it just sounds like a bad case of diarrhoea, a hot 
temper or both.

I don’t understand it. If one of the kids in my school behaved
strangely we didn’t send them him off to a headshrinker and a
pharmacologist for a label and a half dozen vials of pills – we

just called him “Spaz”, lowered our expectations and moved on with life.

If I had ever come home and told my old mom that I couldn’t do
my chores because I had “oppositional defiant disorder” and
“Munchausen by proxy”, she would have beaten me bloody with a
melon baller and been right to do so.

But, nowadays it seems that young people have to have some kind
of personality disorder if they’re going to be “cool” and “hep.”
It’s ridiculous. Last time I checked young people didn’t have

personalities. They had bad attitudes and nerve and very little else.

If I had to diagnose, though, I’d have to say that young people
today have a serious case of Associative Ignorant Assclown

Disorder (AIAD). It’s an epidemic in fact so lock your doors,
pull the shades and hide in the basement. Because based on what

I’ve seen, there is no cure in sight.

They all have “disorders.” That’s the problem with young people today.

 TODAYS MOVIE PIC and QUOTE Of The DAy ISssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
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Sucker Punch (2011)
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Sweet Pea: Everyone has an Angel. A Guardian who watches over us. We can't know what form they'll take One day, Old man, Next day, Little girl. But don't let appearances fool you, They can be as fierce as any dragon. Yet they're not here to fight our battles. But to whisper from our hearts. Reminding that it's us. Its everyone of us who holds power over the world we create.
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Elvis Presley Stranger in the Crowd 
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I'd been standing on the corner
Since a quarter after seven
I was down to my last cigarette
And the clock in the window
Had it quarter to eleven

I was watching all the people
Passing by me, going places
Just the loneliest guy in the town
Looking for a friendly smile
But all that I could see were faces

And then, just like the taste of milk and honey
I found the stranger I'd been looking for
The way my cup of love was overflowing

I knew the stranger in the crowd
And I would be strangers no more

Love that found us on the corner
At a quarter to eleven
I thought you were to good to be true
All my life I had believed
That angels only live in heaven
But now, we share the taste of milk and honey
Each day is sweeter than the day before

My cup of love is overflowing
because the stranger in the crowd
And I would be strangers no more

Deep inside, my cup of love was overflowing
I found the stranger I'd been looking for
THe way my cup of love was overflowing
I knew the stranger in the crowd
And I would be strangers no more


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