Aborting Abortion from Politics

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I never thought I'd write a blog about abortion, but here we are.

I was born in 1974, and abortion has been a hot topic my entire life. I’m not here to change anyone’s mind; I’m here to say what’s on mine.

What we’re seeing today is the manifestation of a 1973 ruling that became one of the most politically divisive traps in modern history: Abortion.

Abortion has no place in politics.

There are reasons that reproductive rights are under scrutiny (“strict scrutiny” to be exact) and states like Alabama, Georgia and Missouri are passing off-the-rails legislation.

The U.S. Supreme Court didn’t rule Roe vs. Wade far enough in 1973.

What Alabama is trying to do is usurp control over something the U.S. Supreme Court decided 46 years ago, and it’s time to put this baby to bed twice and for all.

Roe vs. Wade in a Nutshell

Roe vs. Wade is less about abortion than it’s about a woman’s right to privacy and access to legal and safe reproductive control.

It takes us nine months to breathe on our own, but our time on Earth is the real womb. No one makes it out of here alive.

In 1973, Roe vs. Wade set guidelines for state abortion laws. The U.S. Supreme Court segmented their ruling by trimesters, then kicked the entire package back to the states.

In Roe vs. Wade, SCOTUS ruled that states cannot ban abortion during the first trimester of pregnancy. Other than that, they left room for states to customize legislation during the second and third trimesters.

That’s the problem with Roe vs. Wade.

Under Roe vs. Wade, states can ban third trimester abortions unless a woman’s life is at risk, but that’s not what Alabama did. Alabama’s special brand of lawmakers didn’t stop there.

The new Alabama law makes abortions entirely illegal, all trimesters, including instances of incest and rape.

It’s a shitty law, but that’s only a reflection of Alabama.

Roe vs. Wade gave states an inch, and Alabama is coming for the yard.

What Alabama did is in direct conflict with the 1973 SCOTUS ruling in Roe vs. Wade, and any direct challenge to Roe vs. Wade must undergo “strict scrutiny”.

Strict scrutiny is the highest and most stringent standard of judicial review in the United States.

It was bound to happen; this was eventually going to come to a head in the U.S. Supreme Court.

To me, it would make more sense if this happened sooner. Like I said, abortion has been a politicized issue my entire life, but Alabama finally put a stake in the ground in resounding fashion.

Why Do I Care?

It’s a scary time in the United States. We are learning more and more about the problems in this country that are deeply rooted in – and manipulated by – politics.

I’m 44, male, white, and gay. Abortion isn’t an issue that affects me directly because I don’t have a vagina.

What Alabama has brought forth and thrown in our collective face, is a flagrant attack on the health and safety of Americans.

Therefore, I care.

Frankly, whether or not anyone has an abortion is none of my business, but I’ll be damned if I sit quietly in a society whose leadership imposes parameters on anyone’s inalienable rights and their pursuit of happiness.

Let's be honest, nobody gives a crap about unwanted kids after they're born, least of all the parents who don't want to or cannot support them.

Separating Abortion & Politics

Imagine not having to consider abortion when casting a vote!

So long as there are single issue politicians, there will be single issue voters. Certain single issues should be settled at the federal level, and abortion is one of those issues.

A modern day SCOTUS needs to rule whether or not Roe vs. Wade stands. I believe it will, but that’s because people are finally coming out of the woodwork, and speaking up.

Timing is everything and Alabama represents anti-abortion's final strike to overturn Roe vs. Wade.

Naturally, it’s worrisome that the U.S. Supreme Court leans conservative, but I feel like I see where this is going.

This is just another issue amplified by endless data and fast technology. Unfortunately, that's how we learn these days. One must weed through the bullshit.

There’s only one way the Supreme Court can go, and that’s to honor a woman’s right to privacy and her access to safe and healthy reproductive services.

They did it once, and they’ll do it again.

And what better way to challenge Roe vs. Wade than with a conservative majority on the Supreme Court that strikes down the state challenging Roe vs. Wade?

Alabama Surprise!

I can’t believe the elderly female governor of Alabama signed a total abortion ban to begin with, much less one that includes instances of rape or incest.

At the highest level, Alabama’s governor is merely a tool.

When Pat Robertson comes out saying your anti-abortion laws are too extreme, you've bitten off more than you can chew.

That’s a whole other issue for Alabama to figure out.

Hey Alabama! Your governor just signed a law obligating a woman to give birth to her sibling in the event her father impregnates her. What the hell Alabama?

That’s literally mom-daughter sisters or mom-son brother/sister relatives. Boy or girl, it’s a weird relative to have.

And you thought gender fluidity was confusing.

Are you going to welcome the new arrival into your family with open arms? Forget Roe vs. Wade, let’s talk about the life of the child. What if they’re gay? I don’t think Alabama thought this through.

Oh yeah, they only care about clumps of molecules and incarcerations.

My Prediction

As if the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn Roe vs. Wade for whatever Alabama’s bringing to the table. It doesn’t make sense, and I don’t see it happening.

Alabama’s trying to make a mockery of the U.S. Supreme Court and SCOTUS needs to come down hard.

If they don't, God help us all.

Roe vs. Wade will not be overturned.

The U.S. supreme court will not overturn a woman’s right to privacy. That’s unconstitutional.

There will be a dissenting opinion from one of the conservatives, but Alabama will be struck down by the conservative leaning SCOTUS, and it won’t be a 5-4 vote.

Then what?

Inalienable rights should not be up for debate in Washington (or any state capital for that matter).

Perhaps politicians can focus on things that belong in politics, items such as foreign relations, fiscal policy, national security, defense, education, veteran services, and healthcare. You know, things that contribute to the overall betterment of society.

Maybe figure out how to be pro-life for the living.

When People Play God

I want politicians who are pro-humanity, not against it, and ones who don’t use religion as a tool to legislate.

The more negatively (and aggressively) anyone infringes on the inalienable rights of others, the worse off they will be, eventually.

You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both, and there you have...

Each of us make decisions on how we handle ourselves when faced with adversity. That’s how we learn where we stand and which battles to hold dear.

Abortion is a deeply personal, inward decision for a woman to make for herself. Nobody, especially lawmakers, has the right to prevent her from making her own decision, I don’t care what church you go to.

To legislate otherwise is unconstitutional, and that’s why abortion has no place in politics.

Abortion has nothing to do with anyone else besides the woman in charge of her own body, health and life.

It’s ok to fundamentally disagree with the concept of abortion. There’s nothing wrong with that. If you don’t want an abortion, don’t have one. It’s that simple.

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Distraction is Still the Main Attraction

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Distraction is the Main Attraction…Still…

His name is Mueller. He’s the elephant in every room, everywhere, sitting in the corner, staring in a mirror. Everything else is distraction.

Mirror, Mirror on Trump’s Wall

Mueller is watching the past unfold, beyond his reflection.

New sets of chips fall one right after another. A new picture is forming when it comes to U.S. history. It’s not as clear as it could be, but it’s markedly different than it was, albeit, more recognizable than I remember.

Good Lord, America, what have you gotten yourselves into?

Ladies and gentlemen, what you’re seeing is the difference between fuzzy recollections and completely false retellings of stories that were never rooted by facts in the first place.

According to the past I remember, the present is far more messed up than my ability to imagine messed up things. Today’s reality doesn’t seem realistic to me, but it’s the only reality that binds us all together.

Technology has enabled us to get at least a few things right. On the flipside, it’s also allowed us to get a lot more wrong.

Technology is useless at the expense of human decency resulting from the breakdown of interpersonal communication. As beneficial as it can be, it can dangerously reinforce the disdain we have for one another.

The Elephant In Every Room

I won’t continue to ignore the elephant in the room. Mueller is a modern day puzzle master – unlike U.S. leadership in Washington D.C., who are nothing more than modern day puzzle makers.

They don't solve anything; unless the solution is creating distrust and strife! And if that's the case, I'm on the wrong ship.

I can’t remember the last thing our government actually solved. Instead they are masters of flipping the narrative, pivot messaging, and mud slinging.

They do this long enough for people to forget they were arguing in the first place – until it happens again, whatever it is. That’s politics, kids. Politicians will say (or not say) anything for the vote.

Suddenly, you’re 44 and nothing has changed since the day you were born.

Give 'em the old razzle dazzle.

That’s what happens after decades of misinformation and manipulation pile on top of one another.

How can they see hear the truth above the roar?

Emotional Manipulation is Predatory Business, Similar to Human Trafficking

It’s time the U.S. Government quit playing games with its citizens and their emotions. The past is always repeating itself.

Whether or not the democrats can pull off a 1992 Clinton-era upset of a one-term president remains to be seen. The 2000 and 2016 elections prove one thing: republicans don’t need popularity to win.

What happens after democrats (Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama) serve eight years, that they can’t close the gap between the popular vote and the electoral college?

The 2020 Election is for the democrats to lose. Maybe try focusing less in more populated areas and connect with the vast area within our borders, between the coasts, without losing sight of Alaska and Hawaii.

The Media is Full of Whores

Give 'em  the old razzle dazzle.

I think the media in the United States – coupled with our government – shares one grand manual surrounding one, simple directive: Distraction. Both have excelled in a way only possible in America.

How can they see with sequins in their eyes?

Hindsight is 20/20, but 2020 is right in front of us.

We communicate in ways you haven't imagined.

It’s absolutely ridiculous that anyone announce anything related to running for the presidency of this country.

This country is still waiting for signs of life from the campaign promises that led to democrat wins last year!

What? All of the sudden, they get a pass to do nothing, simply because they aren't Trump? Sorry, no.

The barrage of 2020 presidential candidates feels like a curtain call of Oscar contenders. Similar to this year’s Oscars, there’s no host to be had.

Who is running this country?

Much of our government is mired in controversy. Yet candidates still have their hat in the ring, while nobody does their current job. They’re too busy either running for president or talking about those who are.

There have been 17 total (so far) on the democrat side; the same number of candidates the republicans had going into the 2016 primaries.

While it’s hard to keep track (and who knows what to believe and when), there are 10 major democrat declarations, six other democrat declarations and one has already suspended his candidacy.

Don't forget what happened to the GOP in 2016. The greatest impact you can make, at this point, is the destruction of each other.

I pay close enough attention to know that almost all of major democrat contenders have called for the resignation of Virgina Governor Northam over a blackface controversy. Some have even gone so far as to call for the resignation of his lieutenant governor over alleged sex crimes.

But they aren’t talking about that anymore. They’ve moved on. Far be it anyone have conviction these days.

I’m pulling for you. You all sound like great leaders!

Collusion is the New Illusion

What does Russia have to do with any of this?

I'll say this, Russia is merely the name by which this investigation is known and extends far beyond Russia.

When I lay it all out, take a step back, and absorb it for what it appears to be, a revised scenario becomes visible.

Just below the surface is a scenario that’s widely more expansive and, as ridiculous as it sounds, begins to make sense.

Controversially Convenient

The only controversy that matters in the USA, right now, is the distraction itself. Nothing we see in the media is by accident. There’s no such thing as “by accident” anymore. Things don’t happen by accident, especially anything you haven’t seen with your own eyes.

The truth is well on its way to the surface but, like Karma, she’s on her own schedule. We’re simply blessed to see highlights of things she discovered along the way.

Paul Manafort, Roger Stone, Jeffrey Epstein, Jussie Smollet, Robert Kraft, Colin Kaepernick…is it possible these aren’t entirely separate stories? Can any of them be taken at face value, or do they represent something bigger? Something classified?

What happened to our country after Justice Scalia died? What investigations are ongoing that aren’t front and center?

The Trump Card is The Joker

It will be interesting to learn whether or not Mueller’s investigation yields unsavory outcomes for the president and his family.

It’s no wonder they prefer trophy hunting abroad, rather than deal with the elephants lining the walls of their ivory tower.

Source: The Guardian; November 16, 2017

The entire charade is on the shoulders of one man. His name is Mueller, and he is the elephant in every room.

The past two years feel illegitimate enough. Part of me thinks the 115th congress couldn’t do anything with the results of Mueller’s investigation. But now that the 116th congress is in full swing (national emergency and all), it’s time to act like we have one. Because we do. It’s just not about a wall along our damn border.

It’s theoretically impossible for us to progress as a country until Mueller is done. Let’s wrap it up, people.

To our do nothing government:

I’d like to introduce you to your new best friend, the heavy weight of the world.

Don't lose sight of the fact that every single one of is a product of our own environment.

That’s not to say we haven’t wound up in situations of others’ making. We have a word for those in life: Curveballs.

One can only hope that the today’s headlines and the public discourse (the better part of the last 40 years), results in something meaningful.

At least meaningful enough that we don’t have to repeat whatever the hell is going on currently. Time will tell. It’s clear nobody in Washington can do anything about it.

Carry on.

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All the President’s Women and Men (and others in Between)

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The White House is Now the Outhouse

The White House is basically an outhouse. I’m not sure whether or not it has a door, or if it’s been tipped over like a cow.

I don’t know who’s responsible for cleaning that shit, but you don’t need a nose on your face to smell the shit coming from Washington D.C.

The city itself is remarkably beautiful. It’s like a pristine toilet with an unlimited capacity to deal with unsurmountable shit; day-in, day-out.

They lit a candle and weren't careful. The new outhouse is plastic and plastic melts.

Guess where it was made. Do you know what else is manufactured in China? Here’s a hint: the U.S. Government. 

The answer is: Toilets. Toilets are made in China. The U.S. Government was only a hint.

I assume China makes more than engines and generators for Kohler while stealing Intellectual Property from all over the globe.

Words matter.

Trump and Pence are D.C. Toilet Paper

That’s what they are, and that’s what they’ve always been. The fix was in and the strings were strummed.

The Electoral College bestowed The White House with one, giant, and seemingly unlimited supply of Trump/Pence.

The usual brands in the ass-wipe industry nearly buried the world in butt crumbs.

Same shit, different day, week, month, year, Christmas.

“I can’t tell you what it really is; I can only tell you what it feels like.” – Love the Way You Lie; Eminem (feat. Rhianna)

Just Gonna Stand there and Watch me Burn

When it comes to history, I was as brainwashed as anyone. I used to swallow America’s shovel-ready bullshit – hook, line, and sinker.

I was 38 at the time, but the seeds had been planted my entire life. Also, Obama was president, and the company that Brad Nicolaisen and I co-founded in 1999, et alia, llc., hadn’t started its rapid nosedive…yet.

On April 30, 2014, the U.S. Government - my government - sanctioned and observed the fraudulent sale of et alia, llc. - along with its intellectual property and trade secrets - to Kiewit Technology, Inc. On May 22, 2014, Kiewit Technology, Inc. announced it would operate under a new name: InEight, Inc.

It was still one year before, out of desperation, we offered two members of our executive team to invest in 8%.

We were bleeding cash like a slashed throat.

Is that blood in the Shark Tank?

Let’s call them “T” and “D”.

“T” and “D” were each offered 8%. While “D” passed on the offer, “T” actually dropped $160,000 cash for 8% of et alia. In fact, “T” inquired as to whether or not he could purchase the 8% “D” turned down. He wasn’t extended that offer.

That would have given him more equity than I had as co-founder! 

Long story short, “T” lost money on his investment.

Weird, huh?

I get it now. I felt bad about it until I didn't. The guy wasn't exactly Shark Tank material. That's a whole other story.

Hindsight

False Flag on the Field

Do you believe that U.S. voters elected Donald Trump? I don’t and I never did. It’s simply not true. It’s impossible – not in America – not in this lifetime.

However, the results had to be believable, so a bunch of behind-the-scenes shit went down, worldwide, in every major industry. It feels eerily similar to The Purge. Only, this one doesn't have a title - yet. Maybe it does, I don't know. I know what I'd call it.

Besides, we don’t elect our president, we vote for our president.

The Electoral College elected Trump on December 19, 2016.

Good lord, America. What have you gotten yourselves into?

Federal and state governments dropped a bunch of balls in the worst ways. The balls busted like eggs – even though government balls are significantly smaller than below average nuts.

At what point did you begin to read between the lines? Was it before or after the day the world turned upside down?

Thank You, Politicians of America!

Once again, you’re the drunk uncle crossing the line at a family holiday gathering.

It’s always the same with you: Blame everyone who isn’t you for everyone’s misery, including your own.

Uncle Sam, what did you do to Aunt Samantha?

I can’t imagine how it feels to be you – nor do I want to. It looks as though you lost control of the narrative, and that sucks. Don’t call me when you lose control of your life.

By nature, politicians have an unusually high risk of becoming morons.

The past is playing out in front of our eyes and curious minds. Let’s rewind to July 5, 2016.

The director of the FBI, James Comey, recommended no charges against Hillary Clinton regarding the investigation of her using a private email server.

Democrats cheered while Republicans jeered. Comey was a hero! Or was he?

Fast forward to October 28, 2016, when Comey made another announcement. He divulged discovering a of trove of never before seen emails, effectively throwing Ms. Clinton back into the frying pan.

Republicans cheered while Democrats jeered. Comey was a hero! Or was he?

Who the fuck are these people? Do they really believe American’s are this fucking stupid? I mean, I’m American, but I’m not an American idiot.

On November 9, 2016, as people woke up, their heads exploded one way or another.

Americans were left to their own devices to process what the fuck just happened. Since then, nothing’s been natural. Everything coming out of D.C. is contrived.

The truth is in the metaphor, and the metaphor is a lie – a bigly BIG LIE. 

Apparently, it’s required to be out of the know to know anything.

You can bet your bottom Deutsch Bank dollar this is a planned rollout of events. It’s a plan that’s been in place since well before the turn of the century, and that went off script further than anyone ever imagined – until now.

Nothing made sense, but the point of the great American shit show wasn't to make sense. Since its inception, the Super Gay American Nightmare was to make billions and trillions of dollars and cents without making sense.

Politicians have been full of shit for centuries, but we underestimated the amount of shit contaminating the only “Plan It” Earth we have.

That PIE sounds yummy, who wants a piece?

Look What You Made Me Do

Politics are private-label platform misunderstandings, between two party platforms, and that shit’s about to rip.

A special note to all members of the incoming 116th United States Congress set to start on January 3, 2019

Make no mistake, now is not a good time for any politician in America. You’re about to become part of an historic legacy of why we can’t have nice things.

I hope that’s not the case. We will learn whether or not the government shutdown tomorrow means good news or bad news for you.

In order to be a patriot, you have to care about the people living here. Every last one of them. No exceptions. That is not negotiable.

Just because I don’t have your attention doesn’t mean you don’t have mine.

In the end, you don’t want it to be something you didn’t do. It might be too late for some of you.

Ground Control to Major Tom

On May 9, 2017, President Trump fired James Comey. The heads of republicans and democrats (or whatever was left of them) collectively exploded – again! 

What happened?

Mueller? Mueller?

The 115th U.S. Congress has some unfinished business, no?

Tell me I’m wrong.

Comey? Lynch? Ryan? Pelosi? Graham? Schumer? Obama? Clinton? Do any of you have anything to add? How about Bruce Grewcock at Kiewit? Are you familiar with him? Or Bill McDermott from SAP SE?

Facts related to Kiewit:

Brad Nicolaisen and I scheduled a call for July 7, 2015 with Kiewit attorneys Mary Carnazzo and Jeremy Stewart.

On that call, we made the accusation that the purchase of et alia was fraudulent.

Within 24 hours, Jeremy notified both Brad and I that they investigated our assertions and denied any malfeasance regarding the purchase of et alia.

It only took Kiewit 24-hours to investigate fraud, but the HR allegations we made in April, 2015 took over two months to tell us they did nothing wrong.

At the end of April, 2015, I met with Jill Thomsen. According to her business card, she was Kiewit’s Director of Government Relations.

According to Jill, she was Kiewit’s Director of Human Resources, a new position and she didn’t have business cards.

Bullshit.

At that time, Jill encouraged me to file a complaint with the EEOC. By June, Jill told me the EEOC would “laugh” me out of their office.

Brad filed a case with the EEOC later that year.

Fuck you, Jill. What changed? I know you know I know. Let me ask you, is there anything you want to say on your own behalf? Or can you?

I’m not breaking any confidentiality agreement right now.

It must have sucked when you failed to trick me into signing that piece of garbage.

I can't imagine anyone at Kiewit is excited for this story to come out. Brad reached out to the Kiewit attorneys yesterday. They haven't replied.

What’s the difference between William and Bill?

Source: Handelsblatt Global

Bill McDermott sat next to President Trump in Davos in early 2018, while Trump told the world the United States would “no longer turn a blind eye” to unfair trade practices.

Another fact: On July 9, 2015 – just two days after Brad and I spoke with the Kiewit attorneys – Bill McDermott suffered an injury. Ultimately, the injury cost him an eye.

I don’t know why these people would start telling the truth right now. Even a plea deal couldn’t stop Paul Manafort from lying through his teeth.

This country is on thin ice or deep shit – one of the two. Either way, we don’t need any more TP, we need and entirely new house. This isn’t as easy as remodeling a bathroom and it’s a little harder than leasing plastic pods to poop in.

Mr. President, is there anything you want to tell us?

Now You Know

The only climate not changing is political. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is almost the perfect metaphor for U.S. politics. The difference being that Jupiter’s storm is shrinking.

Looks like there’s intelligent life out there after all.

Earth, however, continues pig-roasting its way around the Sun.

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What are the real issues in America?

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When considering if even a fraction of what I see or read anymore is an accurate reflection of America’s mindset, my heart sinks. Fake or not, the stories are ugly and the comments are uglier.

If you’re online, you’re in a vivarium. This is a test. If you cannot see the answer by now, try opening your eyes, ears, heart, and mind a tiny bit.

Life gets infinitely better if you don’t make people miserable. I promise!

If you want to be on the right side of history, you better side with humanity

Bullying – kids and adults – is very real in America. It’s kind of amazing we don’t bomb our own country. Or have we?

I don’t know what happens to people that makes them terrible adults. We all have our shit to deal with. All I ask is that you not be part of anyone’s pile.

We, as humans, should embrace and encourage a free and fair world as if it’s our collective purpose. Well, guess what? That is our collective purpose!

Empathy enables us to unite in powerful ways

Painful truths about pain are: nobody’s immune to it, and it has a purpose. You can’t walk a mile in someone’s shoes until you walk a marathon in your own.

Painful events that remind us life isn’t fair can be our most valuable life lessons. Those events help us prioritize what’s important to us, and can often bring clarity.

Can you relate?

Communication is the heart of humanity. Bring that to every table. It’s how we learn about, understand, and relate to each other.

We all have a lot more in common than we think. It just takes a little effort and a few questions. It pains me when people summarily ignore entire groups – be it age, scene, politics, race, religion, whatever – all because they’re uncomfortable. Poor things.

Learn to cope with being uncomfortable

It shouldn’t be that hard. We were all twelve at some point. Americans could stand to be a little more selfless. There are – believe it or not – actual, real problems in the world. Surprise!

A global logic problem

I grew up in Alaska during the culmination of the Cold War. I was born a month after President Nixon resigned. By the time I graduated high school, the Berlin Wall was mostly dismantled, and the Soviet Union had collapsed.

Later that year, I began my college experience. Bright-eyed and full of hope, my generation was ready to change the world.

Optimism sure is cute until years become decades

Good morning, America! In today’s news, distraction is the main attraction. Now, for our top story, “Politics prove the human capacity for hypocrisy.”

Fasten your seat belt, I just did a couple shots.

Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama, Trump. War. Terror. Money. Shovel ready. Oops, just kidding. Fraud. Secret Access Program. I’m with her. Pocahontas. Pussy. Nothing holds a country together like a small handful of pussy.

America is finally united!

Welcome to the United State of Disbelief!

The American Dream halted construction and the crews were sent home. News, news, words, news, fake news, satire, words, words, Twitter.

Where did the internet come from, anyway? Facebook sure came out of nowhere. How about The Google? What does SAP even do? 

But we don’t care about government and business in the U.S. We like to tear each other down and make everyone miserable – for no reason whatsoever!

Why are you so intolerant of my free speech?

People can develop their most hateful opinions about issues that don’t affect them.

Oops, another shot.

If you don’t like the blue giraffe, simply leave him alone. He’s not from this country, but that doesn’t mean he can’t live here.

Wait, what? Oh, shit. I’m sorry. She? I thought she looked like a dyke. I just saw her in the mens’ room! I hate blue trans giraffes. Rape! If I had a daughter that would have been gross. Only men should be in there.

Giraffes belong in a zoo – along with all the other faggot species! I could have killed it if this liberal fuck town allowed open carry and I owned a gun. Guns!

By the way, there’s an awesome glory hole in the stall with the broken door. You’ll see these shoes I’m wearing tapping the floor! See you soon, buddy.

I almost changed my mind about abortion. Then I forgot that I want to watch the little monster grow up and have no parents! Well?

Who’s that freak in front of him? Is that the other mommy or dad or whatever? I can’t tell if that’s a giraffe’s cock or a baby giraffe falling out. Freaks.

Healthcare is for healthy people! And by healthy, I mean white. You’re a racist if you want me to pay for your shit!

The thing is not worth educating. I’m not even educated. Why educate terrorists? ISIS! All lives matter. Except that trans blue giraffe. Deport that fucker.

These are seriously arguments people have in America?

No wonder we’re being punished. We’ve all been a dick to someone, somewhere, sometime, and maybe recently.

Someone has to stop being a dick, and it might as well be you. Your days of being a dick are over. Oh, relax, you homophobic pieces of trash! I said stop being one, not stop sucking them!

Shots!

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