@MJA: Sometimes when it’s been raining, my mail will arrive wet. I understand that. However, this summer, when it was very hot and very dry, I noticed some of the letters were slightly damp on one edge. I was puzzled at first, but then I remembered how the postman carries his mailbag: tucked up underneath his arm.
Yea, Well I eat germs and
never wash my hands.Dat’s right!
The more germs that enter my body
and I survive them the STRONGER my
body becomes… send a frickin’ Eskamo
to Central American and he will get sick and
die in one month.Send a Bangladesh dude to
Central America and he can drink from the sewer…
and you people that rug your hands with that fake-me-out alcohol shit HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!
Aside from homegrown indolent dumb asses, we now have bammy’s unfettered multi-culti of recent years…an influx of people that think 2 fingers and a bowl of h2o is pure and we are the nasty ones because we use charmin. I behave accordingly.
Radio–man has a point: my siblings and I used to swim in the Ohio River in Pa BEFORE sewage plants and control of industry(steel mills) dumping toxic waste into the water. We chose a swimming hole between two outlets for the sewage.
No one bathed everyday, washed our hair on Saturday only. We’re all still here, well into our old age without a lot of ails that plague other seniors. No one has asthma, allergies, and all the other ills people associate with “bad air and water”.
There is no such thing as “germ free”, so embrace the germ and build a tolerance that will protect you better than penicillin.
100 to 1 she’s been on welfare a looooooong time. She got that fat on our dime. Pisses me off to see half stoned, hugely fat, smelly, lazy, niglish speaking, gummit dependent dead beats, with overflowing grocery carts full of unhealthy food, paying with half a dozen EBT cards.
Brown Eyed Girl – YES! The casinos. I got the Flu so bad one year I couldn’t get up except to use the bathroom, and I know it was because of a casino. I usually wash my hands before I leave there and when I get home I change my clothes, wash up, etc., But that time, I must have slipped and touched my mouth or rubbed my eyes while I was there. UGH! Never happened again, that’s for damned sure.