I was struck by that, and couldn’t even begin to come up with words to describe the absurdity/irony.
Nazis, who are about putting their own above us whom they feel are inferior. Christians are supposed to be about unconditional love and respect.
Well, since you have wormed your way out of the greys, I will now say this to you directly.
Thank you for all the great info!
(I don’t know how to do that fancy cut & paste, but I’m responding to this gray, without trying to un-grey them)
This is the only place I will click on something that involves the name that rhymes with kartrashian, because I know it won’t make me angry that anyone ever heard of it.
Thank you for that.
You are in my head.
I posted this on its own, but it’ll probably never get out of the greys...
What a great story! It made me think of my childhood neighbor, Dr. Lewis Jackson, who, I learned much later in life was an instructor for the Tuskegee Airmen.
Don’t eat shellfish in months with no “R”!
I honestly thought it was Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson. (I’m also old)
“I just don’t understand the intensity of the hate,” he said.
La Croix was the trendsetter on flavored soda, which is the best thing to mix with vodka, so I will always have a soft spot in my heart for it.
How about not making trans-phobic comments, people.
Thank you! I already flagged a poster on Splinter for using an offensive word to refer to trans-people.
I live in Portland, and the only critter that’s tried to get in my house is a raccoon.
I’m a freckled redhead, and my skin does not like the sun! I moved from New Mexico to Oregon to escape. Most people look at me like I’m crazy when I say that.