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The Political and Religious Views of a Not Quite Normal Citizen of the Greatest Country in the World

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Pretty much all canidates

This comic sums up how I feel about pretty much all of the politians out there right now.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Preventing Tragedy

As some you may know, a 2 year-old girl drowned last week after falling into a septic tank.  Every time I hear the story I feel sick, not only because of what the family is going through, but for the future that little girl will never have.  This has cause many, including the radio station that I listen to during the work week, to ask how this could have been prevented.  Unfortunately, they are asking about septic tank regulations, which is a great idea, but it isn’t the cause for the death of this little girl.  I know many of those that might read this blog will want to roast me for saying this, but it is the mother’s fault that this girl is dead.

Let’s lay it on the line here.  This girl, remember she was only 2, was left outside, along with her four siblings, while the mother was inside the house.  The girl wandered off the property to a neighboring property, which was not inhabited, and fell into the septic tank.  I do not know how old the siblings are, but they were obviously not old enough to be responsible for their sister.  I’m sorry, but the mother should have been out there.  This was a horrible accident and it is possible that it could have been prevented if the septic tank was maintained, inspected, whatever.  It could have DEFINITELY been prevented if the mother had been outside making sure her toddler didn’t wander off of her own property.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

A Week Off

Too much going on in RL right now, so I will be taking this week off from both blogs.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Personal Responsibility

I could probably write a few paragraphs on taking responsibility for one's actions, but I think Tim Allen sums it up nicely.

BTW, if you haven't checked out Last Man Standing yet, I highly recommend it.