Shark Week And Other Things

I have to thank Joey. His coming back to spray my blog with his comments last week got my mind off the terrible things going on that I should be blogging about.

From the sentencing of the Boston Marathon Bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, to the arrest of mass murder Dylann Roof. Which I have to say, the murder of 9 innocent people in their church in South Carolina is beyond tragic and while it sparks lots of debate on many subjects, I don’t want the deep loss and deep sadness of what happened to be lost in discussions of a flag or the President saying the N-word on a podcast. (people still do those?)

Yes, we need to discus these things as well as gun control and the epidemic of severe mental issues that is all around us. But please, can we just agree how wrong this is and grieve for those 9 victims and their friends and families before we start squabbling over politics as usual?

We also have those runaway convicts, David Sweat and Richard Matt So much to discus there, and we won’t. I think that will be done here soon, and it does seem like they didn’t have any real plans other than the one that failed when  Joyce Mitchell did not show up as the getaway driver. Seems cops were right and they are still in the area around or close to the prison. Of course this isn’t all good news, because now they will be more dangerous as they try to escape immediate capture… but like I said we aren’t gonna discus that.

We have shark attacks in North Carolina and Florida and crushing weather everywhere.

It can all be overwhelming to think about, and my thoughts and prayers go out to all who are affected directly by these tragedies as well to all of us who are indirectly affected by them.

And that’s where we will leave the important issues for now. There are many other places on the web to read about them and help in any way you can. There are plenty of places out there for both good, encouraging, helpful comments on these subjects as well as places for those who like to comment with hate and malice on the tragedies of others. So me not blogging on them will not be much of an issue (besides the comments here always speak loudly on such things going on around us).

Which brings us back to Joey “Flukeyou” Scalise Jr.

Joey, most people don’t want to read your rantings anymore, and I lose readers every time I let your comments through. But anyone whose been here long enough knows, that means nothing to me.

I beat a dead horse like no other. I’ve said and shown that enough that by now you should see it’s true.

You may have read in the comments that I was planning a “Fluke Week”, kind of like “Shark Week”, where I posted all about you all week Fluke. But to be honest Joe, you ain’t no shark… you are strictly a fluke. So I have decided to have another “Fluke Weekend”.

Trust me, there will be plenty more for you to comment on Joe (though no one will actually expect you to).

I’m sure I’ll have record “low” reading over the weekend, but it will be worth it to once again shut you up Fluke. Look around, even Nancy has left the comments… what’s that say about you Joey?

Don’t worry, you don’t need to answer that, we all know what that says about you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

P.S. Hey Fluke, I hope you have checked out the ZW Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/zerosworld?ref=hl

I posted 3 Bloodhound Gang videos just for you!

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44 thoughts on “Shark Week And Other Things

  1. “Fluke are known as voracious predators. As their scientific name indicates, they are well-supplied with sharp teeth and are adept at feeding on smaller fish. Large fluke, are known as “doormats” for obvious reasons……..”

    • Love you guys!!..TTYL 🙂

      wuss
      Also found in: Acronyms, Idioms.
      wuss (wo͝os)
      n. Slang
      A person regarded as weak, ineffectual, or overly fearful.
      [Perhaps blend of wimp and pussy, or short for pussy-wussy, reduplication of pussy.]
      wuss′y adj.
      American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
      wuss (wʊs) or woose; wussy (ˈwʊsɪ)
      n, pl wusses or wussies
      1. US a feeble or effeminate person
      [C20: perhaps from pussy1 (cat)]
      Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003
      wuss (wʊs)
      n.
      Slang. a weakling; wimp.

      Couldn’t resist..Hee hee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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