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      Tuesday, July 28, 2015

03:13 PM - 07/28/2015

The topic: Dear Walter Palmer, DDS, Trophy hunter


You're a heaping pile of shit. You and all of your trophy hunting friends. Anyone who gets pleasure out of killing an animal is a piece of shit. And, no doubt, there's something twisted in your head. I don't care if you were under the impression it was legal, you're nothing but a sick f*ck. You and the rest of your ilk.

(If you have no idea what I'm writing about, click here.)

I've seen the photos of you with your kills. The other lion. The leopard. The rhino. The ram.  That big smirky smile on your face.

I hope you lose everything you've ever cared for. I hope your practice is bankrupted. I hope your family turns their backs on you. I hope your dog pisses on your slippers. I have only the worst thoughts towards you. I'd love to read that you'd been hunting, fell in a hole, lost your bow and couldn't get away from whatever wildlife ripped you apart, limb from limb.  There'd be no sympathy, but plenty of cheering from my little corner of the world.

If you love killing so much, take joy in the taking of a life, here's an idea.

Why don't you and the rest of you fecal mountains rent an island and kill one another? Trophy hunters killing trophy hunters.

That would be fair.

That poor lion did nothing to you. And now you regret killling him? You regret nothing. If you have any regrets it's that you were found out to be the piece of shit that you are.

Rot in hell.


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06:54 AM - 07/28/2015

The topic: And we’re back in business


Well, we were last week, but I just didn't get back here.

Yesterday, I caught up on five months of reconciliation. Today I will finish up with June and catch up on my invoicing and filing. Yay!

I've been trying to not turn on the television at all during the day. Just to see if it helps with the energy bill. A couple of weeks after replacing the freezer our usage was down 16%. Last week it was down another 4%. I don't know if part of that was not turning on the television (cable box and speakers) or all the freezer.

We've had a couple of humid days, when I just have to turn on the A/C. Right now we've got the whole house fan on (the one in the attic, that pulls in the outside are and pushes out the inside air through the attic vents) a big fan pulling air through the bedroom. I mentioned how much hotter the bedroom is since the trees were so radically trimmed and Brian shut the bedroom windows yesterday when it started to get hot and that helped keep the temperature down in the bedroom. It's really a shame because I love the air flow and hate all of the fan noise and motors. It wears me down. I do know the couple of days I spent off of the computer (and out of the office - I was making stamps and cutting paper so I have something to work on at night instead of just sitting there playing Candy Crush on my tablet), the office was considerably cooler in the evening. Amazing.

We may be getting some more rain this week. Lord knows we need it. According to all reports, we're going to have a very wet winter and Brian's starting to make plans to fix the areas of the old homestead that might have problems with leaks. Like the skylights in his shop.

Last weekend the coyotes were horrible. Then we didn't see NotPancho for a couple of days (someone mentioned calling him Gemini because he's the twin of Pancho and, Melanee, you'll be pleased to know we've been referring to him as "Gem"). He was back a couple of nights ago. I don't know if he's been in the yard, Brian added fencing to the section that Gem jumped up onto. After they did all of that work at the elementary school last summer, the bunnies lost a lot of habitat. We're seeing them on our street now, I think that's what the coyotes are after.

I got some cheap closeout pool floats from Walmart online. I got the bigger ones, they were seventeen dollars each. Well, the ones that got here were not the ones I ordered, they were cheaper (!) ones than the ones I paid for. I looked up numbers and called Walmart. The CSR kept telling me she could only give me a 20% discount. I would have taken them back to the local store, but who's to say they wouldn't believe me? "You're trying to get a refund of $17 for each one of these, but these aren't the $17 floats". I could see the conversation. I got so frustrated with this girl, that I hung up. I relaxed, took some deep breaths and called back and asked for a supervisor. The CSR asked what the problem was and I explained it to her. Within five minutes I had my refund. Amazing. She didn't understand why the other CSR couldn't do it. First world problems, right?

Have a great day! Like we always say  "Woke up!" And that's a good thing.


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