Never Judge A Book By Its Meth Addict

Ok, so as I said earlier on Friday the wifey had to shop, had is the key word 🙄 ,  she is in one of those ridiculous shops for skinny people ( BananaRepublic) I can’t set foot in because I may rage–long story but I’m not a  man built like an anorexic teen age boy, I have shoulders and shit–so I waited outside while the wifey shopped.

I see a few people holding a dingy orange banner with the words People yada yada I couldn’t give a rats ass, did I mention I was shopping with the wife? 😛 but after a few minutes–aeons in shopping time– I took notice and my RAWR took over, why are these hippies and a meth addict out here talking about Climate change? Now you guys know I go all-spastic when people say CLIMATE CHANGE rather than GLOBAL WARMING.

So, I casually walk over and say to one of them, ‘you know they are ignoring you because you are using the passive voice.’ Here a nice lady very Badgeresque, by that I mean silver fox hair and glasses, asks what do I mean, I could tell the meth addict was annoyed. I said, ‘ you are using wording specifically designed by Frank Luntz W’s spin-doctor and global warming denier.

She and a nerdy type older guy tell me that scientist have embraced the term because is –I interrupt, ‘ because it’s politically correct, the language of right-wing corporatist’. At this point the meth addict gets all angry and starts on me that I’M the problem because I don’t understand the issue—I peek inside the store and the wife is not near the cash register so I let it rip.

I said, ‘the problem is not me it’s you man,’ yes I switched to broski mode, ‘People are walking by you guys and not giving you the time because you are using safe non-urgent language.’ It should never be anything other than GLOBAL WARMING, these are urgent words— by now we all cool down and we kinda hear each other, so I asked who backs you guys financially and they say they have a large coalition which I took with a grain of salt, hell I meant to look them up but forgot about them until badger mentioned them. The meth lab asks if I’m involved and I slip and say that I’m part of a small online community that is very AWARE and make it a point to keep the dialogue going. He asked if I would join and I said yes they then gave me the flyer which did not survive the trip home.

So I guess it’s the old never judge a book by it’s cover lesson revisited, as I just went to their website and it looks legit and very relevant. I swore they were just a few tree hugging loons no more relevant than the La Roche loons.

So the dick of the week award goes to me:


Hell I may even go to this thing of theirs 😀

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1,271 Responses to Never Judge A Book By Its Meth Addict

  1. FOUR EYES says:

    If Scotland votes yes, my hope is they go with public-owned banking. Ellen Brown is my favorite financial author, BTW: ….8-)

    • RF Dude says:

      Hi 4E – Just a flyby for me, too, but I had to post one of my fave Bagpipe tunes in honor of Scotland’s historic vote today.

      Have a good one, catch you laterz!

    • classicalgastoo says:

      Co-signing that, 4E – anything else is an open invite for financial woes.

      How’s you today? Are you ready to come home? 😉

      • FOUR EYES says:

        Hiya Pretty Kitteh!..Got to wave at RF this AM..A little worn out today–yesterday was exhausting, but productive. Have to stay here thru TUES..Tired of mooshy food already, too..Two weeks is long enough away for a homebody….8-)

        • classicalgastoo says:

          What is this ‘retirement’ of which you speak? I do not think that word means what you think it means. 😉

          I hear you on the mooshy food – when you get home and get another adjustment I’m betting you find that your range of choices will expand. Baby steps for another week or two, maybe. your mouth heals faster than any other part of you, according to my dentist.
          Pasta might be a good option.

          Hurry home, those kittehs need you – not to mention Mrs. E!

  2. RF Dude says:

    Off to work, Best Luck to you Scotland!

  3. Caller no. 8 says:

    Wingnuts’ crippling Ebola fury: Why they’re enraged about fighting a disease

    Fox News and co. have a brand-new conspiracy theory — and it’s combining with ISIS hysteria to make them loony

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  4. Caller no. 8 says:

    Canada’s Secretive Treaty With China Further Diminishes Aboriginal Rights

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    By Patrick McGuire

  5. fi says:

    Another 2 big old YES votes cast for an Independent Scotland!

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  7. bebe says:

    “Let us all contemplate the fact that Representative Mark Sanford of South Carolina is running for re-election unopposed.

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  9. fi says:

    Good news, its a YES vote, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews has opened its doors/greens to Women for the first time in its history!

  10. fi says:

    Polling booths are busy up and down Scotland, in the one I cast my vote in, one of the folk who work there was saying most OAP’s come and vote in the morning and they were a raucous crowd by all accounts!

  11. I wish we were FREE like Scotland soon will be.

  12. 10 Reasons to vote YES for an Independent Scotland
    Below is a selection of the most heard reasons, comments and opinions from Yes-voters. If you agree with most of these reasons then make sure you vote YES at Scotland’s Referendum for Scottish Independence.

    1. Taking Responsibility by moving all Governing Powers to Scotland

    You would like to get the opportunity to move more responsibilities to a more local Scottish Democracy instead of accept the fate of Westminster’s plans? With all the powers moved to Scotland, we can make a fairer Scotland.
    Find out more: Scotland’s Future and Scotland’s Referendum

    2. Get the Government we choose

    The Tories are in power in the UK, although the majority of Scots have chosen the opposition. The Scots are outnumbered ten to one, so whatever government the Scots will vote for in a UK General Election, it’s highly unlikely that a Scottish Political Party will ever be part of a UK Government representing Scotland’s needs. With the rising votes for UKIP in England, our goals towards a fair and harmonious society will diminish even further.
    Find out more: Scotland’s Referendum

    3. No more building Nuclear Weapons

    We should stop building Nuclear Weapons in Scotland, it is unethical and morally wrong. Under “The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons” the UK expects all other countries to sign this agreement to disarm Nuclear Weapons, but has excluded itself. Under the treaty it continues to build more Nuclear Weapons in Scotland. If you believe in peace instead of war, let’s stop building weapons of mass destruction and start caring for the people and the planet.
    Find out more: Yes Scotland

    4. Securing Oil Funds in North Sea

    Scotland’s Oil reserves are vast. Most of the revenue and tax made from Oil goes directly to Westminster. There are claims that Scotland will be one of the wealthiest nations in Europe if we become independent.
    Find out more: Yes Scotland and Oil of Scotland

    5. Scotland has the resources and finances

    Scotland has the resources and finances to become independent. One of the early myths created by the No Campaign has been debunked and even the Unionists agree that Scotland has what it takes to become independent and the Scottish people will be better off financially.
    Find out more: Yes Scotland and The Scottish Government and The Independent

    6. Believing in the creation of more jobs

    With an ever rising energy and electricity demand in Europe, Scotland could be one of the global leading suppliers. Scotland has many natural resources that allow sustainable energy for which more jobs are created. Furthermore when Scotland becomes Independent, many centralized services and offices, like Tax Offices, DVLA etc have to be set up in Scotland. This will create many jobs and jobs provide an income, which is good for the economy and beneficial for us all.
    Find out more: Scotland’s Future and The Guardian

    7. Believing in the benefits for Scotland and yourself as individual

    Not only will there be more jobs, the future Government already has plans for creating better Healthcare and improve the situation for Pensioners and people with children. We’ll keep the minimum wages, scrap the bedroom tax, etc.
    Find out more: Scotland’s Future and Yes Scotland

    8. Believing in a more equal wages

    The difference in wage in London compared to Scotland for example is huge. This gap is growing and with the current UK Government the richest only seem to get richer and the poor becoming poorer. With a smaller gap between the highest and lowest incomes, there will be less jealousy, greed and more happiness.
    Find out more: Yes Scotland and Michael Meacher MP

    9. Believing that Scotland and England have opposite Political and Social views

    We love Scotland and we love England. Why should both countries suffer from having to compromise political decisions to please both sides? Let’s respect each other and go our own way. In doing so, we’ll become better friends and neighbours then we are ever going to be in a forced political marriage.
    Find out more: The Independent and Scotland Votes

    10. Understanding that NO may lead to changes for worse

    Change is going to happen, whether you vote Yes or No. By voting NO for independence, you will have less control over the changes that are going to change, because the government who makes these decisions is still in Westminster. A No vote will be seen as an act of ‘no confidence’ in the current Scottish Government. A No vote may also be used by the UK government to withdraw powers from the Scottish Government.
    So by voting NO, not only will things be changing, things might be changing for worse.

  13. fi says:

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