Posts from the ‘Relationships’ Category

NYC Communists Have Problems

I’ve read two articles that have left me totally speechless cause both of them occured in New York City.  \

Article 1:

This article shows me how out of touch liberalism is.  Apparently the school forgot that the popular Lee Greenwood song hit #7 on the charts back in the 80’s.  It came back in the 90’s and in 2001.  If you look at the rankings of the song through those years, it’s clear to me the American public does not share the opinion that the song is controversial at all.  The kids decided to still sing the song at the playground and I’ll be damned there were adults there jeering them for singing it.  The kid’s wanted to sing it even if it wasn’t part of the kindergarten graduation.  What business was it of those adults?  Here is what Wikipedia has to say about the song.

Here’s the youtube video of Lee Greenwood singing it.

The 2nd Article is about a Queens 5th grader was prohibited (For Good Reasons) from giving a speech about same sex marriage to first grader’s.  The liberals were all up in arms over this.  The principle was called a hatemonger!  Earth to idiots, First Graders, really?  Parent 3:16 says that parents can decide and most people don’t want their 6 year old listening to anything about same sex anything.  The government needs to butt out when it comes to this subject.  Most parents will tell you that this subject is inappropriate when talking to a 6 year old.  *Deballed Male* Well mither walker, the government says it’s ok *Me* Well you can go back and tell the government it needs to fix the f*ckin’ economy instead of trying to teach my first grader about the gay lifestyle.  Another word out of you and you’ll look real cute when we are doing a 3 legged race to the hospital to have my foot removed from your @ss.




If you define your happiness based on a relationship then you should nominate yourself for succor of the year!  You are most likely to smother the object of your affection than anything else.  I’ve got a friend that seems to have lost all common sense over a female.  He’s set himself up for failure because he defines happiness based on a relationship.  She informed him that he’s smothering her and he backed off and is whimpering over it.  Anytime you put someone other than yourself in charge of your happiness, you are destined to fail.  That person cannot be made responsible for YOUR happiness and expect that person to succeed, it’s madness!

It doesn’t matter how many times I tell him that a relationship is not all of that and a bag of oreos.  A relationship is hard work and NOT GUARANTEED Happiness.  There are days when you are pissed at each other and those are the times that define the relationship.  It’s never 100% good times forever more.  There are bad times that will test the relationship and the outcome of those times will say whether or not the relationship will continue.  If you both grow together, the relationship will continue.  If not, it was never meant to be.

He swears god has told him that she’s the one on multiple occassions.  I’ve been tempted to ask if he’s sure it wasn’t the devil because we’ve had this conversation about multiple girls.  LOL.  He reminds me a lot of guys that were stationed with me in Okinawa.  They’d go to the Philippines and be ready to marry a different girl each time.  I have no doubt once he gets older and wiser that his ideas about love will change.  Eventually, he will understand that a woman in need equals a whole lotta trouble.  Don’t get me wrong they’re still the best thing going, the trick is to find one that isn’t a whole lotta trouble.  Over the long haul, he’ll eventually understand that where he’s going leads to nothing but straight up trouble in a relationship.

He’s had to learn some hard lessons though like it’s NEVER a good idea to introduce new girlfriend to old girlfriend.   That plainly does not work out well in the long run.  Especially when old girlfriend is the one who ran away from him and then decides to contact him several months after he’s started over with someone else.