I'm going to get as close as I can to the debate. I've found a place near by where conservatives are gathering. I'm going to get in the middle of it and see what's going on. Man, I really wish my wife hadn't thrown out my beanie. I could use the good luck voodoo now.
It was fun but tense outside of the debates.
My latest rant.
I just voted, early, but in person. The only chance of beating the crooked left is if enough patriots vote in person and leave no question about a clear winner.
Holidays, festivals, parades, gatherings and traditions. All of these things are important to the health of a nation and the development of it's youth.
So... I'm sure you are all sick of this running gag. Time to put it to bed.
You can't get New England, Florida, New York, Texas and California to agree on anything. Are we at the splitting point?
Honestly don't take any of what I say on this one as solid fact. This place has become.a legend in Massachusetts. It is known for barbarous treatment of the patients and was shut down and swept under the rug. The survivors have damage you wouldn't even believe unless you met them. I didn't see any ghosts on my trips to the asylum, but I could feel the creepiness and it was bad.
It's the perfect accessory and a key ingredient in the recipe for success. I hope you like my new beanie. It gives me the power of my spirit animal... A Thirtysomething , part Asian skate boarder, who likes to bitch about life. Gaze in awe and behold the majesty of... The beanie.
Earlier I posted on FB about my intention to attend a Halloween festival down here in Tennessee. Rather than be happy for me, I was attacked and my page was flooded with hate from people I knew, back home in Massachusetts. They can't accept the idea that not everywhere is locked down and that some people are still living life. What can I say? If you want to hide from life, go do it. But don't force your choices on me, especially since I live in a community that has decided collectively to not support mask mandates. Life is for the living. Fear is not living.
I used to go ghost hunting a lot. In this video I recall my investigation into the legend of Camp Windigo. Full disclosure, the town of Savoy completely denies the events that led to the legend ever happened. Also, it's mostly been knocked down now and police will arrest you for trespassing if you go there.
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Category News & Politics
Politics, pop culture, Frank opinions from a blunt, New England conservative millennial who can't stand walking on eggshells for the PC crowd.