Posted on 2014.07.08 at 15:51
Current 'Tude: angry
How many school kids, almost babies, need to be slaughtered before they stop taking money from a glorified gun club for political favors? Does it have to their own children and grand children before they wise up?
How many towns in Texas have to be almost blown off a map before the politicians stop trying to hide what dangerous chemicals are being stored/stockpiled in civilian neighborhoods?
Why did governor of North Carolina make is FELONY to disclose what chemicals are used in fracking other than preventing those poisoned from the toxins being able to trace it back to the source?
I know these politicians are lining their pockets, maybe not while their in office, but when they leave. It's their 'retirement perks', other than the full 'pensions' they get for being in the US government.
They're supposed to be working for the people... not screwing them over.
Posted on 2014.06.30 at 13:27
Current 'Tude: shocked
It's not any deep dark secret that Ziggy does not want or even like having Trance in 'her' house. But this is just mind blowing.
I saw Ziggy come into my study. She jumped up on the sofa, and instead of just curling up to snooze, she sat, with front feet not tucked up under her, and staring out the door. Watching.. just watching, ears perked forward.
This caught my attention. So, I watched Ziggy.
A few moments later, I see Trance, kind of walking low and cautious, heading toward the laundry area. I got ready to stop Ziggy from going after Trance, but Ziggy just sat on the sofa.. watching.
Huhwha? I got up quietly to check on Trance, and what greeted me was this: Trance almost getting outside, but for me nudging the laundry basket, she spooked and ran back into the front area of the house.
Ziggy had opened the side door but didn't go outside. Instead she came back into the study, hopped onto the sofa and waited. If it hadn't been for the laundry basket, Trance would have gotten out.
Ziggy couldn't have told Trance to get out any clearer, could she?