Now that I think about it, I can't remember the last time I had a fat sassy MMMMM HMMMMM fight attendant on my plane. At the NSA security screening areas pawing through our luggage of course, but not on the plane itself. I figured they didn't want them to tip over sideways like we saw happen in Police Academy 4
I'm not sure what I like better about this post - the sawdust on her shoulder or the idea of two dudes attacking a chick and then being fought off with brass knuckles by the same chick.
Anyway, telling people to try to defend themselves is terrible advice.
And as far as all the 8-year-olds stories go. Communism (which was, as you can imagine, very perceivable, even to kids) fell when I was eight. I remember my parents being happy, but the changes came in over a period of time so I could not, in my child mind, connect them to that single event which was the election night. When I was 12, a commie was elected for president and I remember being slightly uncomfortable. More than anything, I was simply disappointed my dude didn't win. My parents were worried. That's about it.
If your 8 year old is crying all day about a dude winning the elections, you're a shitty parent. You shouldn't even have imaginary kids.
"I am writing this post not because I want something done, I just want attention and the last person who said they got beat up for being gay is now a fucking worldwide laughingstock and even his was more believable than mine is with white guys walking around in subzero temperatures carrying bleach and rope"
I find it interesting when, “modern people” look back at the constitution and say “women aren’t equal! Blacks aren’t equal! (Insert religion) that was a microscopic number of people in 1776, isn’t equal!
Completely ignore 250 years of history, which involves other laws that don’t amend the constitution, that proves them completely wrong.