Friday, January 04, 2008

Happy New Year to you too!...thanks for leaving the nice comment and congrats on getting your own blog, M. I wasn't talking about you, by the about delusional.. or maniaclly moody?
definitely yes!
but females do commit murder or maybe they just physically threaten them with a knife first??..... I wanted to give one of many examples of evil ladies since you were nice enough the maniacal Hitler the mothers of Nero and Augustus were only deadly to their husbands and families..
What I'm trying to say without being frequently misunderstood, is women are not superior morally to men, the way many feminists put your gender on a pedestal
You gals live several years longer than us "retarded old geezers!"
some of us survive and try to get by in a ladies' world ...
it can even more dangerous for men...
But Hillary could be a great president, but so could Obama!

enough of that monthly anger in my life over the silliest little things

for two days we couldn't get the website!
i KIDDINGLY joked that it might have been someone else...5 years and you still understand my humor!
I love LA
and you are moody...was it you that left the Bresny comment?,,,I'm on the Pacific Coast now and have to head back to the Rez by tomorrow..the two weeks vacation went really fast..It's my muse's birthday!


  1. A little discoherent, but, ok.

    To follow that sidetrain of thought, men are eight times more likely to commit murder than women, no matter who they blame it on.


  2. cool and cats have 9 lives...where did you find this "fact"?
    women are every bit as evil as men
    adios Amiga!

  3. Rumors
    "Several rumors have persisted throughout the years, primarily speculating as to the nature of the extravagant parties thrown by the Borgia family. Many of these concern allegations of incest, poisoning, and murder on her part; however, no historical basis for these rumors have ever been brought forward, beyond allegations made by the rivals of the Borgias.

    It is rumored that Lucrezia was in possession of a hollow ring that she used frequently to poison drinks. [1] [2] [3]
    An early 20th-century painting by Cadogan Cowper that hangs in the London art gallery Tate Britain portrays Lucrezia taking the place of her father, Alexander VI at an official Vatican meeting. This apparently documents an actual event, although the precise moment depicted, (a Franciscan friar kissing Lucrezia's feet), was invented by the artist.[4]
    During the Renaissance, social climbers would commonly boast "I'm dining with the Borgias tonight." A smaller number would boast "I dined with the Borgias last night." Lucrezia was said to employ a chef and a poisoner (two separate people) full time to take care of her guests"

  4. God I'm glad I'm not living in your crazy world anymore, you're nuts. And Lucretia Borgia is, once again, G, not a very good counterpoint. You are ridiculous.

  5. AND, ok, Hitler. There. What now? You know I never did warm to the fact you speak some German. Made me a little suspicious and bothered...anyway. Goodbye and good luck, I'm escaping escapetheokiezone.

  6. wow, you came back in the New Year with the typical vengence after writing to me that you still love can never understand the moods of a woman!
    sour grapes or
    "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned"
    or the 12 faces of Sybil?