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Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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*RAHRRRRR!*

Sure Happy It’s Thursday, GN!

Hope that Mr. X and TeX are doing well…and the rest of y’all, too.

Got nothin’ else; BBL!

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur
7 years ago

Sure Happy It’s Thursday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa!
Today will be the fourth Friday this week, only this one has a test! Actually, a lot of teachers are giving tests today. Tomorrow is the last day before Christmas Winter break and we’ve got an assembly, which means all the kids participating in the assembly will be missing class, plus the one’s who take Friday off to start vacation early, adds up to ‘get your testing done on Thursday’.

Oh, and I have to turn in my laptop today. The one’s the district purchased aren’t going to work out for the students -- they don’t have the advertised battery life. Now they have to quickly pilot test several other hardware/OS options to figure out what to replace them with.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Hai, Paddy!

It’s amazing how frequently school districts totally screw teh pooch re technology purchases. (Like LAUSD with their iPads.)

It’s almost as though no district employees actually have a clue and/or the entire process is rife with corruption.

But that couldn’t possibly be the case; school districts are historically known for their excellent stewardship of the taxpayers’ money and general wisdom.

X_LA_Native
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7 years ago

Thanks for all the good thoughts for Mr. X EveryGerbillyBody. We appreciate it.

I’ve got a call into the doc’s office to switch the pain meds, strangely enough the Vicodin is keeping him from sleeping, so hopefully they’ve got something else that’ll work.

We took the bandages off this morning. There was more “sorry, sorry, sorry!” from me than any real “ow, ow, ow!” from him. The only time he really did “Ow!” was when one of the bandages was a little *too* adhesed to his chest hair.

Other than that, the incisions (what we *think* they are) look good. No real swelling, no exceptional bruising either.

So far, so good. And of course, since he’s down, the business line rings every day. Never fails.

Fatwa,
I really don’t want to know what search terms you use to come up with some of the images you find. 🙂

Good luck today and tomorrow, Paddy. Sounds like you’re gonna need it.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Fatwa,
I really don’t want to know what search terms you use to come up with some of the images you find.

Drat…I was hoping to sign you up for my newsletter.

*Hangs head*

Happy to know that Mr. X is mending well, ‘tho.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Jerry --

Here’s some info on how to keep sourdough starter alive (so you don’t have to start from scratch every time).

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Another innocent citizen in NM sodomized by State Goons because drugs drug dog “alerted”. (This time, it was the U.S. Border Patrol.)

Bonus: Gang rape by unionized state hooligans and medical personnel.

Super-extra bonus: Victim billed $5000.

The agents instructed the plaintiff to stand in line with other people who had been selected for additional screening and walked a dog past her. According to the lawsuit, the dog handler “hit the ground by her feet, but did not hit the ground by any of the others in the line,” and “the dog responded by lunging onto Ms. Doe and landing its front paws on her torso.” Why did the dog do that? “Because Ms. Doe did not possess any contraband,” says the complaint, “the dog either did not alert or the response was not a proper alert.” Yet this possibly manufactured and in any event erroneous alert was the basis for all that followed.

First the agents strip-searched the plaintiff, examining her anus and vagina with a flashlight. Finding nothing, they took her to the University Medical Center of El Paso, where they forced her to take a laxative and produce a bowel movement in their presence. Again they found no evidence of contraband. At this point one of their accomplices, a physician named Christopher Cabanillas, ordered an X-ray, which likewise found nothing suspicious. Then the plaintiff “endured a forced gynecological exam” and rectal probing at the hands of another doctor, Michael Parsa. Still nothing. Finally, Cabanillas ordered a CT scan of the plaintiff’s abdomen and pelvis, which found no sign of illegal drugs. “After the CT scan,” the complaint says, “a CBP [Customs and Border Patrol] agent presented Ms. Doe with a choice: she could either sign a medical consent form, despite the fact that she had not consented, in which case CBP would pay for the cost of the searches; or if she refused to sign the consent form, she would be billed for the cost of the searches.” She refused, and later the hospital sent her a bill for $5,000, apparently the going rate for sexual assault and gratuitous radiological bombardment.

It is well past time to end the idiotic War on Drugs and start doling out vigilante justice to the animals who do this sort of thing, along with their superiors and their superiors’ superiors. Keep going up the command chain until someone decides to unequivocally end these policies.

Since they’re so fond of “ass-play”, I recommend rectal cauterization so they can slowly die in their own filth.

Don’t forget the lawsuit filed recently by NM resident David Eckert for similar treatment by the Deming, NM Police which prompted this tourism poster:

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