When I was a child my mother warned me about people who lie, exaggerate, steal, take advantage of others, capitalize on the misery of unfortunates, and say and do stupid things. “Avoid them,” she said. “They’re toxic and people like that will not do you any good, just the opposite.”
September 2019 Posts
While trading emails about Hurricane Dorian with pal, Tampa Plant High School classmate, and American Spectator writer, Larry Thornberry, I noted that when I was in the local Publix it appeared they had over-ordered water when I heard an announcement requesting: “Assistance on Aisle 17, customer drowning.” I also mentioned that I found it ironic observing local liberal friends stocking up on gasoline and butane gas containers — apparently the stores were sold out of solar panels and windmills.