Evil Grin ... glad you enjoyed that.
As for myself and "stereotypes", some here have already "placed me". However, they could NOT be further from the truth. Yes, I have taken aim against the "right" but that's mainly because they are just sooooo wrong and these days theirs very little in the middle of the road except yellow lines and dead armadillos. Plus, I am a bit of a trouble maker. However, I personally think that American Politics (both sides) has polarized the "cool aide" drinking masses so much so that it's going to take nothing short of a revolution to right the keel of this nation. It sickens me, the politicians, the preachers, the sheep going around thinking their better than me and you ... until they get caught in a motel room doing what they said not to do. AAARRRGGGGHHHHH!!!!!
Anyway, glad I could raise your blood pressure and take it back down again. You keep on keepin' on, Max may have his "cool aide drinkers" but I've yet to read anything from you that did not impress me.
Love ol' Bob and Doug, as well as the whole SCTV crew, I grew up on that stuff ...
BTW: "team player", I am not. I was born with a congenital birth defect (Polands Syndrome) which affects my left arm/hand/chest. I was told I would never play sports, Pitched in baseball for 7 years. told I could never ride a motorcycle, I built my own custom Harley Davidson w/a foot clutch and jockey shift. I have many circles of friends, the "Bikers" I ride with, the "Rednecks" that frequent the only bar in a small Texas town outside of Austin that I live in, The "Blue Collar" crowd I worked with for years, The "White Collar" people I now work with, most of my "Austin HH friends" are gay and we frequently hit the gay bars while "cruising the streets of Austin with my wife, my brother is a preacher ... and I ain't no saint. I could go on and on, but no need. My point, I run with and am related to people as far from each "side", if you will, as you could imagine. Religion and politics ... discuss 'em almost every day with those from all sides. No blinders on this American. Now, if I could only get another couple hundred million Americans to take off theirs ... what a wonderful world that would be, HUH!
PS: Sorry for not knowing how to spell "touque", don't ever see those thing's in Texas!
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