Yeah great thanks for that…

That was really good of him.

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I read a blog today and they said god was on their side

As he blew the clouds away so they could see grand canyon wide

He took the time to let them view the splendour of his making

Which was kind of him, do you not think, that time out for them taking

 

Perhaps that’s why he quite forgot to stop priests raping kids

Cos he really neds those folk to see rock formations that he did

And that’s why LGBT folk in Muslim countries still get stoned

Cos he’s far too busy showing off the topography that he owned

 

But hey at least they got to see some pretty neat terrain

While Pentecostal pastor, Dollar, spent 65 mill’ on a plane

Just so grateful his priorities are where they need to be

god forbid he might do something good, but at least those folk can se

Thanks for the nominations

All talking with some swearing and me saying some horrible things.

Dronsta and Ultimate, I responded at last 🙂  I know there are rules and other people to nominate and stuff but Ill take the gypsy curse for not doing it 🙂  Thanks gents.

 

Like at your own risk…

I will admit, pressing the like button on things quite often causes me some consternation

I will admit, pressing the like button on things quite often causes me some consternation, especially if it is something sad.  I want to support and encourage, please do not get me wrong, but it often leaves me feeling rather uneasy.

I am quite sure that it would not be taken this way, but I recall feeling most conflicted recently when a Facebook acquaintance posted that he had cancer but was determined to fight it.  I wanted to applaud his resolve but would not want to give a big thumbs to his loss of a testicle in the same way I would if someone had posted a video of a  puppy falling over in a particularly cute way.  How can I like just part of it?

But beware, the risk runs deeper and you never quite know how your like might be interpreted.  My wife recently liked an article entitled “Child molesters face internet crack down”, and when I first saw it fleetingly it was somewhat truncated and all I saw was “Mrs Michael likes Childmolesters…”

What if the article had been “Big cock fighting ring smashed wide open” or “Many men now using public transport”.  How would I have felt then?

What if I was to like a news article which spoke of the injustice of being unfairly accused of a crime you did not commit entitled “Being fingered by a snitch ruined my life”.  I think it is most sad that this reservation that consumes me recently prevented me from expressing my thanks for the great work the police in America after reading an online article entitled  “Rape and murder incidents on the decline in New York”.

Perhaps I should just leave a nice comment or send a card…

 


More things from my brain?

Gift and Song – Colleen’s weekly poetry challenge

After Dark Haiku – 24/9/2017

Screw you, one and all.

Thanks!

I Just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone that has clicked, read, liked and followed me since I turned up on here just a couple of weeks ago.

I Just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone that has clicked, read, liked and followed me since I turned up on here just a couple of weeks ago.

I had no idea what I was going to write when I started, knowing only that I wanted to put pen to paper.  I thought perhaps I needed a message or a theme but I have simply just enjoyed writing whatever takes my fancy.

I won’t labour the point, but again just thanks for popping by and helping make this a hugely rewarding experience.