What can I say? I read that this Malaysian 2 year old has a pack a day habit and his parents keep feeding it because daddy is a fucking moron, I mean little Marlboro man pitches a major fit if they don't. Is there no CPS in that country? What's next- internet porn? Some coffee to lubricate his infant throat? This is so beyond abuse that I want to scream, and you may want to scream at me after I say this but I truly believe that idiots should be sterilised so this shit doesn't happen in the first place.
Too bad that I can't believe a word of it. This is so clearly a case of a young woman in the throes of a very deep addiction. Almost nothing that comes out of her mouth is based in any sort of reality (except the part about how gawd awful her father is) and her earnest attempt to appear to be answering all the hard questions might be easier to swallow if she didn't have the eyes and bags under them of a 40 year old late shift waitress at Denny's.
Chances are pretty good that she'll end up in jail and then the hospital as she starts to go through withdrawal. The court will probably mandate that she attend some kind of rehab and Dr. Drew will be salivating at the prospect. Everything about this girl's situation is simply awful. Do you think that she brought it on herself by acting like an entitled bitch, or are her abominable famewhore parents to blame? Why do we care? Rubbernecking the trainwreck, I guess.
First it was Dio, a true original and inspiration to metal heads like me everywhere. Then it was Mr. McSlore's amazing grandfather. You could fill a book on what he did in the first half of his life alone, kinda like his grandson. Then my cousin got hit by a car and died in the emergency room. Wait, 'hit' isn't the right word. Pulverised, that sounds more accurate. Her car tumbled into a ravine as he skidded to a stop another 50 yards down the road.
So, that's three, right? Enough, but sadly, there's four. The real person that inspired Geena Davis's character in A League of Their Own died last week as well. I love that movie. I was surprised when I realised that we don't own it. We have 'It's Alive' on DVD, but not that? I love my horror too but that is just insane.
Anyhoo, Dottie was old, she'd lived a long life, and she is another one that inspires to this day. So does the movie. If I had a nickel for every time someone says, "There's no crying in ______," I'd have a lot of nickels, maybe even enough for some popcorn and a soda at a game.
Hug and kiss your loved ones. It's what Marla Hooch would have wanted.