Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?
This is the sign that is over the front door of Aileen's and my house, our home, going OUT. Meaning that when someone leaves our house they are going into the ACTUAL Mental Ward.

I've always felt that way. When it is considered how much ugliness and killing and hatred there is in the world today, it actually makes perfect sense that this sign is over the door going out of the house.

Because that's where the real mental ward is.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Meteorologist Rhonda Lee: Was She Fired for Defending Her Hair? | Secrets to Your Success - Yahoo! Shine

Meteorologist Rhonda Lee: Was She Fired for Defending Her Hair? | Secrets to Your Success - Yahoo! Shine

The fact that this is even a news story shows exactly how stupid it really is.  To begin with, for anyone to call into a television station and to complain about someone's hair is probably someone that should not be allowed to use a telephone.  I mean that's absolutely asinine.  If we have become so intolerant and hateful of each other that we are going to reduce our time to doing such stupid kinds of things as calling into complain about someone's hair then perhaps we don't deserve the right to call ourselves human beings.

That's the first thing.

The second thing is that the station should never have fired her.  It says in the article that the policy is unofficial.  Which means it's not binding in a court of law.  Which means it's not stated as part of the policy in the human resources department for the company.  Which means it is unofficial and that it is not clearly stated and that it is not legal or binding in a court of law.  That's what it means being an unofficial policy.


So for the station to be using that excuse to fire this person the fire.  This lady is absolutely a disgrace.  It's just another show of how we in America no longer really respect women's rights.  We always feel we can kill women anything we want that we can tell them they look terrible or the they could say that they don't look good.  We can criticize them.  We can browbeat them.  We can kick them around.  Because that's what we do in America.  These we kick women around them.  We abuse them.  And we've lying about them and we tell them what to do.  Because we certainly don't want to respect women.

As I said, this news story is really stupid.  For any company to achieve into this kind of disgusting asinine behavior is for that station not to be very popular.  Because that station is supporting all of the wrong things that we as people have the ability to do.  If we really respected women, we would never allow a story like this to even take place.  Looking at this lady.  I find her fine.  She's perfect.  She's very attractive.  She's got a very wonderful smile.  And I imagine that she is probably extremely well spoken being in broadcasting.  So the only problem that we are talking about is her hair.

This is one of the main reasons I don't watch local TV.  I don't believe in buying into this kind of really trivial asinine.  Bullshit.  There are too many other things in this world of worry about rather than to get involved with this kind of really had he stupid.  Bullshit Erie it the station that did this should be fine by the federal government for equal employee opportunity violations EEOC violations.  That's the first thing.  The second thing is that this lady probably needs to join the union to make sure that the station never starts acting that way again that they will not just get away with it.  But they will and up in court.  Because unfortunately that's what we also have created in this country.  We've created a nation of people who are much more concerned with getting money and getting their money that we have created a nation of people who actually care about each other.  The number of people who actually care are few.  However, there is always hope that the number will grow and that we will is a nation once again be known as a nation of compassion and kindness and liberty and freedom and nomination supporting the wealthy.

There's always hope.