Friday, February 29, 2008

The figure a poem makes. It begins in delight and ends in wisdom... in a clarification of life - not necessarily a great clarification

There has been objections to my post below. Some folks are worried about what kind of drama lama it might bring to our community, especially with me moving in a few months. The last post wasn't created to cause drama, it was there to vent. It was there to get feelings out in the open. It was there to tell people to stop being such overarching douche bags.

Look, it's the person's decision and he made it, so be it. The issue wasn't that I was more or less fired, it's that I haven't even been told by said person. I would have had zero problems, if he had merely had the ohajiki to tell me himself and just told me it would have been fine. Would I still be posting the future columns here, you bet I would be but I wouldn't have had the reaction I had below.

I got it out of my system, I'm fine now and ready to move on. Will people let this go, nah I doubt it, this place lives eats breaths and shits drama, and when I say this place I mean DC. Ah well, whatever will be will be.


SayHey Kid said...

Kumbaya, my Lord, kumbaya
Kumbaya, my Lord, kumbaya
Kumbaya, my Lord, kumbaya
O Lord, kumbaya

Dews said...

Welcome this is a Farmhouse, we have cluster flies alas...

and this time of year... is bad...

SayHey Kid said...

"you guys are my best friends
through thick and thin
we always been together
were four of a kind havin
fun all day laugh'n around and
pilen a way just best friends
I love you guys"-- Evil Eric Cartman

Dewey, Cheatem, & Howe said...

"I light fires!"
-Ralph Wiggum

And it's true you know.

Speculation Amok said...

Ralph, the scene where he is in the back yard giving Bart a tour of his toys

Ralph: And there is my sandbox and I am not allowed in the deep end and that's where I met the Leprechaun

Bart: Right you met a Leprechan

Ralph: Yeah, he told me to burn things