Skip to comments.Disaster Relief With Peace Moonbeam
Posted on 09/26/2005 8:57:35 AM PDT by digitaldisaster77
September 10, 2005
The hurricane disaster was just awful and I felt like I had to help. I spent last Friday packing a box with emergency goods for the Red Cross. I included some packs of raspberry kelp tea, a pair of sandals, some rice cakes, a macramé hanging candleholder, some incense, and a couple of Grateful Dead albums. Knowing I was helping someone start a new life made my spirits soar!
On television I saw storm victims being transported to a local gymnasium and I felt moved to open my home to one of these poor people. Saturday I brought home a wonderful 78-year-old black woman named Viola W. Smith. I could see in her eyes the pain of living under the poverty and oppression of the white ruling class and I was glad to free her from this existence.
Viola was thankful to be in a real home and I think surprised to find a middle-aged white woman who was so giving, the exact opposite of cruel slave masters like Bush, Cheney, and the rest of the neo-cons.
From my college education I knew that one of the biggest problems facing someone like Viola would be a feeling of uselessness and lack of purpose so I spent the last few days giving her goals and things she could accomplish to build her sense of worth.
I think Ive done a pretty good job and a side benefit of this therapy is that my house has never been cleaner, and even the area around the bottom of the shower looks new again!
Although shes not as fast as Id like with a vacuum, (bad hip) she more than makes up for it with her delicious meals and nobody cleans a window like Viola.
I only wish I had a bigger house so I could help more of these poor, oppressed people.
Ive got to go, it sounds like she fell down the stairs again
i'd take the grateful dead albums off her hands....
(The postscript will probably read that Viola hanged herself.)
Of course she fell. Rove thought of the idea, Cheney relayed it to Bush, so George pushed her. At least the first part of her closing was right. She does have to go. Quickly.
LOL. It is so good, it might as well be true.
Good domestic help is always welcome on the plantation.
I THINK this is satire, but there are some really stupid people with blogs out there....
Well, at least we know how these moonbats really think. Maybe someday blacks will wake up and realize it and quit voting for their plantation Massah's.
Our family visited Berkely in march. We were in Monterrey for my eldest daughter's graduation from the DLI and decided to take a trip north for a day.
That city is a friggin sh*t-hole! Litter everywhere!
And I really got a kick out the Mercedes-Benzes with the Che Guevara bumper stickers. Talk about dimwits.
My son and I walked around with a look of horror on our faces whispering to each other "I am in hell".
Some drugged-out dirtbag asked my boy for money, when my kid said no the scuzzball started following him with a crazed look. My son is 17 years old, 6-3 200lbs. Needless to say as soon as my boy stopped and gave him 'the look' the threat faded away quickly.
Berkely is, by far, the dirtiest, stupidest city I have ever been to. We couldn't leave fast enough.
I saw the same report so I sent over a box packed with ten pairs of sneakers and a basketball.
LMAO!!! Checkout the other posts. Absolutely hilarious.
The fact that it could be viewed as anything other than satire proves that it is excellent satire.
Living with Peace Moonbeam would probably bring thoughts of suicide to anyone.
LOL! I had to keep reading...This stuff is great! What a riot!
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