“You don’t know me very well. That NEVER works.”
His sins have been punished.
*"Washington Times – Aug. 11, 2020""
Thank you. From that, I was finally able to find someone calling her an organizer. Jessica Chasmar used the label in her article. Another article that day reported how her basketball game went the day before. Play basketball AND organize a criminal looting and arson. Impressive organizational skills if you think about it — especially from someone who talks so foolishly. If anyone tried what she proposed in most parts of the country, they would soon be lying, dying in the street.
Putting aside the sudden death expectations, the idea is ridiculous that someone whose father came here from Cuba in the seventies owes reparations to someone whose mother came here from Haiti in the same seventies. (Probably too much lead in her water growing up, poor kid.)
Regardless, Jessica Chasmar used the title, has written much on other subjects and doesn’t seem to have mentioned the nutjob since. Nothing showing she’s anything other than a crazy basketball player who needs medical and/or mental help.
“Bratty children aren’t cute.”
All children are cute. For some, that’s the only reason they survive to become adults.
(Some just don’t recognize the fact.)
“You wrote a story in response?”
Two, I think.
I am a mite verbose.
True but life isn’t fair.
My younger son was about to attend the middle school where his mother taught.
“Son, unless I know for an absolute fact that you are innocent if a teacher accuses you of something, I’m going to take the teacher’s side in a dispute because too many teachers didn’t believe me when their children came through.”
“Whereas Daddy told me, ‘Son, life ain’t fair, so even if I KNOW the teacher’s wrong and you’re right, I’ll let that be a further example for you and let the teacher get away with it.’ "
(It was much easier to say than do, but it came up a few times.)
Love can become tiresome.
Just spell it out and rhyme with disorder. Boarder, border, hoarder, reporter, Ford or, four-door for examples. Or treat TSD or SD as syllables. I haven’t thought about what words those might be, sadly empty on what examples might be.
Pet names do that sometimes.