Recently, I went to the store with my wife to pick up a few things. About half way through the store, I grab a case of beer from the shelf and start to put it in the cart. That's when my wife turns and says, "what do you think you're doing?" My reply was, "it's on sale for $10 and I want some for the weekend."
Her reply was, "Put it back. We cannot afford that. Plus I don't want you drinking beer with your so called friends. There are lots of chores to do." and so on. To keep the peace, I was forced to oblige, and did.
Three aisles later, she picks up a jar of face cream that is priced at $20. That's when I ask, "what do you think you're doing?" She replied, "it's my face cream and it makes me look beautiful!"
Without thinking, I then said, The beer does that too and it's half the price!"
The last thing I heard after that was the loud speaker barking something about a "cleanup in aisle 11."
Doc says the stitches come out next week and the cast comes off in August. :O
How a politician stands on the Second Amendment tells you how he or she views you as an individualů as a trustworthy and productive citizen, or as part of an unruly crowd that needs to be lorded over, controlled, supervised, and taken care of. ~ Suzanna Gratia Hupp ~ Texas State Representative (R), survivor of 'Luby's Massacre' where both her parents were among 23 people fatally shot and 50 others wounded