On Thu, 4 Feb 2016 15:57:20 -0800 (PST), ***@gmail.com wrote:
Post by firstname.lastname@example.org
Humbug, I still say Globy was in the Salvation Army. I want to see a
copy of his discharge papers. And no dummying up those papers like
Obama did with his birth certificate.
That was a joke, I hope! 8-\
Maybe it's not an advisable joke, since some people
actually believe that, just as some believe in "God".
I actually said "God Bless You" to a guy today. He'd
said it to me and it was out of my mouth before I
even realized it. I don't remember ever saying that
to anybody before. Just an hour earlier, I had been
harassing a Jesus Freak with a big sign and a
megaphone who was bothering the crowds of people
trying to get through to the Embarcadero through
the entry (security?) barricade. If the barricade was
for security, I can't complain because this football
bash does seem like it would be a magnet for people
who want to do harm, as at the Boston Marathon.
When I saw the barricade and the lines of people
waiting though, I decided to turn back rather than
put up with all that. I can go to the Embarcadero
lots of other times without hassle.
Anyhow, back to point one: the conversation
with the guy had started because I was wearing
a Union Jack T-shirt. I'm surprised that I said
"God Bless You" back. I would have said
something else if I'd thought before speaking.
I like that guy though. He seemed to me to have
started out as a street person with no visible
means of support, but he landed a job working
for one of the stores on that street, and now he
seems to have a second job too at a different
store. Considering where he started, you have
to respect that.
Oh, also, I know where the Muslim terrorists
in San Francisco are hiding out now. I had
walked to Rainbow Grocery because I hadn't
been willing to put up with the line of cars
waiting their turn to get into the rather small
parking garage a couple of days earlier. As I
was walking back to Market Street along a
route I'd never taken before, I ran into one
of those numerous one- or two-block streets
that exist in San Francisco, but this one was
named "ISIS". Aha!
Here it is: