All I Really Wanna Do
2007-09-11 - 12:55 p.m.
Today is the sixth anniversary of the murder of 3000 people in New York City.
I join Brin in her salute to the fallen, and the "fuck you, assholes" to the terrorists.
I'm gonna swing by Fry's and pick up a DVD. Not sure which one yet...it may even have pretty girls in skimpy outfits kissing men.
I'm going to go to Carl's Jr and have a cheeseburger...with bacon.
I'm going to continue to post here, providing links that speak out against radical Islam.
I'm going to continue to play drums and sing rock-and-roll.
America isn't perfect. I know that. We're always going to squabble about little bullshit things that we really shouldn't squabble about.
But we CAN squabble. We can speak out openly.
Because this is still America.
Fuck the bad guys - America still stands.
Be seeing you.
1 comments so far
Brin - 2007-09-12 06:42:18 -
I'm honored to call you my best friend, I really am. Thanks for posting this.
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