YOU PROBABLY DIDN’T SEE THIS

The lovely and vivacious racist whore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was attending an event Saturday called One Baltimore, held at the infamous Mondawmin Mall, site of recent community lessons in looting and assaults.Β In the middle of regaling the throng with her divine blackness, another hellraiser named Lacheisa Pailin-Scheffer threw a cup of water at her. Seems she was pissed at her replacing Anthony Batts, a homeboy, with a white dude.

MS. PAILLIN-SCHEFFER

AIN’T SHE A SWEETHEART?

The notorious SRB is currently being challenged by Ms. Sheila Dixon. She’s another African Queen wannabe.

http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2015/07/11/bystander-throws-water-on-mayor-stephanie-rawlings-blake/

HERE’S THE NEWS REPORT

BEING THE CYNICAL OLD FART I AM,YOU CAN PROBABLY GUESS WHAT THE FIRST THING THAT POPPED INTO MY TWISTED MIND WAS:

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12 responses to “YOU PROBABLY DIDN’T SEE THIS

  1. chrissythehyphenated

    And here all I thought was, “I bet the person who threw the water is a Democrat.”

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  2. I have a few Rules to Detect an A**hole: chief among them is a hyphenated last name. Also, if you drive a car worth over $50,000, and there are five or six others. Anybody who’s spent a few years in customer service can always see ’em coming.

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    • Present company excepted, I hope.

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      • *snork* It’s always an exception if it’s a really cool hyphenated last name like Chrissy’s, and the use of the diminutive first name cancels out any pretension, anyway. Now if she went by formal first name, Christiana Huffington-Smythe, then we’d have to question her credentials. πŸ˜‰

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        • I’m thinking of changing mine to Bluebird Von Bytternesse-Bytterhoffen. Too snooty?

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        • chrissythehyphenated

          Actual real first names: Mary Christine Ann Josephine. πŸ™‚ And my last name is not snooty, even if it does have a dash in the middle. πŸ™‚

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          • And more importantly, *you* are not snooty, Chrissy. That’s why we love you. : ) We were just kidding around so that Kelli wouldn’t feel bad for inadvertently implying that you were an a$$hole. I chuckled because that’s the kind of thing I do all the time. I just wrote up a post mocking rather harshly a driver I saw a few days ago with an “I’m Ready for Hillary” bumper sticker. Then I caught myself because the most faithful commenters on my blog are an Israeli Rabbi and his wife who emigrated after being Democrats here in the USA and voting for Hillary. So I’d be calling my audience total retards. I deleted the post. *sigh*

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          • Those are 4 of the most beautiful saint’s names ever, BTW, including the entire Holy Family and Mary’s mother! Poor Joachim, though. Couldn’t you have fit him in somewhere? πŸ˜‰

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            • chrissythehyphenated

              πŸ™‚ … my name kind of evolved over time. My parents put Mary Christine on my civil birth certificate, intending to call me Chrissy. Then my 4 older sibs declared it was unacceptable, so I was baptized Christine Ann at their direction.

              When I was researching saints for my confirmation name choice, I decided I really wanted to have Jesus’ foster father in there too.

              Then Dearest and I hyphenated our two last names. For a while, there were 2, then 3, then 4, then 5 of us with that unique last name, then 4, then 3, and now just 2 again as each of the girls decided to go traditional with their married names.

              One of the things I especially love about my choice of Josephine is that Joseph was also Dearest’s confirmation name choice and then two of our daughters married Joseph’s and now one of our grandson’s is a Joseph too.

              ITA though … poor old Joachim gets such short shrift. Sometimes I wonder what it was like for Ann and Joachim, raising the holiest girl EVER. You’d think on the surface that holy kids must be uber easy … but Mary got knocked up by the Holy Spirit and Jesus apparently didn’t give a thought to not traveling home with his family’s caravan that one Passover.

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