tree in the forest
friday, june 17th, 2011
like a single tree growing in a forest of similar trees, I decided to find another way for my business to "stand out" from the rest of the trees.
Because the economy's getting even worse and unemployment keeps rising monthly – totally ignore the constant stream of LIES about everything the ∅bummer gov't is telling you and the ∅bummer gov't-owned media is going along with, everyday in print and on TV – people are "shopping around" for different companies to do various parts of a single large landscape job, for which I've submitted very detailed line-item estimates. They're "buying cheap" instead of our well-known, quality work, just to save some dollars. The old addage – "You Get What You Pay For" – will come back to haunt them inside of a year or two. Guarranteed it will.
So I've decided to let people make multiple payments on small ($7,500+), medium ($20,000+) and large ($55,000+) jobs, be it multiple credit card or check payments. That seems to allay the pain of having to outlay all of it at once, for many of them. They're scared of what's happened to their IRAs, savings, and whether they'll even have a job within the next year, let alone even be able to "retire with dignity". And I can't blame them one bit. This incompetent, f•cked-up, racist asshole in The White House just keeps spending and printing money we don't have, and soon it's all going to be worthless, as America is now already defaulting on its loans around the world. Check your electric bill, for starters, from the past and current year, and in the coming months.
With the stock market tanking (week ending 6/10/11: DJIA down net 200 pts; S&P also down net 61 pts) for a 6th consecutive week – and this week's close with be the 7th consecutive week – we're now well into another recession/depression – the DC idiots call it a "double-dip recession" and the stupid, ignorant gov't assholes – who've never even run a business or held a "real job" – continue to get in the way of businesses like mine, who create jobs, grow and drive the economy. Get the f•ck out of our way and leave us alone, you sons-and-daughters-of-bitches! Stop spending our money on worthless, Un-American crap and pay-down the National Debt, dammit! Stop regulating our businesses, dammit! Get the hell out of our lives! We're in another freaking "depression", you lib-dem moron trash! ("Liberalism Is A Mental Disorder" – Dr Michael Savage)
Okay, enough of that. It'll take some time to see if my new strategy will work. And although I don't even take a monthly paycheck anymore, I still have to do it to bring-in the work for us. I just can't let my business languish, as it'll be doing by the end of July, if I don't bring-in some nice landscape jobs for late Summer and through the Fall months. I don't know about you and your small business, but the "Hope & Change" crap isn't working out for this Nation, me and my business. It's not working for anyone that I know of, either.
Around The Garden Center
The Thursday early evening t-storms which hit the York area around 6:15pm, were fierce for about 5-10 minutes, dropped very little rain and did little destruction, at all. With the gusty wind, I knew there'd be a lot of container plants down at the GC&N Complex, and they wouldn't get watered. We'd have to run the overhead sprinklers Friday morning and afternoon, or do some hand-watering of the downed nursery stock to make-up for it.
I watched "Iron Chef America" (Morimoto vs Mehta in "Battle Coconut") on Thursday from 7-8pm, during the storm. Interesting show and unusual bill-o'-fare, but nothing I'll ever use in any of my cheffing efforts.
I made it until 8:15pm and Murphy followed me upstairs to sleep. 5am would come early and Friday promised to be a very busy day with a specimen tree installation plus a smaller tree, Drip Irrigation Systems for both trees and the Customer's front gardens, and lots of billing I had to get out, so as to get money back in, to pay all the bills.
I was up at 5am, took care of Murphy, made breakfast, and left for work. The ground was slightly wet from the violent storms of Thursday evening, but would dry-out quickly in the day's 86-88°F heat and sun, so there'd be no problems in using our 2½ ton JD 675B SkidLoader & Backhoe on the job, as I had worried about back in April and May, when we had so much rain and the ground was mushy and soft. It's hard-as-a-rock now, and can take the machinery weight with no problems.
Only 3 more weeks until I close-down on Sundays for the months of July & August, finally giving me a day off, instead of this *killer 7-day-a-week schedule*, which I've been on since Dad's heart attack 4 weeks ago, Sunday evening. And then I can go to "The Cabin" after work on Saturday afternoon, for a short getaway. When I think that I have it bad, I read articles like this, and all of a very few of my many troubles pale, in comparison. Anyway, I do have it bad right now. We're in good shape through mid-July, but all of the other landscape jobs have now been put on-hold until the "Drought From Hell" and heat abate, probably in September or October. Even with Drip Irrigation Systems specified into every job, people are afraid to plant anything in this un-Godly hot and dry weather. I can't really blame them.
It was a "balmy" 88°F when I closed at 4pm on Friday, as I'd had enough for the day and the week. I've made 5 additional round-trips (30+ miles) this week alone, from my business to my condo in East York, to meet with glass companies, blinds installers etc, that I've burned-off 1½ tanks (30 gallons) of Unleaded Regular gas, costing me an additional $92.50, for which I'll never be reimbursed. That's out of my pocket, due to the uninsured asshole who mows the lawns (and does the snow removal) here at Carriage Hill Condo Ass'n (CHCA), breaking one of my sunroom's three 8ft x 4ft tempered glass windows. Plus, time-off of work, loss of productivity etc. SIGH. And I haven't eaten for 2 days because of the heat; I can't keep food down in those oppressive temps. There should be a Penna Law which makes him have insurance, and why CHCA ever hired the uninsured scumbag is beyond me. Probably because without having to provide proof of liability insurance etc as a legit business, they got him more cheaply than any other bidders for those lousy jobs. Just an educated guess. I have a $1,000,000 liability insurance policy for my business; he should have at least a $500,000 policy.
I went to my Church Meeting on Friday, at 8pm, and had to stop at a convenience store to get some Coke® Zero (with lots of caffeine), just to stay awake for the meeting and ride home at 9:15pm. I was tired from the bad week I'd had. And Saturday probably wouldn't be much better. I was asleep by 10pm.
Even though I didn't have to be into work until 8am, I was still up at 5am, took care of Murphy, made breakfast, grabbed a shower and fresh clothes, and left for work early to try to get some work done, just in case we got busy. There were several B&B-dug trees to possibly load (the owners were supposed to pick them up weeks ago, but haven't), 2 mulch loads to deliver and a prospective lscp customer coming-in to discuss phase 1 of his and his wife's plan, and choose plant material, which we'd already pulled for him and her. I had several estimates from Rich to work on, plus the past week's job billing to do. Plus, there were office/bathroom/front counter garbage cans to empty and put new liners into, floors to sweep, sinks and toilets to clean, and a hundred other little crappy jobs which I do that no one even knows about. They think it just happens "magically" or that a "cleaning crew" comes in at night and does the work. Surprise, folks: it's me! It was only 6:25am and I couldn't wait for the damned day to be over, so I could come home and get away from all of it.
A couple from Dublin (MD) canceled their small landscape job on Saturday afternoon, in favor of 2 Tri-Color Beeches, which they've already purchased, being installed in late Fall, since they have a shallow well and it's beginning to run dry. This lack of rain isn't helping recharge many of the more shallow wells in the area and to water 2 large beech trees plus run a drip irrigation system is scaring more and more people who are not using city-supplied water. OTOH, we picked-up 2 more medium-sized landscape jobs on Saturday, both in multiple phases, and booked those with HICPA Contracts and deposits from the Customers. Rich, my Staff Registered Landscape Architect, was by for a few hours and dropped-off more designs, existing plan estimate changes and worked with me to show a wonderful new Conservative client and his wife from Stewartstown (PA), their material, get them scheduled and HICPA Contract deposit signed and paid.
I closed-down at 4:45pm after loading mulch for several people in pick-ups, coming-in at near-closing time. Sigh; all day to get mulch and they wait until the last minute. After getting home, I took care of Murphy's water and food needs, did laundry and other chores, cleaned-up and ate a small dinner, and was asleep by the 8:30pm when the fierce t-storms and torrential rains hit. They lasted 45mins and the thunder & lightening was loud, with Murphy burrowing under the cover when thunder shook the condo. Popwer went out beiefly and I'd have to re-set the microwave and other digital clocks, next morning. Didn't bother me asleep, at all. I enjoy going to sleep to the sound of rain and storms.
I slept-in until 6:30am on Sunday – a treat for me – and scanned the Net for weather and news for the day and week ahead. After taking care of Murphy and eating a quick breakfast of Poached Eggs with Grits, I grabbed my week's mail from the condo mailbox, and headed over to Weis Market to do some food shopping at 8am. The roads and the store were almost empty; just the way I like them, so I could get there, get through my list, and get back to the AC'd condo and relax a few minutes before going to work. I hate working 7-days-a-week, and soon that'll end, at least for the 2 months of July & August, when I change to real "Summer Hours". I left for work at 10am, opened-up at 10:30, and Dad and Steffi showed-up at 11.
I worked on landscape estimate revisions, 2 new jobs which Rich had brought by on Saturday, and 1 he'd emailed me earier in the week. There was no air moving at all by 11:30am, and I closed the office and turned-on the AC to get rid of the humidity, which was already hovering at 79%. Although it was only 76°F at that time, the Heat Index felt like 90°F. By 1:45, there'd been no one through the Complex – between all the local high schools having commencement ceremonies, various car shows, too dry & hot to plant anything mentality, etc– so I decided to shut-down and stop losing money for the day. Combining Steffi's salary, running fans, computers, AC (electricity expenses), I was operating at-a-loss, and one just doesn't stay in business for very long, by operating "in the red". Better to cut losses quickly. It was 85°F with 97% humidity and a Heat Index of 98°F when we left; just miserable outside. I put-up a "Closed Early 2pm" sign, chained the gate, after sending Dad and Steffi home, and was back at my condo by 2:45pm to catch a quick "nap". At least Murphy was glad to see me. As with yesterday, severe t-storms were closing-in on the York/Red Lion/Windsor/Wrightsville (PA) areas and "red flag warnings" went up on all of the local weather channels by 3pm. And they came with a vengance in torrents around 3:15, flooding streets 10-15ft up onto our condo lawns, like I haven't seen in quite a while. Of course, it *sounded much worse* last night on the upstairs skylights, but I was asleep and didn't see the deluge; just heard it.
I decided to get to sleep very early, around 7:30pm on Sunday, since I was tired and "down" from the the lack of the day's business; perhaps Monday would be better. I decided to "sleep through it" and Murphy followed me upstairs. I had a busy week ahead, what with getting the sunroom's huge window replaced, landscape estimates to do, job work orders to lay-out for the crew and other stuff to do. Sleep would help me right now, better than anything else.
I slept through my 5am digital alarm, since I'd wrongly re-set it to 5pm on Sunday morning, after the t-storms had knocked-out power on Saturday evening, but Murphy finally woke me at 5:15, and I took care of his water and food needs, ate a quick breakfast, dressed and left for work in a hurry. There were trees and limbs down all over the roads and lawns along my route (SR Rt 24) to work, especially in areas like East York, Windsor and Red Lion, where the tornado funnel in the sky had been spotted on Sunday afternoon. The NWS now claims it wasn't a tornado, but rather "straightline winds" that did all the havoc and damage. Dad was off on Monday, so it was Steffi, Kim & me for the day, while the landscape crew installed 6 large (3½"+ caliper) "October Glory" Maples in Taylor Estates, north of the Complex. At 71°F, it was a most pleasant day to be anywhere, even without the AC running. We closed at 4:30 after I loaded 4 CuYds of mulch for 2 customers, and I had several errands to run on the way home.
I gave everyone the "bad news" today: that after July 20th, *we're out of work*, and unless some landscape jobs start coming into the place, I'll have to either cut back drastically on their hours or "furlough" them to unemployment compensation (UC) status and call them back-in when I need them. They can still earn 100% UC benefits if they only work to 40% of the gross of their UC check amount. (According to PA State Law, I'm ineligible for any UC, since they consider me an owner and officer of mu Sub-S Corp, although the IRS has ruled that I'm merely an employee and should be eligible. PA is f•cked-up, IMO.) I'd hoped this wasn't going to have to happen – but the economy is so bad, and getting worse by the week – that it now is necessary. Beginning this week, I've already cut hours for everyone by 5–10 a week. Too many people are deferring their landscape jobs until Fall, when the heat subsides and the rains return, instead of during July and August, our "traditionally slow months", anyway. We'll start our traditional 25% Off Nursery-Wide Sale in September and continue through October, as usual, hoping that'll persuade some additional people to give the go-ahead. It's been this way for many, many years, with the exceptional years of 1999 – 2006, when we were so busy that I had three and four 3-man landscape crews working fulltime and still couldn't keep-up with all the requests, incoming work and retail sales. Wow, has that ever changed since 2008 and the ∅bummer regime intentionally taking this Country down the tubes.
I watched "Iron Chef America" (Flay vs. Tinsley in "Battle Fresh Beans"), from 7-8pm on Monday. Nothing that I'll ever use from the show, but an interesting session between the two chefs, nonetheless. Tired from the day, I was asleep by 8:15pm, and Murphy was curled-up at my side.
Up at 4:30am, I took care of Murphy's watering/ feeding, made a quick breakfast, and left for work to meet Alan to go over the day's projects, and a slew of "pending jobs" which need his design work, as the clients have specifically requested him, since we did their work so well, in past years. Oh jeeeez – school buses, dumptrucks, garbage trucks, semis, work zones, construction zones, school zones – delays everywhere I try to go in this York County (PA) area! It seemingly takes forever to make a simple trip to pick-up clip-on eyeglasses or get gas or smokes, let alone get to an appointment with a customer. At least the weather's nice today (for sitting in traffic), once again, just in the comfortable mid-60s. I could take this weather all-year-long! It won't last and next week the heat and humidity will return to make life miserable, as Summer in the Mid-Atlantic Region is wont to do. Kim, Jon & I unloaded 102 2gal & 3gal containers of perennials, ornamental grasses and nursery stock from a new vendor in NJ, Centerton Nursery. Nicely-grown stuff, but expensive, with full freight and fuel surcharge added-on, though. I probably won't be ordering from them again, for doing that to me. The cost could have been split among all the deliveries, instead of tacking it on to my invoice alone. I closed at 3:30pm, after everyone else had left at 2:30, their new hours being 7am–2:30pm.
Here's reason #8 why I don't fly commercial airlines, anymore.
I watched "Iron Chef America" (Symon vs Nawab in "Battle Pineapple") from 7-8pm on Food Network CATV. (Get used to it; I do every night if I can remember it's on, or I'm not doing something else.) Once again, I'll probably never use anything from this show in my Mediterranean-prone cheffing repertoire, but once again, another very interesting and creative show. Now, the NWS claims that we did have 2 tornadoes on Sunday, after denying it at first, claioming it was only "straightline bursts" of wind.
Murphy was already sleeping upstairs when I went-up at 8:30pm, grabbed a shower and set the AC for the night's sleep. Dad wouldn't be in tomorrow, as Mom had a doctor's appointment. Kim would be off for the day, but Steffi would be there as the landscape crew had more landscape maintenance jobs from past customers to work on. 5am would come way too early for me, IMO.
I was up at 4:30, took care of Murphy, made breakfast, scanned the weather forecasts and news headlines, and left for work ½ hour early. 50°F felt like a March morning and it was refreshing, but I had to wear my green cord Barn Coat, just to stay warm. I could take this weather all year long, IMO. It was chilly now, but the 70°F+ mornings would return next week and 95°F+ days weren't far away, according to the forecasts. I stopped at Sheetz for coffee and smokes, as usual, and went through downtown Red Lion on Rt 24, where they'd had all the roads and sidewalks screwed-up since last Summer. Most of the so-called construction project – all of it unnecessary, IMO – was finished; they were painting lines on the roads and finishing a few sidewalk spots, so the innumerable delays, which forced me to take all kinds of "backroad shortcuts" for the past 8-9mos, were almost over.
Wednesday was a busy day with lots of phone calls, inquiring about our availability for work and a couple of retail sales, but I closed at 3pm and Steffi and I left shortly thereafter. The landscape crew had finished and left at 2:30, so there was really no point in staying around for another 2+ hours, since I could accomplish everything I needed to, tomorrow morning, in very short order. It was 78°F when we left and getting warmer by the minute. No need to run AC, fans, lights and all the computers, just to waste the electricity, if not necessary. Hmmmmm, I got this on both my office and condo computers: "17 Updates for Windows 7; do not turn-off or unplug your computer". Yikes! WIN-XP Pro on both front counter machines didn't have nearly as many "patches" as that, when I shut them down.
I had some errands to run on the way home, car and truck registrations to get renewed in Red Lion (PA) at Runkle's, and did some quick food shopping.
"Iron Chef America", on Food Network CATV, featured "Battle Pork", between Iron Chef Cora v Chef Fraser, from 7-8pm. (The Iron Chef Is always listed first.) Once again, sorry to say, nothing for me to use in my repertoire, but a surprise verdict and good show. 4:30am would come early, so I closed-down – "17 Updates for Windows 7; do not turn-off or unplug your computer" – for the night, and Murphy followed me upstairs to sleep. I'm still wondering about those 17 updates for WIN-7.
Up at 4:30am, I fed and watered Murphy, made breakfast and coffee, and left for work. We had another medium-sized lscp maintenance job in nearby Stewartstown (PA), and trees to dig for pick-up by customers, on Saturday. One of my nursery stock reps stopped by to look at 9 of the 10 I'd bought, defoliated (dropped leaves due to lousy potting by the grower) "October Glory" Maples in 25gal pots, which I'd bought through his company, to give me a credit on the invoice for them from the grower. I had new estimates to do, billing to get into the mail so we can get paid, and again decided to close at 3pm after the landscape crew had left at 2:30. I also decided to shut-down the Complex (on Sundays only) a week early, on June 26th.
I have three long-time friends with their own small businesses, who've now been in business ("discretionary income spending", like my business and industry) variously for 25-35 years, and who are also seeing the past 5-6mos full of *RED INK*, from this tanking, lib-dem-ruined economy. They've all decided to give-up leasing commercial office space, and "go virtual" from their homes, to save money and heopefully, their three companies. I just wish I could do the same, but having 20 acres, a retail building, much construction equipment and tools, 7 large GHs and 6-7 acres of live nursery stock doesn't permit me that option. I sure wish I did; I'd take it in a heartbeat.
muslim "Heritage" In America?
Ol' pigshit-for-no-brains, Barack Hussein ∅bummer, during his Cairo speech, said: "I know, too, that islam has always been a part of America's story." Say what, ∅bummer?
First, let's get this straight: islam is NOT A RELIGION; IT IS A POLITICAL SYSTEM OF TOTAL AND ABSOLUTE CONTROL over its mindless adherents.
Really? Were those muslims that were in America when the Pilgrims first landed? Funny, I thought they were Native American Indians. Were those muslims that celebrated the first Thanksgiving Day? Sorry again, those were Pilgrims and Native American Indians.
Can you show me one muslim signature on the United States Constitution? Declaration of Independence? Bill of Rights? Didn't think so.
Did muslims fight for this country's freedom from England? No.
Did muslims fight during the Civil War to free the slaves in America? No, they did not. In fact, muslims to this day are still the largest traffickers in human slavery. Your own half brother, a devout muslim, still advocates slavery himself, even though muslims of Arabic descent refer to "black muslims" as "pug nosed slaves." Says a lot of what the muslim world really thinks of your family's "rich islamic heritage," doesn't it Mr. ∅bummer?
Where were muslims during the Civil Rights Era of this country? Not present. There are no pictures or media accounts of muslims walking side by side with Martin Luther King Jr, or helping to advance the cause of Civil Rights.
Where were muslims during this country's Woman's Suffrage era? Again, not present. In fact, devout muslims demand that women are subservient to men in the islamic culture. So much so, that often they are beaten for not wearing the 'hajib' or 'burka', or for talking to a man who is not a direct family member or their husband. Yep, the muslims are all for women's rights, aren't they, ∅bummer?islam is a political system, with its own 6th century barbaric laws, controlling every aspect of a mindless muslim follower's pathetic life – from when to eat and drink, when to shit, what hand to use to wipe their asses, when to fart, when to rape, when to kill their own mindless adherents and Civilized Western Infidels, how to hate and murder, how to dress like a woman, how to fight like a girl, how many pre-teen boys to bugger, how many times to pray to the asshole moon-god allah and pigshit child molester mo-ham-head, – that all 1.2 billion of them richly-deserve *complete and total eradication from this earth*, IMO.
Where were muslims during World War II? They were aligned directly with Adolf Hitler, and the Nazis. The muslim grand mufti himself met with Adolf Hitler, reviewed the troops and accepted support from the Nazi's in killing Jews.
Finally, Mr. ∅bummer, where were muslims on Sept. 11th, 2001? If they weren't flying planes into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon or a field in Pennsylvania killing nearly 3,000 people on our own soil, they were rejoicing in the Middle East. No one can dispute the pictures shown from all parts of the muslim world celebrating the 9-11 attacks on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and other cable news networks that day. Strangely, the very "moderate" muslims who's asses you bent over backwards to kiss in Cairo, Egypt on June 4th, were stone cold silent post 9-11. To many Americans, their silence has meant approval for the acts of that day.
And THAT, Mr. ∅bummer, is the "rich heritage" muslims have here in America.
And now we can add November 5th, 2009: the slaughter of 13 American dead and wounding of 29 other American Soldiers at Fort Hood by a muslim major who is a doctor and a psychiatrist, and who was supposed to be counseling soldiers returning from battle in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The "heritage" of any and all subhuman muslim slime, garbage and scum in America is that of wanton destruction, murder and death. From 9-11 to so-called "honor killings", to massacres on US Army Bases and the many plots to blow-up people, places and things, the subhuman muslim filth are indeed, "The Enemy Within Our Gates".
The real enemy is islam, not just "radicalized muslims", Rep Peter King (R-NY). Wake-up America and smell the islamic stench surrounding us all!
Slaughtering people for burning a piece-of-pigshit book, the koran – I wipe a dead pig's ass with it – is your "heritage", you racist, dumbfucking, hate-America, piece-of-pigshit, stinking ∅bummer asshole.
Riots, death, destruction, from the pigshit-eating muslim filth.I wipe a dead pig's asshole with the koran and all of the muslim garbage called islam.
Your subhuman muslim friends in Af-crap-istan sure love you, ∅bummer!
That finally, Mr. ∅bummer is the "muslim heritage" in America. All muslims and everything islamic should be totally-outlawed in America, and their very existence should be made punishable by summary execution, IMO.
Obama, your buddy Osama is DEAD, you cowardly, lying islamic muslim pigshit filth scumbag! Lonely now, are you muslim asshole garbage?
Oh, I'm sorry, I forgot to mention the Barbary Pirates. They were and still are, all murderous muslim garbage, richly-deserving of summary death. ∅bummer, your "muslim heritage" is piracy and slavery, plain and simple, going back hundreds of years and continuing today. muslim trash are the biggest purveyors of slavery in the world today.
The goat turd mo-Ham-head + allah-the-pig = Satan! mohammed was an apostate of Hell.
Any questions, you half-breed, sambo, lowlife scumbag, stinking ∅bummer asshole? Thought not.
Things Which Make Your Head Explode
Finally, a US Governor from Alabama, with balls: Republican Gov. Robert Bentley, who has signed what he billed as tough illegal immigration legislation, requiring police to check the status of anyone they suspect may be in the country illegally when stopped for another reason! Bravo! Get the fucking, stinking, criminal illegals outta my country, dammit! And here comes the Alabama communist ACLU, crawling like cockroaches out from under the wet and slimy rocks, to challenge the law. They should be declared a terrorist organization, stood against a wall, and executed, IMO. All of them, everywhere.
I've said many times that Mitt Romney is a scumbag of the lowest order, and here's another reason why.
Cigarettes are $14/ pack in NYC? Gov't taxes created the "black market" for them, that's why.
Fact: profiling works in catching whomever you're after, and for whatever reason. Profiling should be done EVERYWHERE to anyone and everyone who fits the description! Especially muslims and other terrorists; and then they should be killed-on-sight, IMO.
"If You’re Worried About Crime, You’re a Racist". Huh? Bullshit. I could give a crap about skin color; it's c-r-i-m-e that pisses me off!
President Obama was asked in an interview why "he hasn't been able to convince" more companies to hire more employees. The obvious answer is that his plea for companies to 'step up and start hiring' rings hollow when he simultaneously raises taxes on companies, making hiring harder to do. But Obama's biggest excuse? All that damn technology – like ATMs – they are making companies too efficient! Yes, that is an actual argument from the President of the United States. Get out the duct tape! We're in a second recession/depression, brought-on by you, ∅bummer asshole, since you've "owned the economy", since 2009.
Some People Just Need Killing
This will do it!
It's not my intention to be the judge here — that's God's "job" — but rather to "hasten the meeting" so that He can send the following subhuman filth to the "Fires of Hell", "River or Lake of Sulphur", or whatever He deems appropriate. I'd gladly/happily volunteer, at no cost to any of my Hard-Working, Fellow US Taxpayers, to gladly/gleefully/happily headshoot these murderous, lowlife dirtbags of all stripes – their skin-color doesn't matter to me, at all: murderous subhuman filth is still societal trash and garbage and needs to be "disposed of", promptly – and rid American Society's innocents (especially our precious children and the frail, defenseless elderly) of them, once-and-for-all. And yes, I'd rather see one innocent man convicted and executed, than 10 murderers/robbers/child rapists-murderers freed, to rob, rape and murder again. Hey; call me an "Old Fashioned Conservative"! Too harsh? Nah. Just & RIGHT!
Yes, I agree with the premise of this article, that "...the Death Penalty is a Noahic Covenant with God, in a post-flood world".
Thank you Mississippi, for making my week! Subhuman, piece-of-lowlife-shitfilth, Paul Everette Woodward was put to death by lethal injection Wednesday for the 1986 rape and murder of a 24-year-old Escatawpa woman. Good riddance and rot in Hell, you asshole!
Hey guys, good shooting! Now keep killing more and more subhuman, murderous muslim filth, until they're all gone.
A subhuman, so-called "father", Christopher Fitzpatrick, 20, killed his baby daughter with a cinder block just hours after she was born – because he and the little girl's mother couldn't afford to have another child. And liberal-demokkkRATs cheered him on, for simple and quick infanticide. Kill HIM!
Here's why all muslim filth in the US need summary killing and complete removal from the face of the earth, IMO.