Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Couldn't happen to a nicer person.

If this is true, then I have to do something I don't usually do as a result of someone's having been hurt:


That is all.


  1. dennis from dennis9:51 PM, November 25, 2008

    oh, that's rich...


    Thanks, Sandy!!!!!!!!

    I give you dickipedia, and you give me the... well, the best news I've EVER heard!

    Love you long time!

  3. Schadenfreude. It's a beautiful thing.

  4. I saw that yesterday and thought the same thing!! I believe that is what's commonly referred to as poetic justice!!

  5. See? If enough people pray for the same thing enough times, God will get tired of hearing it and just answer the prayers!

  6. wait a minute, are you all really
    -taking pleasure in someone's physical pain, because you do not like their politics?
    -wishing (praying to God, even) for physical harm to someone, because they do not agree with you?

    a quick google search tells me I do not agree with her politics, but frankly, I am a little repulsed by yours too. what ever happened to sticks and stones, but names will never hurt, to turning the other cheek, those without sin casting the first stone, and so-called "Judeo-Christian" morality?

    Surely now is the time to be thankful for what we have, not to revel in others' pain?

  7. OK, Anon... speaking only for myself here, I take no pleasure in her physical pain, but I do get a chuckle from the irony of that particular person's jaw being forced closed. And it isn't because she's conservative... it's because she's vile. She's made a career out of spewing meanness. Now, at least for a while, she can't! S'funny, see?

    For contrast: I vehemently disagree with Laura Ingraham's politics, but I took no pleasure or satisfaction in her having breast cancer.

    So chill.