Sunday, September 12, 2004

Kids these days

I'm in school again at etsu. In one of my classes, i witnessed a telling conversation among two kids who were talking about the fact that they will be voting for the first time in November. Listening to them, one could hear the words of their parents flowing out of their mouths (I immediately recalled the day when I, too, was a young Republican). The guy said, "If Kerry wins, this country is doomed." The girl said, "I know! Did you know that he killed a 15-year-old while he was in Vietnam?"


To conclude: Only 54 percent of registered voters went to the polls in 2000.


Blogger bill said...

Congrats on your reentry into acadmia!

Sunday, September 12, 2004 4:16:00 PM  
Blogger tony not Tony said...

why didnt you kill them while you had the chance?
everyone should watch kill bill just so you know how the asassin lifestyle can randomly come in handy.

god bless them if they vote. the lil liberal i know got really excited about turning 18 and told me he couldnt wait because when he was 18 he could get "tats" no matter what his mom said. I told him he should be more excited about voting than "tatting": he blew me off. I then reminded him that at 18 he could go and fight in Iraq too, and that voting was his only opportunity to have a say in such nonsense. it moved him a little. but the tat he wanted was so cool...

really, why didnt you ask those lil jackoffs in your class why they were at ETSU getting a TAXPAYER SUPPORTED EDUCATION, (which they probably dont believe in) instead in IRAQ getting a good old fashion education the way ther papaw did? some strange show of support for the Bush and Dick show. hell at least ask them if they are in ROTC...rapelling of the Culp Center is fun goddamnit!

Monday, September 13, 2004 9:33:00 PM  

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