He did take a brick to the face, I think? And a baseball bat to the head.
People are sweet though, and pull punches. He's lucky, at that.
I was there, too. And, while it may have been a private event, Tucson taxpayers are shouldering the burden of the extra security required to host a monster at the TCC. Since ACTUALLY I am paying for the security at a "private event" you can shove it. I'd show up again. I'd get pulled off the floor again, and I will continue to scream the message that Trump is a dirty, disgusting, misogynist, racist, narcissistic, party flipper whose values are wholly "whatever it takes" to win the White House. His supporters may be good people, but I don't know any good people who support Trump. Kind of strange, right?
It is a beautifully written piece, and I am so sorry for your suffering.
I worked as a hospice CNA for years. I know for sure that quality of life for those dying slowly is completely eliminated. Are we talking a five-year old girl getting preventative testing here or someone slowly dying from an agonizing, certainly fatal condition?
Experience? Work as a line staff in a warehouse for the lonely dying. Sometimes it isn't just a concrete chute but merely an eddy under the water, capable of easing the pain, returning the floater home a little more easily, that the sufferer seeks.
Compassion is not always wishing life on someone.
Absolutely correct, humane and fair.
That is AWESOME! Scarlett, welcome anytime in midtown, too!
Sad. We take the whole family every year. So maybe it isn't sad. I am saving so much money.
Very well crafted piece of work. I am sad for Tucson, and feel inclined to rise to defense for the city my great-grandparents came to, in order to raise their one daughter and many chickens off of Kleindale. I love my city- both as a returned adult who left with contempt in my mouth, and the divorcee who came back with tears in my eyes seeing red, gold and blue above "Welcome to Arizona."
We still like our fences tall, of spiny ocotillo. We like a little more space. But we isolate in style, with an independent spirit. Besides all that, the Catalinas are always north for you, too, if you want to come home.
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