The Vent for Saturday

Is anyone else sick and tired of hearing about Trayvon Martin, Paula Deen and the Kardashians!?

Had to call AT&T to cancel my deceased grandfather’s landline. Customer service rep tried to convince me he needed internet service. I don’t think they have internet there!

Laws are in place to protect us but no law can change another person’s thoughts or opinions. We will never be color blind until color is no longer used as a reason or excuse for everything under the sun.

Paula can probably buy her own food network.

If Aaron Hernandez was not playing for the NFL, he would be doing a smash and grab.

Racism is when you believe someone is inferior to you because of the color of one’s skin.

People do not believe everything they hear, but this does not prevent them from repeating it.

The new stadium design reminds me of a Jiffy Pop container that has been opened.

Once upon a time the voters of Georgia voted for Jim Crow laws and the Supreme Court reversed it. Everyone deserves the same treatment.

Market zooms, debt looms. Gold glooms, debt looms.

After having just executed his 500th convict, Gov. Perry will stand up for the sanctity of life and push through the nation’s harshest anti-abortion law.

I see the good people of the great state of Massachusetts have elected Professor Irwin Corey their new U.S. Senator.

It’s sad when people whine about their tax dollars being spent on green energy, but have no problem with it being spent on wars of choice.

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