"cry us a river" that reminds me of a very touching episode of the Angry Beavers when one brother enlisted the other into the French Foreign Legion. You could just feel the pain that the enlisted brother went through. Midnight hikes, unlimited pushups, mean sargents, no privacy. But you could also see and feel the pain, guilt, and regret that the other brother who got him into that mess went through. It was touching when the two had a chance to meet for a short time before the brother got shipped over to Morocco. Academy award stuff for sure if there wasn't prejudice against cartoons. t
Cartoons are much better than all of those books. When Courage the Cowardly Dog developed vertigo from getting a clunk on the head his friends flew him south of the equator for a cure. Won't see that in Hamlet. t
I believe that the message was specific enough for this individual to become refreshed with this document. If not, and certain information continues, then let the dance begin.
Hey, anybody seen.................
Actually cowboy there is new sheriff in town and he not talking about the First Amendment. I am addressing a legal document that prevents certain individuals from making disparaging comments about former intities.
Darkster has no complaint in response to the "geniuses" disparaging obscene remarks used against him for a decade +. Dark says, "no good deed goes unpunished."
Just a friendly reminder of the 1st admendment to the United States of America Constitution.
Darkster keep telling it the way it is and there will be less disparaging crime on Wall Street!