Oh, The Irony

I had originally planned to wear a long-sleeve pullover shirt today…but between last night and this morning the meteorologists changed their predictions: warmer temperatures are due.

This morning I hastily switched my wardrobe options and am now wearing a light oxford over a “Nativity Prep” t-shirt I “borrowed” one night after crashing at Mike’s place.

Yep – the atheist faggot is wearing a Catholic school t-shirt. Good thing I don’t believe in hell or I’d already be on the Acela train heading there.

Speaking of irony, Governor Romney has plead guilty of hiring private lawyers to represent him/the state in a case of potential asbestos particles being present during a Cambridge Courthouse renovation. The ironic part is that he he pushed for a law a few years back that barred the state from using private lawyers (in an effort to save money; he felt is was wasteful to not use state attorneys). And now 2-3 years later he’s guilty of doing exactly what he told everybody else they couldn’t do.

Some boys just can’t play right.

5 Comments

  1. Comment by karyn on May 4, 2006 11:01 am

    Romney is a self serving piece of shit with giant preternaturally white and shiny chiclet teeth.

    Apart from living under his fuckwit regime, I do not believe in hell.

    What is “Navity”? Nativity? Naivete? Navy? What word were you going for there?

    I think it’s pretty amusing! But please don’t call my friend a faggot or I will have to kick your bony academic ass. Ok? xoxo

  2. Comment by snarl on May 4, 2006 11:06 am

    Oh, Karyn…..

    Yes, I meant NATIVITY (is has since been corrected). http://www.nativityboston.org/

    I can’t call myself faggot? LOL

  3. Comment by Erica on May 4, 2006 5:01 pm

    Hey Karl, your blogroll has Aman Yala! That’s my friend Dean!!

  4. Comment by Will on May 5, 2006 6:35 am

    Well *I* knew you meant “Nativity” because I was raised so Catholic that even to this day I still get some sort of flash to a Catholic religious reference whenever I look nto anything that requires interpretation.

    I’m getting better but I still haven’t managed to flush all of it out of my system.

  5. Comment by karyn on May 5, 2006 8:49 am

    Well I FIGURED he meant Nativity but who the hell knows!

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