Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Hello Dolly

Hello Dolly --

Bottom line, a hurricane hitting Texas, south of Galveston/ Houston at a level one force Hurricane. doesn't really do a lot for my pocket book -- Just driving there would be about a grand and then its kind of rural, meaning even what little there is, it will be spread out, thus costing more gas, Plus living in Texas somewhere, paying for a hotel .... No, Dolly, you are more like a metaphorical type of thing----- something to bring hope for later, but for now you kind of suck, as you cause that trouble on those poor rural Texans. Texans that fought Mexico. Texans who think their state is better then everyone else. Texans who think they are just better then you period, because you know, they live in Texas. and they want to tell you all about how they live in Texas and that they are better then you.
Again, I hate that I do well when hurricanes hit populated areas, but that is how it is. and I live in a populated area so you know, sometimes I hate em for me as well, and love em for my pocket book all at the same time. It is a sucky thing that kind of works for me, but no, not in Brownsville Texas at a level one. that causes me more aggravation thinking what if, However, Miami at a level 3, that would certainly pay.


Quin Browne said...

i love that texans say they are texans first... then that they are americans. with bush a texan, i'm not too sure i'd brag about that.

i've missed your blog... soon, i can totally catch up.


Native Minnow said...

As the saying goes: You can always tell a Texan, you just can't tell him much.