Thursday, May 3
Kings defeat the Blues 4-2, go ahead in the second round series 3 games to 0.
|It's nice to be a Kings fan!|
|Don't worry about me, I'll just hang out here and wait for the puck.|
|I've never heard the ENTIRE crowd taunting the opposing goalie.|
|Don't be blue!|
|There were a lot of grins on the Kings' faces.|
|I love you Willie Mitchell!|
My conversation with the HR woman who investigated my complaint of discrimination based on health status-
HR: Well, when you put that kind of information out there, you can't control what people do with it.
Me: You mean, it was my fault that my co-workers read my blog, talked at work about me being raped and called me crazy and told people to stay away from me?
HR: Well, you put it out there. (shrugs)
Me: So, if I blogged about being Jewish, and people talked about it at work and said anti-Semitic things about me, it would be okay because I put it out there?
HR: Well, you see, religion is a protected class.
Me: So is health status.
HR: Well, if someone hates sunshine, and they don't like people who wear yellow, there's nothing we can do about that.
Me: What if they won't work with anyone who wears yellow?
HR: Well, yes, that would be a problem.
Me: There are people who won't work with me.
HR: Well, I asked them, and they denied it.
Nice one, HR. Glad you took my discrimination complaint so seriously.
Since my co-workers apparently read my blog to get "dirt" on me, and that's okay because I'm "putting it out there," let me make sure everything is out on the table for you. I don't want you to have to read too carefully.
I have post-traumatic stress disorder, which is a mental illness. I take anti-depressants. I go to therapy. I was raped and sexually abused and physically abused, and I actually think I should be able to write about it instead of living in shame and secrecy. I lived on the streets. I did drugs. I had an abortion. A lot of my body is covered with tattoos, and I'm getting more. I listen to punk rock music and I was an antisocial punk who hated the world when I lived on the streets. I've been trying to fight corruption from the inside, but I've given up on you people. I come from a lower middle-class family. I'm not one of you. My brother committed suicide. My mom is clinically depressed. I have a lot of alcoholism and mental illness in both sides of my family. I wear a lot of black. I have piercings. I'm not married, and I don't have kids. I have sex with my boyfriend, and like I said, we're not married. I'm part of a non-traditional religion, and I believe in multiple Gods and Goddesses. I'm a feminist liberal. I think taxes should be raised. I don't have a problem with Christians, but I think there is a right-wing Christian conspiracy to take over the government. I think the death penalty is wrong and racist, and I'm pro-gun control. I usually vote for Democrats. I'm pro-choice and pro-birth control, and I think religous institutions' medical coverage should include birth control for women. I'm against teaching creationism in schools and for teaching climate change. I want our government to spend more money on schools and social programs, and less on the military. I'm for election reform and more regulation. I don't lie to state auditors, and I don't kiss people's asses or go after people behind their back to get ahead. To all of you who called me crazy- you are weak, self-absorbed idiots. If you pulled your heads out of your asses, you might someday become decent people but I doubt it.
Is that enough for you? If you think you're going to prevent me from making a living the way I choose, you are wrong. If you think you'll stop me from being who I am, you are wrong. If you think you're going to take away my free speech and my right to my life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness, you are wrong. The only way you'll stop me from blogging about whatever I want is to pry my computer from my cold, dead hands.
Enjoy your pathetic, shallow lives, asshats.
To my friends and bf- love you guys! You make life worth living.