McGill, if you want to strengthen your marriage then talk to Shadrack instead of screaming at random skankbots as you post from his FB account (totally normal and all the hallmarks of a healthy relationship!). I’d expect this type of immature response from a sixteen-year-old and not from an adult old enough to be married with children. I wouldn’t ever do anything this undignified but, then again, I’m secure in my marriage and in my husband’s faithfulness. I also know that marriages are eroded from the inside, not the outside. This won’t strengthen marriages, let alone your marriage; it will just make you look like an insecure, neurotic fool to anyone who understands what self-esteem looks like.
Heather looks someone you’d find at Palin clan reunion. Why doesn’t that surprise me? I just LOVE the bump-it. And, OMG, her FB page is Shadd N Heather McGill! You can’t make this stuff up. Individuation, Heather, learn it, know it, embrace it, love it.
State Senator McGill, this has got to be just the kind of PR that’s awesome for a political career. If he can’t be held accountable for the behavior of his own dick (seriously, evil wimminz will lead him astray and force him to cheat?) then how can he be an effective leader and legislator; someone capable of taking responsibility for the effects of the laws he writes and passes?
Being humane means being humane to all living creatures, not just human beings. I hope that some of you have a couple extra dollars you can spare for this worthy cause.
*Trigger Warning* Images of animal abuse and neglect if you click through the link and scroll down through the pictures.
“Animal Advocates of the United States (AAofUS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to fulfill the following objectives: (1) Provide food and humane care for thousands of dogs and cats living on the streets of Mexico and in the Mexican perreras (dog pounds); (2) Encourage development of spay-and-neuter programs throughout Mexico, in order to break the cycle of overpopulation that leads to endless suffering for these animals; (3) Establish a network of foster families, from both sides of the border, where animals can be placed temporarily until they are adopted into loving homes; and (4) Provide more ethical, humane, and painless euthanasia for those animals too sick, injured, or unadoptable, and for whom there is no alternative.”