Monday, May 09, 2005

As of this moment I am not accepting any clients or prospective boy friends who grew up in Georgia and here.

Kim

7 Comments:

Blogger Miss Janine said...

Hahaha, why Georgia?

9:30 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

This perv is from Georgia and he claims all Georgia farm boy like mules.

I guess it cuts down on unwanted pregnancies

9:55 PM  
Blogger Pete from Cal said...

I feel bad for people who live in rural area and being stigmatized by that idiot's general statement! Just because he is, doesn't mean everyone does it. Bleh!

11:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We know this deadly moron Neal Horsley down here in Ga. He's no joke, although he likes to pretend he is. He posts the names, addys, phone numbers and other personal info of doctors who provide abortion services in the US on his website. He's been sued successfully several times for this act of latent terrorism. The pages where he posts this information have fonts of 'blood' dripping down them where he encourages readers to 'reach out and extingish their careers'. Several doctors on this list have been subsequently shot and killed. At least 2 of these murders have been tied back to Horsley's site and the detailed information he made available on his webpages. Planned Parenthood is still waiting for him to pay up for the lawsuit they won against him. He took the coward's way out, and had powerful politico's protect him so he could go blamelessly 'bankrupt' according to new laws recently passed in Congress.

So he may have been screwing farm animals in his youth, but this is wildly more benign than what Horsley's been up to ever since. He's the darling of the radical right enforced pregnancy set. Campaigns against birth control too.

So count this transplanted Ga. citizen as wholly preferring buggering whatever in the barnyard to wholesale terrorism, by act design or suggestion. It might not be legal, but the sex at least is not harming anyone outright. And there's very little politics involved either. I can not speak as to the quality though. I did not grow up on a farm... VJ in Ga.

3:10 AM  
Blogger Garrison Steelle said...

Yet another reason I'm glad I didn't grow up there ... and why I didn't stay.

-G

3:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice to see a standard Kim

9:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Late comment from BlondeSense:
[http://blondesense.blogspot.com/2005/05/so-many-christians-so-few-lions.html]

It's Blondesense.blogspot.com for
May 14, '05 if the link is not working. Some mild fun... Cheers, VJ

8:33 AM  

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