I’m sorry, I had to post it.
Terri Schiavo has a blog [culturekitchen]
thats messed up. Why would someone do that? its not even funny.
I am going straight to hell for laughing at that…
I’m with Ella on this one. I hate to admit that I laughed, but I did. Pretty messed up but the blogger gets credit for being clever.
Nope. Definitely not funny. Gave me a little sick feeling in my stomach, actually.
That made me chuckle. Luckily, I already know I’m going to “hell.” 😀
People laugh at this, yet get “outraged” at someone poking fun of the tsunamis? Talk about hypocracy.
Personally, I find anyone making light of this, or the tsunamis, absolutely disgusting.
Maybe we should pull the plug on you Thaddeus…
just kidding, please do not take offense 🙂
Its also the fact that its not even clever…anyone could have came up with that as a joke.
Jealous is all you detractors are. That blog is authentic and funny as hell.
I am a Satan worshiper so I know.
I love humor but nope, this is not funny. And I can not laugh at any tsunami crap either. How do you find humor in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people?
The debate will go on forever that Terry Schiavo’s death is murder, simply because no one really knows her true wishes. Only knowing what i have seen and read on mainstream media, i can see both sides of the argument. I have, for many years, worked in nursing homes as a CNA that provided, at least for some, every aspect of simple existance , excepting the aspect of life itself and the functions that are required of life, as defined by biology. While there may be some question as to the motives of Michael Schiavo, none of us were privy to the intimate conversations of a couple who, perhaps, at one time were in complete and total trust with one another. Such is marriage, and such is how it is supposed to be. I myself, would feel reticent discussing my wishes with the people that, indeed, produced me, they, have a bias regardless of their best interest, simply because they produced me. i have, as most married couples, an intimate relationship with my partner. That is how i view it, a partnership. while i have an inherent responsibility and relationship with my parents, i am my own person, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. This i share with my wife, whom i trust beyond all else to continue my beliefs and my will if i am incapable of doing so myself. Such is marriage. i empathize with Terry Schiavo,s parents, as i am a parent myself. But we have nothing else to rely upon, but the intimate conversants of a couple that we must assume loved one another. To do otherwise is to say that no one ever grows to become their own person. Such is marriage