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Sep. 28th, 2006

The first significant update of the New Superbusnet Era: my "story" of how I celebrated the victory of the Saints on Monday night, and how much it truly meant to America.

That one took two days thanks to work. But it's pretty good.


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Sep. 28th, 2006 06:32 pm (UTC)
People who wear belt buckles that indicate that they support slavery should not be allowed to dress themselves without government assistance, let alone speak their ignorant minds in public.

Just saying.
Sep. 28th, 2006 07:05 pm (UTC)
The bigger irony of this is that we get a LOT of people like that in that town.

That town in Connecticut.

The New England state.
Sep. 28th, 2006 07:24 pm (UTC)
Which is a "Blue" state, is it not?

Sep. 28th, 2006 08:21 pm (UTC)
HOUSTON: Hey, guys, uh... I still a bunch of refugees here. I don't mean to complain or anything, but...

AMERICA: What! WHAT! You perverted racists! You should feel HONORED to have opened your arms to all those poor people.

HOUSTON: Oh, it's not that I don't, but see...

AMERICA: Well, if it's not a problem, then shut up. All we hear from you is your racist slander about how kids from Louisianna are causing trouble in your schools and about strangers walking the streets at night. You holier-than-thou hypocrits!

HOUSTON: Oh no, don't misunderstand! I opened my heart to these people. Sure, I may jump to conclusions from time to time, but... Well, all these extra people are a bit of a handful to support, and...

AMERICA: What? WHAT!? There, you admited it, you racist scum! You just want to kick them out because they're not purist, ignorant caucasians like yourself!

HOUSTON: Actually, I'm about fourty-percent Hispanic, but that's not what I mean. It's just that, since I'm doing so much for these people on my own, I was just well... Well... Heh... Maybe... Maybe you could help me out a little bit? I mean, you all helped a lot during the first few months, but it's been a year now and all I'm hearing is about how poor of a job I'm doing. Maybe if you all chip in and...

AMERICA: Oh, don't worry, we understand completely. Here, we'll help!

HOUSTON: Really! :3 That's all I'm asking! I knew you would understand, see, I was thinking...

AMERICA: Here, have some sympathy. Okay, that's enough sympathy for today. Now stop making a fuss and do it right. Now, we have to go poor some money into New Orleans which was, obviously, the only area hit by a hurricane... Ever... Goodbye!

HOUSTON: ... :(

True story.
Sep. 28th, 2006 08:23 pm (UTC)
I believe you, 100%. That's where the "Katritians" comment came in. My mother loves to talk about just how badly Houston's been fucked up, but I figured you'd be PERFECT to tell that story. XD
Sep. 28th, 2006 08:30 pm (UTC)
I'll gladly admit that a lot of the problems we have with them are all in our heads. However, it's the fact that the rest of the nation acuses us of being racist against blacks while not lifting a finger to help us. Seriously--We're trying our best. I remember how much trouble just regular citizens, my parents included, went through to try and help the people crammed into hotel staircases.

Not to mention all those people who don't live in New Orleans. "Don't live in the city limits, but lost your house and livelyhood to the storm? Too bad. Not enough interest in you people."

And don't get me started about the people, not just in America, but across the world who sit in their comfy armchairs and go "All that over a little rain? Pfft." Why don't you come sit in that "little rain" for awhile, eh? I'll personally pay for your ticket to come and stand on the beach while the eye of a category 4 or 5 makes landfall. Oh, wait, the beach is underwater because of the 20-foot storm surge when that happens. Silly me! :3
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