felt like crying but the xbi tore that out of me.
ive probably cried like twice since 1984.
1984 of course being when the cubs lost to the padres in the playoffs while they were on the precipice of getting into the world series.
the lottery is up to $215 million and every now and then i pass by the house that i last cried in and i think about winning the lottery and buying the house
and tearing it down.
and then buying the house next to it to live in and putting a big pool in the hole where the crying house once stood.
but that would be wasteful.
may as well buy more reasonably priced homes and put orphans in there.
or air bnb and give the money to orphans.
but what i really want to do is start a rehab facility like the one jeanine got cured at.
and make it an affordable one for people who arent on welfare but who are also not rich gazillionaires.
jeanine was lucky that she had been out of work for so long because she qualified for lots of assistance and government funding. when conservatives talk about how much money we give to the poor and ignore how much we allow big businesses not to pay in taxes,
they overlook the fact that many of those programs put people on the right track again.
and since we live in a world where republicans can c-block pretty much anything they want to in congress, people like me have to win the lottery all the time, which is annoying because all i want is season tickets to the cubs
and for everyone who’s sick to get better because nothing is worse than feeling miserable and wanting to cry.