Friday, June 01, 2012
I honestly do not know what is wrong with you Negroes. You have been living around certain folks for too long. This is the second horrific case of zombie type behavior in the last few days, and this one is even more horrific than the other. WTF? You kill and eat your roommate? Hey, I have had some bad roommates in my day, but I never wanted to kill and eat the mother &^%$#r.
"The alleged killer admitted to chopping up his roommate with a knife and eating his heart and part of his brain in Joppa, Md., about 17 miles northeast of Baltimore. According to arresting documents, police found two metal tins containing a human head and hands in the basement of Kinyua's home.
The remains are believed to be those of Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, a Ghanian immigrant who had been living with Kinyua for about six months and was reported missing last week..."
Lord have mercy! You send your poor child off to America and he ends up in some sickos stomach?
I really do hope this is not a trend. I am already seriously considering vegetarian lifestyle. It's bad enough that some of you Americans are eating your pets, but now you re eating your roommates as well. We live in sick times my friends. Truly sick times.
Speaking of sick times, Bubba is joining Cory Booker in defending Flipper and his Bain record and telling his Oness and his peeps to leave him alone. Hmmm, Bubba always has something up his sleeve; I wonder what motivated his latest rant?
And before you wingnuts have multiple orgasms about this latest shot at O, just remember that in the same rant he predicted that O would win the general election by five or six points.
Anyway, It doesn't matter who wins in 2012, I am sure that we can look for Hillary to make a comeback in 2016. Bubba might want to save his political smarts for her campaign. I am sure that he wouldn't mind living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue again.
Finally, I am looking forward to speaking at Blogging While Brown tomorrow. I stopped by today and there was a full house. It seemed well organized and informative, and I enjoyed meeting some of my fellow bloggers face to face.
Welcome to Philly everyone.