Last night Ricky went to his first shareholders meeting for his new apartment. They touched on some very important topics, the most pressing being how to handle those gosh-darn tranny prostitues that insist on disrupting the neighborhood! Over the past few months rumos of these tranny prostitutes had been seeping through the grapevine to Ricky and me, but now they have been confirmed. And frankly I’m pretty excited about it.
Just today in a coffee shop around the corner from the apartment I was invovled in a conversation between two employees and a customer about the T.P.’s. “I never realized how crazy they are. The police station is right down the street and the just don’t care,” exclaimed the employee. “Just wait until the summer,” said the customer “they will be out on the street yelling at each other at 4a.m.”
Ricky pointed out that the other shareholders see the vivacious streetwalker’s presence as a quality of life issue. Naturally, where there are prostitues there are pimps and where there are prostitues and pimps, there are probably drugs. But to this I say “REALLY?!?!?” I don’t see “quality of life” being an issue in the west village anytime in the near or distant future. And frankly I think the west village could use a little edge.
Are they really threatening anyone’s existance? I’m pretty sure they aren’t hanging around the elementary schools trying to turn your children gay. No, they are after men with money. Not to mention, they’re probably just hanging out close to their clientele. So unless those buying the tranny prostitues plan on moving out of the west village I don’t see why the trannies themselves should have to leave. Every should have the right to walk to work.
I’m watching John Adams on HBO right now. It made me wonder how many generations passed before the English accent was entirely lost in America. I tried to find the answer, but had some trouble. If there are any U.S. history buffs out there that could satisfy my curiosity that would be much appreciated.
Tonight I went through my old laptop to clean out some files I don’t need anymore. I tried moving the contents of my iphoto library to an external drive, but in doing so I am being told that the files are unreadable. Every photo is listed as 0 pixels by 0 pixels. I can’t copy them, move them, burn them or view them in the “edit” section. I can select them, but that’s about it. I guess this means that once this computer dies all my photos will be gone. Literally every photo of every person who was ever in my life from 2003 to 2008 will cease to exist. This is pretty sad. There were a bunch of important people between those years.
If anyone can help me, or tell me why this happened I would really appreciate it.