I'm having kinda of a crappy morning. I went to see the dermatologist to get a few spots checked on my face. I have to make an appointment for a biopsy. Yippee skippy. Fuck. Not only does the image of one of the women I work with at the high school keeps flashing through my head (she had half her cheek cut in to because of cancer) I'm going to have to stay out of the ocean for seven damn days after the biopsy. Gotdamn it!!! I picked up Pudd'n from my mom's and took him out for breakfast. He really just picked and that made me sad. He hasn't eaten at this place in a long time and he used to love eating here. So we left and I'm kinda in my own world thinking on how fun it is going to be waitressing with band aids on my face and having to stay out of the ocean. I'm stopped at the left turn lane when all of a sudden I feel the magic bus rocking? I don't know how to explain the feeling. I checked my rear view, did some one hit me??? The light turns green and I'm really in a funk now. Is there something wrong with the van mechanically? I get a phone call from Steve, we had a 5.4 earthquake. That is what I felt while sitting at the light. So far the only bright spot in my day is that the fucktard Savage has lost sponsors over his comments about children with autism. Both the Wiseass Jooette and Chickie had sent me the link. I think the Wiseass Jooette sums it up best with "I have skid marks in my underpants that are classier than that dooshbag". It gave me great pleasure to read this in the newspaper:
Autism United, the group that led a rally against Michael Savage in New York this week, said Friday that a slew of national advertisers will pull back their sponsorship of the The Michael Savage Show.
Anheuser Busch, Sears, Radio Shack, Direct Buy, Cisco and Home Depot will no longer advertise, according to Autism United. AFLAC Insurance earlier this week quit its ads.
Savage has also been dropped by the Super Talk Network, which had him on seven Mississippi radio stations; and by single stations in Cleveland and Charlottesville, Virginia.
Autism United will protest outside radio stations in San Francisco and New York on Sunday, the group announced.