If you have yet to witness the horrible display of humanity on innocent animals, I suggest you view the video above (at your own risk). For those weak at heart, in short, the above video is about some crazy bitch throwing newborn puppies into a river for fun!
I don’t think there is anymore to say than “WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU THINKING?” What kind of human beings are these people? I wonder what the girl would think if we threw her into a river as a innocent child before she grew up to be a worthless piece of shit. Yes, if you’re reading this and you are the one I am speaking of, I’ll repeat: you are a worthless piece of shit and I wish someone threw your pathetic ass into the water. For fun, of course.
I’m not buying into this whole debate that different countries euthanize their animals in different ways and this just happened to be the most HUMANE they could think of. Ghandi once said, “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” If you throw your dogs into the water, where God knows how long it took them to finally die, you probably come from a backwards shit hole of a country.
PETA has offered a bounty to arrest the people involved, and that in itself is laughable. Not only is the bounty a measly $2,000, but we are dealing with people in an overseas country and no one there will give a fuck about PETA’s little bounty. We’re talking about a country that raises little animal killers as an attempt at entertainment… they care not for PETA’s request.
What are your opinions about this? How honest can you be and what is YOUR Honest Factor?
With each inhale and exhale of the otherwise legal substance, a smoker is lowering their life expectancy by seven minutes. Now while that number may not be a lot in small numbers, it can and will add up over time. Due to the additional dangerous nature of second hand smoke, states country-wide have banned smoking in public areas such as restaurants, buses, subway trains, etc. However, where does the limitations end?
New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, is in agreement to a new notion to also ban smoking from open areas in New York City such as beaches and parks. While I agree with the laws against smoking in enclosed areas, why are smokers now being threatened in public and open areas? Central park is 843 acres in size, surely the smoke from one cigarette (or even hundreds) isn’t a harmful threat to anyone within the area. Stay upwind for Christ sake!
I just think this is ridiculous. Surely the toxic fumes from an exhaust pipe of a semi-truck is more detrimental to our environment than the cigarette of one person in open air. We need to remember that this is a LEGAL substance, and everyone has a right to smoke where they want in public areas, and within their home. What is next? Are you going to claim a parent unfit of raising their children if the home they are raising them in is not smoke-free? Are you going to mandate smokers to place a smoke sign on their door to warn those who enter it? Are you going to give people the right to turn away smokers form their establishments if their clothes smell like cigarette smoke? Are you going to ban a person from smoking in their car if their car window is open? What about a radius ban, keeping smokers a minimum of 10 feet away from establishments, children, non-smokers, pets? This is open air, flowing around constantly. What if a smoker was to take a step outside the park, would that be okay? Am I getting the point across with how asinine this notion sounds? I hope so.
What are your opinions about this? Are you a smoker or not? How honest can you be and what is your HONEST FACTOR?
Can marry, can’t marry. Can marry, can’t marry. I think our politicians in the state of California are sexually confused. Though, that’s expected when our country is ran by old school geriatric fucks with one foot in the grave. Maybe what we need is an overhaul of young politicians with a fresh outlook on everything. Then, and only then, do I see a bright light at the end of this ridiculously long tunnel where everything within it is controlled by the government.
Why should anyone, but the two people involved, feel they have the right to judge others and say what is and isn’t valid? We are in an ever-growing society, where things that were once look down upon and not spoken of are blossoming and becoming the norm. Our country cannot live on the words from a 300 year old document. There are some serious revisions that need to be discussed and implemented as soon as humanly possible.
Not only are we currently experiencing one of the biggest changes to date on our constitution, but we are watching it deal with twists and turns never expected. If you say it’s legal, Mr. Federal Judge, it’s legal! Make the change and move on. Don’t fling these poor people around on a feeble piece of thread as you determine their future when, in reality, you shouldn’t even have the right to.
These are Americans, why the fuck is it any of anyone else’s business who they sleep next to at night as long as they are paying their taxes, being law-abiding citizens and contributing positively to society? Anyone denying their right to live and love is a inbred hillbilly who doesn’t have the IQ high enough to look outside the proverbial box.
Now, while millions of people wait until the government of California take their heads out of the sand to realize society is ever-changing and requires laws to match, make sure you live, love and do it the way YOU want to. You’ll get that piece of paper one day, even if it kills the old fucks for signing it into the law. After all, this is America; complicated and drawn out is how we roll.
Now, if anyone is going to go out in style, follow the lead of Steven Slater. The 20 plus veteran flight attendant for Jet Blue had enough earlier today after dealing with a rotten customer. After getting hit on the forehead with the overhead compartment by a rude customer, he told the entire plan to “Fuck off” over the loud speaker (I’m sure that’s not in the seat back guide in front of you), grabbed a few brewskies on the house (they’re expensive anyway), slid down an emergency water slide (as if they ever get any use otherwise), and high tailed the fuck outta there.
How many times did you want to leave work like that? If you say never, you’ve either never been employed or lying. Customers just have a way of getting under the skin of those working to please them because, well, they don’t expect the person to go crazy. I believe it’s something regarding being able to treat someone like crap, and not get punched in the face in return mentality. Someone sees someone else working and automatically things they can get away with 10x more bullshit than someone off the street. I bet you’ll think again before yelling at a person in the field of customer service after this!
Does it hurt people to show a little common courtesy and respect to someone who is otherwise trying to serve you? I mean, it’s not that they WANT you to have a good experience. Let’s face it, they really don’t fucking care about you or your experience, at the end of the day they just WANT a paycheck. No one wants to hear you complain about how horrible your experience was, especially the measly worker who can’t do anything about it, nor do they care for your attitude, either. Where in anyone’s right mind do they think they can get away with treating someone like an utter piece of garbage? I want the name of that person! I bet you they have a shitty customer service job themselves.
Working with people will drive you near close to borderline insane (or, in Steven Slater’s case, literally insane). Everyone has this mentality that the customer is always right. News flash! The big corporations just want you to think that, don’t get all comfortable in your little invisible bubble. In the end, you, your opinion and your experience don’t fucking matter, deal with it and move on.
Is it so hard to be respectful to everyone, regardless if they are in the position to serve you. You’d be fucking crazy to do anything but. Especially now.
Thanks, Steven Slater, for doing something 99% of the working class dream up of doing every single day.
It would be idiotic of me to assume that people, for once, would take responsibilities for their own actions. If you haven’t heard yet, perhaps I should clue you into news regarding the unnecessary drama following clothing line Forever 21’s corporate decision to add a maternity line to their ever-growing products.
It was at the “coincidental” decision of Forever 21’s corporate office to introduce a maternity line in cities/states with a high teenage pregnancy rate. This in itself, has caused some stir with parents (well, of course… God forbid they take some personal responsibility for the fact that their own child is having a child). I do not believe the bullshit excuse that it was coincidental and, at the same time, I do not find the choice to introduce a maternity clothing line within their stores to be inappropriate. The choice to place this new brand, Love21, into cities where the teenage pregnancy rate is high is not a coincidence. It is a well thought out marketing plan, something businesses do best! However, don’t blame Love21 for your child being knocked up; blame the kid who can’t keep his dick in his pants and the bitch you brought up who has an issue keeping her legs CLOSED. Jeez people!
While I am not a shopper at Forever 21 myself, this decision wouldn’t hinder me from shopping there in the future nor hinder my decision to allow my children to shop there. It is my job as a parent to stop in and take some responsibility. There are many stores children/teenagers shop at (Macy’s, being one of them), that also sell a maternity line, when are we going to be blaming Macy’s for the fact that their infecting children and teenagers with sinful thoughts!
I’m sure many of you have shopped in a Walmart, and Walmart carries guns (BB/CO4), are they promoting that your children buy one and shoot the neighbor’s cat? I think not. Supermarkets carry beer, are they insinuating that your children should attempt to purchase them and become alcoholics? MTV hosts a show “Teen Moms,” where were these complainers when THAT garbage came out? Where is the responsibility left in some of these people!
Here’s an idea, teach your children some fucking morals and maybe we won’t need the world protecting them when you fail to raise them right. We can’t be censoring everything because you raised your child to be a dumbass- though, usually, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
That, is as HONEST as it’s going to get.
*EDIT: COMMENTS WERE DISABLED TEMPORARILY. NOW THEY ARE ENABLED!*
I just got back from a much needed Caribbean cruise. Now I don’t usually talk about things that aren’t in the fore-front of the news, but I just HAD to! I love cruising, though. There’s nothing better than being in the lap of luxury, surrounded by the soft sounds of the ocean, being waited on hand and foot, and enjoying the nice view of a fat bitch in a bikini- SAY WHAT?
You heard right! I had my cruise ruined because fat people don’t know the difference between bikini and one piece. Hello, heffer, this is a one piece, it is used to cover up all your sinful areas and hold in your dribbling fat. This, is a bikini, it is used to cover up titties and vaginas because skinny girls are required to by law. Learn the two and the value of wearing something form fitting. I just don’t get it, who in their right mind, stands in front of a mirror, weighing in at three hundred pounds in a bikini and thinks, “yeah, this is sexy. I look great!” What kind of fucking mirrors are these people looking into? I want one. Right. Now.
I partially blame bikini designers for even designing sizes above a 16 anyway, there is NO NEED- absolutely NO NEED for a size 3XL bikini. Nothing good can come from a 3XL bikini but an awesome THF blog about overweight people wearing them. I want a refund for this cruise and there needs to be a public service announcement regarding this. Forget about informing people about the dangers of smoking marijuana, we need to inform the world that the word bikini rhymes with tinie-weiny for a reason.
For all of you thinking, “well, it can’t be THAT bad.. I respect the fact that they have a high self image and the courage to wear such things,” I leave you with this last tidbit of crucial evidence. People of the Honest Factor jury, I present to you, exhibit X..X..X..X..X..L!
And that’s the stuff nightmares are made out of. ENJOY!
With recent news stirring regarding remarks made by Gen. Stanley McChrystal, I just had to get my hands in on the drama. It’s safe to say that President Obama isn’t too happy with the blunt honesty of the General, but what exactly is our President looking for? Mindless working drones? Everyone has an opinion and while the opinion’s of people in a place of power should sometimes been diluted, it shouldn’t be punishable.
May I remind you, Mr. President, that this is not Communism and you are not Kim Jong-Il. There are going to be people who have negative opinions regarding how you and your administration are conducting things within our country and you are just going to have to grin and bare it– much like George “Dubya” did (maybe ignorance is bliss?). In no way do I feel that you need to stamp your feet like a two year old with a tantrum because someone you appointed showed a tad bit of disrespect and lack of professionalism. While he may have willingly placed his proverbial foot in his mouth, perhaps we should take into account of how well he’s doing the job he was appointed for. Let’s face it, he wasn’t hired as a PR representative and the majority of his time is probably spent figuring out military strategies – we aren’t talking about Mr. Rogers here.
Have we forgotten we have a bigger problem than some “greasy” general (pun intended)? President Obama needs to figure out ways to stop the oil spill he has so quickly forgotten and ignore the opinions of others. The Honest Factor asks you to get your priorities straight, Mr. President!
What is your opinions about this? How honest can you be and what is your HONEST FACTOR?