What a Blessing
I was getting out of my car and walking towards an apartment complex when I spotted a crazy woman walking down the middle of the street. She was walking quickly and talking to herself. Then, she saw me and launched into a verbal tirade:
"YOU killed my son you motherfu**er!!! Twenty one years old and you killed him. Fu** you policeman. CPS took my kids away and you shot my boy. That's right, I know you done it and I hope you die!!! (She was furious; pointing her finger at me, waving her arms and snarling like a rabid dog.)
I looked at her but kept walking careful not to provoke her by responding. Then in a frustrated voice she added, "Goddamn police. God Bless you. The Lord says I've gotta save you too so God bless and be safe, Motherfu**er."
Awhile ago I went to an apartment that was flooded and the manager refused to fix the plumbing. I arrived and found a hispanic family sitting in chairs outside their apartment. The man and woman didn't speak English so one of the neighborhood kids came over to translate. Just as I was getting the story from the mother, she lifts her shirt exposing both breasts and a large flabby belly. She picks up a baby and begins to breastfeed him. I'm not sure why her other breast needed to be exposed but she eventually pulled down one side of her shirt so just the nursing breast was showing. The baby finished nursing and was returned to the ground. Mom, however didn't bother pulling her shirt down so I was forced to take the report with one flatty boob hanging out. The whole time this was happening, her husband sat a few feet away and never said a word or tried to cover her up. There were several adults and children walking around; none of which seemed concerned about the flashing. I'm all for nursing in public but is it too much to ask to put those things away when not in use?
I enrolled in a two-day lockpicking class in December and am eager to attend. I've always thought it would be cool to be able to pick locks like in the movies and now I'll have a chance to learn. TIf only this class took place a few weeks ago before I had to break into my car after locking my keys inside while hiking.