Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Get The $#!%#@! Out Of Here!

Get The $#!%#@! Out Of Here!

Starting today we are going to go through the annual circle jerk that came from Pasadena. That is a group that finds cussing so offensive that they decided to take action against it. This is the stuff that I'm curious as to why we waste our time on. I'm seriously not sure what the fuck is wrong with society.

No Cussing Week to be made offical because we have nothing better to do

LOS ANGELES – Pay no attention to that eerie silence in the nation's most populous county this week; it will simply be the sound of 10 million people not cussing.

At least that's the result McKay Hatch is hoping for once his campaign to clear the air is recognized by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

On Tuesday, the board is scheduled to issue a proclamation by Supervisor Michael Antonovich making the first week in March No Cussing Week.

That would mean no blue language from the Mojave desert, where it gets hot as $&# in the summer, to the Pacific Ocean, where on a winter's day it can get colder and nastier than %$#!

Not that 15-year-old Hatch expects complete compliance. When his No Cussing Club meets at South Pasadena High School on Wednesdays it's not unusual for a nonmember to throw open the door and fire off a torrent of four-letter words. He's also been the target of organized harassment by pro-cussers.

And Antonovich's county motion carries no penalties.

"But it's a good reminder for all of us, not just young people but everybody, to be respectful to one another and watch the words we use," said the supervisor's spokesman, Tony Bell.

Yeah, I hate it when people aren't respectful of my freedom of speech.Such as this little piece of my freedom of speech straight to McKay

"Next year I want to try to get California to have a cuss-free week. And then, who knows, maybe worldwide," said the 10th grader, who believes if people treat each other with more civility they can better work together to solve bigger problems.
Seriously? California has enough problems. A higher sales tax is enough to negate this stupid campaign by making us all say "Fuck!"

With all the issue we are dealing with I'm really bothered that the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors are spending the time on this. I busted my tire on a pothole the other day because the County Board decided it wasn't worth it to fill it in. Is this what we're pissing the valued time of the county board members on? FUCK!

Tool bag 1 and Tool bag Jr. I'm sure they're making a mint off this.

And lets call a spade a spade. McKay Hatch didn't come up with it. His father, who is a motivational speaker, did. And he's using it to make a profit by tagging along his books. What a wonderful promotional tool for such a tool.

It's a wonder that at age 15, he's still being his dads puppet. By that age most kids are entering their rebellious stage. I suppose having his son neutered so badly with years of this "campaign" it just shows that he's going to be nothing more than someone else's toy to manipulate.

He got an award for this shit? Seriously?!

Is vulgarity something so evil that you have to 'abstain' from it for a week? As if it's some sort of evil like smoking or doing drugs. It's, if anything, a way to express yourself. Your excitement. Your dislike or your disdain for society. Here's something McKay should be saying; FUCK YOU, AIG!

Instead of being worried about the future, young McKay here (which is a terribly pussy name) is worried about cussing. Fuck the fact that AIG just screwed the economy over some more and little McKay here is going to have to pay for it throughout his years growing up. Maybe that should be the major issue that should be center stage here and not if some plumber drops the F bomb when he hits his hand with a wrench.

See this little girl? She's a million miles ahead of McKay in terms of knowing what to fight for.

You may be thinking to yourself that this is a great example to other kids. Fighting for what they believe in. The problem is that this isn't Utah and I'm sure even those marriage crazed Utah folks would still manage to curse plenty. Imagine having more than one wife.. yeah, you'll be cussing like a sailor. The lesson he should show is that your cause has to be worth fighting for.

Is stopping others from using a simple word or phrase going to make this world any better of a place? No. Sorry, FUCK no. It's not. Just because I call someone a douche bag doesn't mean I'm showing him any less respect. If anything, I'm pointing out that he is a douche bag and thus, he can change his ways and stop being such a douche. Now that's awareness on a situation!

How about "Don't show off your midriff when you're god damn 9 years old"?

The piece also shows that McKay is getting a lot of hate. Way to go, dad. Sell your books on the back of your kids childhood. I'm all for getting your kids active. Take them to help out with cleaning the beach with heal the bay or help out at a homeless shelter. But to paint a huge target on their back is just as bad as how the Olsen twins were sold up the river to a life of drugs and high celebrity limelight. Oh, don't confuse me. McKay is no celebrity. No matter how hard he tries to make it a cuss free week for the entire U.S., it's a hopeless cause.

I really do hate these causes though. They offer nothing productive to the grand scheme of things and while they may be feel good actions taken by the boards of whatever elected jackasses, it does nothing for the community. Will this cause people to stop killing each other? No. At best they'll not yell "FUCK YOU" as they shoot one another. People will still get robbed and the lack of curse words wont help any of that.

I'm sure you can find this in the 99 cent store.

Especially noneffective because this has no repercussion. There will be no cash collected from anyone breaking this lame ass law. The city will not benefit in their pocket books. You wont be ticketed extra if you yell SHIT when you're getting ticketed for an expired meter. There will be no swear jar that will go towards the huge debt California is in. At best you'll gain "self-awareness.... which is a whole lot of nothing. McKay hopes that maybe you'll keep up with it. You know what, McKay, if you can't deal with people saying "bad" words, then tough shit, kid. That's life. Deal with it.

Fuck it. I'm done with this stupid topic and FUCK YOU, McKay.

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