Life in L.A. is Tough Sh*t
July 25, 2006 02:39 PM
The next time I hear someone complain about life in Cincinnati, I am going to point them to life in L.A., as described by fellow conservative blogger Moxie, and Andrew Breitbart, formerly of the Drudge Report, and now with Breitbart.com.
Moxie describes her trip to the grocery store in the 100 degree heat over the weekend, and her discovery, upon returning to her car, that it had been smeared with human homeless feces and the L.A. Times. As she explains,
There is always a piece of foam falling off the space shuttle, they should just use human shit from homeless intellectuals. Because even after 10 minutes with the high pressure water spray, scrubbing foamy brush, high pressure soap – it was baked on.
Apparently, this is not an isolated incident in L.A., because Andy Breitbart had almost the exact same thing happen to him, except in his case, he witnessed--along with his wife and kids--the "homeless diarrhea volcano man." He used the occassion to explain to his kids why exactly he supports the death penalty.
Indeed. At NBS, we call that a parenting moment.