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Name: Lara
Gender: Female
Home country: USA
Current location: Ugh, the deep south.
Member since: Fri May 2, 2014, 07:40 PM
Number of posts: 3,421

About Me

Just a poor liberal lesbian living in the deep south. Don't expect me to be nice just because I am a liberal. I am kind of bitchy with an attitude problem.

Journal Archives

Why does Hooters have a kid's menu?

We all know what "hooters" means. Aren't they just "grooming" children? Why are heterosexual breasts ok?


Hey y'all! Quit whining and volunteer.

It's time to stop crying in your beer. On Facebook, all I see is whine, whine, whine about our losses. I'm a tired 60 year old nurse, I have a disabled wife, so I do almost all of the work around the house, I rescue animals including trapping, neutering and releasing feral cats in my neighborhood and I work almost 50 hours a week. I found the time and energy to volunteer for the Democrats in Florida.

So, get off your asses. Do more than vote. VOLUNTEER!!!

Gov. DeSantis orders flags at half-staff for Pulse Remembrance Day. OMG!

Omg, the irony of this is lost on these hypocritical fools.

Gov. Ron DeSantis has ordered flags at half-staff Sunday for Pulse Remembrance Day, honoring the 49 individuals who were murdered six years ago at an Orlando nightclub.

Pulse Remembrance Day commemorates what was at the time the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. On June 12, 2016, a shooter claiming allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq targeted members of the LGBTQ community by committing a mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, a gay-friendly club, during Pride Month.

In addition to the 49 killed, 53 were wounded, making it the deadliest incident of violence against the LGBTQ community in modern U.S. history. The proclamation calls the tragedy “one of the darkest moments in our state’s history.”

"The state of Florida will not tolerate hatred towards the LGBTQ and Hispanic community of any kind, and together we stand united against terrorism and hate of any kind,” the proclamation reads.

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