Movin’ out


By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist
Times were different then and my dad handled things differently.  I mentioned I wasn’t going to Vietnam that I would go the Canada first.  I was a senior in college. He said nothing, got up, knocked me out of my chair in front of a friend no less and proceeded to beat the living crap out of me. 
That is my story and I’m sticking to it because it’s the truth, the whole truth and nutting but the truth.

Two men were having coffee, when one of them said: Last night, my son just walked into the living room and said, “Dad, cancel my allowance immediately, rent my room out, throw all my clothes out of the window, take my TV, stereo, iPhone, iPod, and my laptop. Please give my jewelry to the Salvation Army or Goodwill. Then sell my car. Take my front door key away from me and throw me out of the house. Then disown me and never talk to me again. And don’t forget to write me out of your will and leave my share to my brother.”

The other man said:” Wow, he really said that?”

“Well, he didn’t put it quite that way. He actually said…’Dad, I’ve decided to work for Obama’s re-election campaign.’

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One response to “Movin’ out

  1. I sure miss the good old days don’t you. Socialism is the new career choice of some. I guess they will have to suffer with it to learn that working is the only way to get ahead. I really dislike all this redistribution of working peoples money. We don’t work to give it away to lazy ass people who won’t. In no way will this ever work or make sense.

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