my dearest aunt debbie,
please don't clog my inbox with pictures of your fetus. there's nothing cute about seeing your unborn child's brain and bones. i can barely even tell it's human. it could be a squid for all i know.
and you sent me pictures of it proving it's a boy. you sent me pictures of your baby squid's penis.
i woke up today to ultrasounds of a baby penis. it was... vomitastic!
thanks for making me lose my appetite!
<3 your ever loving neice
dear fucktard in the nissan titan,
you've cemented my faith that all bush supporters are idiots. maybe if you moved your bush cheney sticker out of the middle of your back window, you would have seen me and not cut me off.
i hope your tire shreds when you're going 80 down roswell road.
<3 the barely unflattened milkcarton.
my voter registration card came in today!
...only in georgia would you have to vote in a fucking church.
Turn your aunt over to the police. She is distributing child porn through the internet. I bet no relative will ever send you a fetus/baby/toddler/teenage picture again.
If you don't want to vote at a church, make use of advance voting this week. It is inconvient is you're in the DeKalb part of the perimeter area since you'd have to vote in Decatur but it would be in a government building. If you happen to be on the Fulton side of the line, you can vote at 7741 Roswell Road. The complete list is at http://www.sos.state.ga.us/elections/elections/voter_information/advance_voting_locations.PDF
Our voting takes place in a church too. Free Methodist, whatever that is. Before that on Lower Queen Anne it was at an Episcopalian church (Church of England). I'd feel my Celtic ancestors rotating in their graves every time I went in that place.
Churches and schools are about the only places that have enough room, parking, already have tables, etc.
It's usually just in the church basement- you don't go in the part with the altar and no one hits you up to "let Jesus into your heart". Usually the people running the pools are little old ladies from the League of Women Voters, at least around here.
Even my local SCA group has their social get-togethers in a church. The rector was just kind enough to let them (us?) use it.