Like Son Like Father.

5 01 2018

Guest post by Puggg

I’m ready to tell what Blogmeister said we talked about a few days ago.

The job has me dealing with a lot of paperwork, and a lot of that paperwork isn’t literally on paper, it’s on a computer screen.

Within the last few days, I was looking over that day’s haul of the paperwork, and I saw a real interesting piece that really grabbed at my eye, over someone that one of my colleagues checked into the hotel.  I thought to myself, that last name looks real familiar, and that street he lives in (somewhere in St. Louis County, I won’t say what or where) looks real familiar.  Well it only took me a second or two, and I didn’t even have to go back to confirm my hunch.

It’s his father.

One of my colleagues nailed him on a DUI.

His second.

With that household, not being able to do things to keep yourself decent so that you can drive like a decent human being seems to run in the family.




3 responses

5 01 2018

Ya know, when you told me back on Tuesday, it made me happy. But the more time goes on, the less happy I am about it, mainly because the only reason it made me happy is for a reason I don’t believe in: Karma. There’s really no such thing as karma. It’s just a comforting delusion.

The other reason why I’m less happy about this as the days roll on is that it doesn’t do anything to make me any better off or improve my condition.

That and I’ve all of a sudden got more pain than I’ve had in awhile.

5 01 2018
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5 01 2018
Alright Dan

Ha, I was right when I thought someone got arrested.

It's your dime, spill it. And also...NO TROLLS ALLOWED~!

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