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Old 5 Hours Ago   #9106
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I was 15 years old when I first rode the Greyhound and I was alone.
East Texas a black woman that was expecting was told to sit in the back of the bus.
The only seats available were taken up by some jerk that wouldn't get up to let her sit next to him.
The bus driver was telling no yelling at her to sit down but she had no place to sit because this guy took up three seats.
In all my 15 year old idiotic stupid glory I got up and threatened to kick the guys butt if he didn't get up to let her sit down.
The bluff worked 'if it was a bluff, and she got a place to sit.
I am not a violent person but I refuse to see people or animals treated wrongly.
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I ate half of it and was stuffed.
Meat cheese and onion enchiladas with refried beans and tortilla chips.
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That looks wonderful, Worth. I had a hot dog and sauerkraut at Costco. With a drink, $1.60. But I knew I wouldn't feel like cooking when I got home and got the groceries put away. Cheap, tasty, but yours looks so much better.
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That looks wonderful, Worth. I had a hot dog and sauerkraut at Costco. With a drink, $1.60. But I knew I wouldn't feel like cooking when I got home and got the groceries put away. Cheap, tasty, but yours looks so much better.
Thanks.
It was all I could do to wash a few dishes and do this due to the heat.
I made three burritos for lunch tomorrow out of the left over meat beans onion and cheese and put the enchiladas in the reefer for supper tomorrow.
I hate this time of year.
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No AC, Worth? I could not live in Texas without it. Namby pamby northerner here. I hope you get some relief soon.
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