Thursday, February 25, 2010

No Swear Pledge To Save California!

It's interesting how things work out.  Just as the political climate in California gets as ugly as it gets, with a tense budget mess, a clown haired governor, and a legislative body full of incompetent egos, the Assembly approved a ceremonial resolution turning the first week of March into “Cuss Free Week.”  Just in time for my birthday.

The resolution honors McKay Hatch, 16 years old, who started a no cussing club at his South Pasadena junior high school nearly three years ago.

Without question, proper language makes for better all around conversation, writing, entertainment and reading, so it won't be a difficult strategy to take permanently in my personal endeavors, I still think California has a heck of a lot to swear about.  Anyway - from an ideological perspective, it still is strange how law makers can agree on an idea from a middle-schooler yet not agree on a budget plan that has troubled California for too long that will actually help the state get through some of the larger pressing issues.

Leave comments on some suggestions for how to get through future posts without using profanity.  Please.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You're a f^#%ing moron. Done.