@ThomasWic Her eyes are soulless. Not really flat affect, but her eyes just don't have any light. A very angry person. With greasy hair.
That reminded me of going to a zoo in Miami in about 1969.
They had a camel that they allowed to stick its giant head and neck out of its enclosure, into the crowd.
It was like the swinging boom of a crane.
I was only six, but I thought the zoo was insane. The camel was sniffing little kids like it wanted to eat them.
My father asked if I wanted to say hello to the camel.
I wanted to drop napalm on it.
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LA zoo 1988 before the chimpanzee exhibit was enclosed. Me and the gf were right up to the fence. A guy to our left has a bag of doritos and is taunting one chimp in particular. I grabbed my girl and we moved about 10' from the guy. After 3 times seeing this guy waving a chip and then eating it the chimp stealthily put it's right hand be hind him. Let's just say everyone was splattered except myself and my Devil Bitch.
I have mentioned something similar recently.
Trump always flushes them out in the open so that the world can see them prancing around showing their red bulbous baboon butts and despise them. Just like the poo throwing baboons at the zoo.
Baboons think that everyone loves to look at their gross bottoms, but their bottoms are only looked upon favorably by other baboons.
I used to teach drawing classes where...
I would walk around with children carrying sketch books and drawing pencils.
It was fun, but one thing I noticed, hanging out in the primate section was that monkeys are fun to watch because they do some similar things to people.
They goof off, do calisthenics, peel their own bananas, rough house with each other, and other things like that...
but when they start slinging their poo, the crowd disperses and won’t go back.
Sorry Thomas, but inquiring minds want to know...
Despite their strong association with the Middle East and Africa, camels actually originated in North America some 45 million years ago. Between 3 and 5 million years ago, they crossed the Bering land bridge to Eurasia and eventually migrated south.
Nicolle Devenish Wallace was fired from The View. She divorced her husband, an ambassador to the UN, and was dating (probably while still married) a NYT reporter who was on her show quite frequently. Her ex-husband, the ambassador, founded the organization: United Against Nuclear Iran. Just these little tidbits speak volumes about this beast of a "woman," in my opinion.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.