Odynerus spinipes? Vespidae. See parasite note (Photo credit: gailhampshire)
My internet access is not connected to me. I’m writing this through a parasitic internet access. They’ve attached my internet access to theirs and taken it over. They’re parasites, as some mosquitoes have bees carry their young, so does this parasitic group do the same thing. So I’m warning WordPress.com to watch out. The parasites might do something to your site.
All I can say is, I’m totally sick of the twisted government people interfering in my life. Why don’t you get a life and go after real criminals? There are plenty out there who belong in jail and it should keep all of you sub-humans busy. Real people who’ve committed real crimes, instead of innocent Americans who’ve lived decent lives and now have to put up with garbage government people. Because you’re garbage, government people are garbage, there’s no way around it. You’re pieces of human waste. You’re what’s left over when good American people will no longer exist. You’re the zombies the government controls and tells what to do. You’re no better, or might even be worse, than the criminals you chase. At least criminals don’t hide behind a façade of goodness, as you do.
Take a look at yourselves? Do you like what you see in the mirror? I’m sure that when you look at yourself it’s not a human form you see. It’s probably someone who looks more like a devil, or a zombie, than a human being. Because whatever humanity you’ve had, if you’ve ever had any, you’ve lost. Now you’re empty shells of what you used to be. Empty shells of former human beings who roamed the earth.
I hope there’s such a thing like an afterlife, because I want to meet you once I’ve left this earth. I want to see what creatures like you look like. I want to see if I was right about all of you.
Now, do your job of making life miserable for decent, caring Americans. Your day will come for all of you. I certainly hope I’m around to see all of you get whatever you deserve. And go to hell!
One of my favorite blogs is “Art of Traveling.” It is written by Emile, who is from the Netherlands. He travels with his wife and two children everywhere. The last I heard they were headed to New York. I’m dying to know what they thought of New York. Did they like it? Not like it? Being from New York, I’m hoping he and his family enjoyed New York. Emile, I’m sure, will be his usual self and not say anything that will insult anybody.
I love the traveling part because I love to travel, but what I like most about Emile’s post is his humanity. It comes through in his blog. He takes his children traveling everywhere because he wants them to be world citizens. He doesn’t want them to grow up being afraid of different races. And he’s recently began to take his Spanish seriously because he wants to be able to communicate with people who speak Spanish and really know what they’re about. He not only wants his children to be world citizens, but be humane. His children are lucky to have Emile as an example of what it is to be a world citizen and humane.
If I’ve had a bad day and feel that humanity is not worth a damn, reading one of Emile’s blogs always set me on the right path of giving humanity another chance.
His photos of the places he visits are usually outstanding. He seems to be able to show exactly what being in the place he’s visiting feels like. His photos usually leave me wanting to pack my bags and take off to the place he just visited.