Truth Before Dishonor

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I’ll Regret This Later

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2009/09/14

I bought “Walk The Line” after having watched it multiple times on cable several months ago. I very much relate to Johnny Cash. I have never abused scrips or illegal drugs, I cannot play a guitar and I don’t have the voice. But I relate anyway.

Loving mother hopelessly overshadowed by worthless progenitor. Physical and emotional abuse. Long-term low esteem. Real social disconnect.

And “kill the baby” activists say life should be fair? Screw them! Screw all this crying about “fair”! Who on Providence’s green earth are they to decide what’s “fair” and what isn’t? And whether someone should be allowed to be born based on “fair”? They can take all their stupid, brain-dead, touchy-feely arguments and take a flying leap for all I care.

If my mother hadn’t miscarried her first pregnancy, I would never have been conceived. And, how I wished hundreds of times my mother had never miscarried. But there’s no way I’m going to let some turd say I shouldn’t have been born. So any of you turds out there reading this, get your heads out of your butts and think for a change.

2 Responses to “I’ll Regret This Later”

  1. Foxfier said

    It’s kinda like the leaders of communism….or the voluntary human extinction folks… somehow, it’s never them who’s supposed to give something up….


  2. Kurt said

    I always kinda liked what Jim Stockdale had to say about fairness (from Thoughts of a Philosophical Fighter Pilot)

    “Life is not fair. There is no moral economy of balance in the nature of things such that virtue is rewarded and vice punished. The good man hangs on and hangs in there.”



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