Never kiss a gift whore in the mouth.
I haven’t obtained decent rest in quite some time. My mind is cloudy thoughts with a 40% chance of brilliance. I’m in bed by 9, asleep by 10 and up by 1am. This is the time I read the news or random post on Facebook. As much as I’d like to be one comment from a coma, I’m likely to end up one comma from committed. Nights are quiet and designed for slumber and I’ve numbered sheep and a whole host of land and sea life in search of a means to sleep tight. I don’t lose sleep. It apparently is trying to shake itself free from me. It’s a fight between my body and brain that clearly must end.
That which is above the songs of sparrows, beneath the valley floor or behind a strangers smile, is not of my concern…
As long as there is you.
“Since October 1, students at John Jay High School and Anson Jones Middle School in San Antonio, Texas, have been asked to attend class with photo ID cards equipped with radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips to track every pupil’s location. Educators insist that the endeavor is being rolled out in Texas to stem the rampant truancy devastating the school’s funding. If the program is judged successful, the RFID chips could soon come to 112 schools in all and affect nearly 100,000 students………..”
Police: Hug triggers officer’s gun, kills woman
DETROIT — Detroit police say a woman was fatally shot when she hugged an off-duty police officer while dancing at a party, causing the officer’s service weapon to fire.
Police Sgt. Eren Stephens says the shooting happened at an outdoor social gathering about 12:30 a.m. Sunday.
According to Stephens, the woman “embraced the officer from behind, causing the holstered weapon to accidently discharge.”
Stephens says the Detroit officer will remain on administrative duties while authorities investigate the shooting and report their findings to the Wayne County prosecutor.
Adaisha Miller’s mother says her daughter would have turned 25 on Monday.
Yolanda McNair tells WDIV-TV that whether it was a “freak accident or mistake in judgment, it should never have happened” to her daughter.
The Associated Press