What's that they used to sing on Hee Haw?
I'm not one to go around spreading rumors,
Really we're just not the gossipin' kind,
You'll never hear one of us repeatin' gossip
So you better be sure and listen close, the first time.
Not the the real Hee Haw girls, but close:
So listen up.
Hundreds of people visitied this site yesterday looking for information about Troy King and his impending (?) resignation. I will have a lot to say about him, if the news I heard is true, but until then, it won't be repeated on this blog. But...you can read it here, at Pam's House Blend and follow the links to learn more.
But if, and I stress if, it is true, and Troy King had a one on one with the King of Troy (Homecoming King), is it not life imitating art? Sort of? King and King? I mean, remember this?
King and King is a children's book about a prince whose mother insist he marry, and even though he tells her that he never really cared about princesses, she parades princess after princess before him, but he falls for the brother of one, another prince, and they become King and King. My kind of Fairy Tale.
Meanwhile, is Troy King going down? Oh bad choice of words. But will he resign. He's on the downlow right now, oops, bad choice again, but no where to be seen. He really needs to address the issue. Come on MSM, do your job.
The Montgomery Advertiser and the Mobile Press Register have the story. Will they publish?
Speaking of publishing, what about this story. A gay man in Michigan is suing two Bible publishers because Biblical references have made him an outcast from his family and have contributed to physical discomfort, "demoralization, chaos and bewilderment."
The lawsuits also blames the publishers for causing "me or anyone who is a homosexual to endure verbal abuse, discrimination, episodes of hate, and physical violence ... including murder."
Asking for $60 million from one publisher and $10 million from the other.
Sounds like this should be a class action lawsuit if you ask me.
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