2.) Forgive and forget...I think.
3.) I remember when...
4.) Write about something that bothered you this week.
5.) Write a poem about a favorite color.
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I’m not much of a poet, I have a tendency to hold a grudge, to much has bothered me but I’v already written about that this week, so I guess I’ll go with the last time I laughed really hard. This is rough. The last time I laughed really hard….hummm? I laugh pretty hard all the time. I’m a funny person (and modest), funny people surround me, I watch funny stuff so I laugh a lot. I love to laugh, who doesn’t. So I’ll just post two things that made me laugh a lot this week. First two photos of the Christmas cards I found. Please don’t think I hate Christmas, I love Christmas. But I’m over the whole “Warm wishes to you and your family on this joyous holiday” card crap. I like off beat things. Here are my 3 favorite I'm really leaning towards #
Everyone always ask me what I'm going to do when I'm standing outside the pearly gates, My response "Hope he's got a sense of humor."
Next is a story on our newspaper web site. This happen last week but the updated story ran today. I love stupid criminals! I highlighted the funny parts! I'm so helpful
The man who police allege vowed to file a complaint after attempting a bank robbery is a former police officer who spent five years in prison for hijacking a UPS driver. Joseph Goetz, 48, of the 1200 block of Crescent Drive in Windsor Township was sentenced to five years in prison in 1997 and lost his job as a Baltimore County Police officer after pleading guilty to two counts of robbery with a deadly weapon and using a handgun in a crime of violence, according to court records. Goetz, who said he thought UPS driver William Yohn was having an affair with his estranged wife, tied Yohn up, put on his brown UPS shirt and drove off with Yohn in the back of the truck, according to court records. Yohn escaped by jumping through the passenger door with his hands tied behind his back. Goetz was arrested Thursday in connection with the attempted robbery of the Susquehanna Bank in the 2500 block of Eastern Boulevard in Springettsbury Township. He demanded money from three tellers, who were waiting for their cash drawers to be filled, Springettsbury Township Police Lt. Scott Laird said. After the first teller screamed and fainted, Goetz demanded the money from a second and third teller, who told him they didn't have any and showed him empty drawers, Laird said. An irritated Goetz then left the bank empty-handed after saying he would file a complaint, police said.Police arrested Goetz less than a half-mile from the bank with the help of a customer at the drive-through window who followed Goetz's vehicle and called 911, Laird said. Goetz was released Saturday from York County Prison after posting $25,000 bail on a criminal attempt to commit robbery charge. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 26. When he was in custody, Goetz told Springettsbury police officers that he was a former cop who served time in prison, Laird said. He told officers he thought his estranged wife was having an affair with an UPS driver but ended up hijacking the wrong truck with the wrong driver, according to Laird, who said his officers confirmed the story with Baltimore County police. At his trial in Maryland, Goetz's psychiatrist testified that allergy medication might have caused a psychotic episode that lead Goetz to hijack the truck at gunpoint near the Timonium Shopping Center. Dr. Dennis Kutzer testified that Goetz suffered from a personality disorder, according to court records. Goetz initially pleaded insanity to the charges before agreeing to a plea bargain, according to court records. At sentencing, Goetz asked for leniency, saying he had "no idea" why he committed the crime. He also said he was upset by a long separation with his wife and noted the hijacking occurred on the estranged couple's then-18th anniversary.
Wow what a crap ass criminal!