blue boat getting away?

in the news

in the Spirit of in the news, a commercial length blurb recap of the news aimed at children from the70’s and 80’s, here is a recap of a couple of crazy stories i saw in the news. read on to find what nutella does to a young mind and and about people.who suffer with a serious infliction.

nutella is precious, too precious. careful with the costco sample tables. a 24 year old man got arrested…for assault… against a 78 year old man…in a scuffle over the last waffle and nutella sample. the elder man ended up with a gash over his eye. i guess they’re a little bit more brutal at that costco than i have ever seen.

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a mom found it strange when her left-handed son came home, working on a project with his right hand. mom asked the son why he was writing right-handed. the son said the teach told her to.

the mom inquired with the teacher why she trying to change the primary hand of the little boy. the teacher sent home an antiquated article stating such things as left-handedness as “unlucky,” “evil,” and “sinister.” and, “for example, the devil is often portrayed as left-handed.”

the mom reported it to the superintendent, but there will likely be no suspension for any kind for the teacher. mom plans to move his son to another class. the state education board is investigating. crazy.

[full disclosure: i’m a southpaw. origin: in the 1800’s, in baseball, the batters would face east. that would put the left arm on the south side. left-handlers got nicknamed southpaw.]

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About bipolarsojourner

i have struggled with episodic depression for years. i then received a diagnosis of being bipolar, only to find out i didn’t. ends up my psychiatrist really meant to say that multiple bouts of depression are often best treated like bipolar. i had already started this blog as bipolar sojourner and didn't want to switch it over. i am documenting my journeys through my depression jungle.

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