Well, we're sitting in Alex's spore-filled apartment, still waiting for our dummy chauffeurs to Iowa who are friggin' hours late, or something. I thought I would just post this gem, from TBogg, on the dude who passed the recent law banning abortion in South Dakota. His name is Brock L. Greenfield, and he is a SD state senator and director of South Dakota Right to Life. I hate to pull out the "red-staters are hicks" cliche, but this guy seems to have made it his life goal to conform to the stereotype:
As for Mr. Greenfield:
Birth date: 10/05/1975
Birthplace: Watertown, SD
Home City: Clark, SD
BS, Northern State University, 1999.
Baseball Coach, City of Clark & Clark American Legion, 2002-present
Substitute Teacher, Clark School & Doland School, 2002-present
Attendant, Greenfield's Short Stop, 1992-present.
It would appear that Greenfield's Short Stop, is a convenience store.
431 1st Ave E
Not to be elitist or anything, but... if you're going to make political decisions that will profoundly affect others' lives-- the ban contains no exemption for cases of rape or incest-- shouldn't you have a little better experience than working as a gas station attendant, substitute teacher, and baseball coach? I didn't realize it was that bad in South Dakota. Truly all their talent has left for sunnier climes. I like TBogg's explanation for the SD abortion law: they're "seeking to populate a barren state."Posted by smit2174 at February 24, 2006 4:02 PM | TrackBack