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If you missed it, it’s that time again – Time to take a deep breath. This was a long week. I spent most of it going over old school posts before you guys had a chance to start going through it. The short version: I’m still the same old asshole and I’m sure I’m still going to fuck you up. As well as continue to make the “best fucking story ever” list.
To this, I have to add: I am sorry, but your story isn’t on the list. I read everything and every single line was my own.
Which brings me about my “worst story ever” article! I will be honest with you, it was an absolute bummer.
Anyway, I know that it’s not good to keep your ass to yourself, so I went through and picked out every single line of your story. I wanted to have a good laugh at every single moment, but it wasn’t meant to be all about me, so don’t get your hopes up for “the next best thing” story. I’m so sorry!
A/N: I’ll probably try to put it together for you guys next week. I think you’ll like it anyways.
AUSTIN, Texas – Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry will join a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers Thursday to introduce a bill that would repeal a Texas law that prohibits doctors from using a parent’s life-sustaining treatment even in the event that a child was born with a debilitating but treatable illness.
Peyton County District Attorney Nico LaHood, a Republican, said the legislation introduced by Perry, a Republican, on Wednesday was a long shot but one that will “definitely be introduced to the House next week.”
“This is a very, very bad law and we are very concerned about the impact it’s having on the state of Texas,” LaHood said. He added that while Perry’s bill will only deal with that area, it is a “good first step” to repeal the law.
The Texas Patient Protection Act, authored by the Republican-led legislature, limits
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