How strange that a blog named Slabbed has not yet commented on the number of Slabs created by tornadoes this year

I’ll be honest folks and simply say it is Angela’s fault (not our good friend Angela Russell at the State Farm Sucks Network but the other one). You see, there is one thing post Katrina that rubs me wrong to this day: Deluded morons that think they live in a place called “risk free” that also have the gall to tell others where they should live in the aftermath of the latest natural disaster du jour.  I could be wrong but I do believe the death toll from the 2011 tornadoes season now exceeds the number of souls that died on the Mississippi Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005.

But these are negative feelings and despite my desire to again excoriate Angela from Kansas City I’m heeding the better angels of my nature. There will be a post but it won’t excoriate less than sentient beings that had fooled themselves into thinking natural disasters only impact the other fella (that should not be living ________________ (fill in the blank) to begin with).

I’m glad I got that off my chest. Stay tuned.

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From the mailbag: Stupid is as stupid does part deux. Angela Rouse of the Kansas City Star would like a word with the Slabbed Nation. A Guest Post.

A Slabbed reader comment by Angela Rouse:

I was forwarded the link to your site, specifically the one that references my name . . . “stupid is as stupid does” by a friend who felt she had hit a Google landmine.

I suppose it is easy to write stuff like that when you don’t actually have to sign a name to it.

Anyway, because my post you address is no longer accessible, I have copied it below for you to post if you choose to give your readership the benefit of actually reading what you critique with such vehemence.

And, for the record, I grew up in Louisiana, and am extremely sensitive to the travails of life there during and after Hurricane Katrina. Continue reading “From the mailbag: Stupid is as stupid does part deux. Angela Rouse of the Kansas City Star would like a word with the Slabbed Nation. A Guest Post.”