Jacquel Rassenworth on Debbie Roberts

Talk about a double tragedy!

As I’m surfing the net looking for memes to share with you, I get the news that Debbie Roberts had just died. This makes me very sad, as I’m still in the process of dealing with the death of Carrie Fisher.

Right now, I’m crying for that family, as they now must plan for two funerals.

This is so unfair! What have we done to deserve all these celebrities deaths?

On the other hand, at least Carrie gets to see her mother again in heaven, which is a good thing. But as for the rest of us, all we have are their movies to watch.

Plus, let’s save Betty White from 2016; we don’t need any more celebrity deaths!

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Jacquel Rassenworth on Carrie Fisher

I can’t believe it. All I want is to get through the rest of 2016 without any problems and suddenly, I hear that Carrie Fisher has gone to a side of the Force where I can’t follow. 
This is so unfair!

Why couldn’t 2016 have claimed Donald Trump instead of Princess Leia? What have we done to deserve the death of yet ANOTHER celebrity? 

Yeah. 

I hate 2016. (I’ve said it enough times already and I’ll say it again. I hate 2016!)

Jacquel Rassenworth on George Michael 

Once again, I hate you, 2016!

As I’m enjoying my Christmas vacation, Shara sends me a text message saying that George Michael has died. I’m literally crying on the inside because now the family is playing music by WHAM, which George was a part of during the 1980s. Plus, dad is planning an Eli Stone marathon tomorrow. 

I hate you, 2016! Why can’t you kill Donald Trump instead and end the Trump regime before it begins?

Jacquel Rassenworth on John Glenn

You know what? SCREW YOU, 2016!!!

Just as I was writing my post about john Lennon, one of my roommates told me that John Glenn has just died. I can’t believe it. This year has been full of sads resulting from the deaths of celebrities we like, and now another one is added to the list.

John Glenn is gone. I hope he finds peace in outer space, because there’s nothing but crap here on this earth.

Jacquel Rassenworth on John Lennon

Wow. I still can’t believe that it’s been 36 years since he was shot to death in New York. And to tell you the truth, I still can’t understand why someone would want to shoot him. Whtt did he do that was so morally wrong that it meant he had to die?

All he wanted was a world full of peace, but someone just HAD to mess it all up! It’s not fair!

Excuse me while I play the song Imagine.

Jacquel Rassenworth on the 75th Anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack

As we all know, today is the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks. And to be perfectly honest, I’m still shocked that people are still choosing to remember this day while issues like LGBT rights, police hate, and racism dominate the headlines. Plus, there’s the matter about that parasite Donald Trump taking over (please don’t leave us, Mr. Obama!) and the multitude of deaths that I still have to get over.

And I’m sure that Uncle Fargo will tell the story about how he was there when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and how he reacted to it. I mean, we already had enough problems with Hitler and his Nazism, so why would we want to deal with a war with Japan?

Sometimes, I just don’t understand humanity.

Anyway, on this day, I’m sure that in some alternate timeline, Japan attacks the United States and kills more than just 3,000 people. If more people (like say 5 million) were killed, it would make a better story. (But that’s no fun to talk about!)