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Let’s All Help Him Out

It’s known that the first five years of your life determine who you’ll probably become, and Dylan Lipton-Lesser of Chesterfield County, Virginia has already gone through a lifetime of physical hell in his first five years of life.

However, on the bright side, Dylan has been surrounded by very supportive people who want to see him go as far as he can.

This little dude is a fighter.

He attended his first day of school this week-after 22 brain surgeries!

Dylan was born almost three months early.

He had hydrocephalus, bleeding in his brain, and infections.

His mother, India, declares her son’s progress to be a miracle.  However, she should be credited for all of her hard work in preparing Dylan for school.  After all, parents help their children make it or fall.  That’s because this is the hypocritical United States of America, the land of “opportunity”-but only if they like you and take the time to understand your situation.

Dylan is pictured in the article with a smile and his little rolling yellow friend.  He looks like he’s happy, which is absolutely fantastic.  That indicates the beginning of a positive life outcome. The entire family has to keep his streak going.  The neighborhood in which he lives must assist the family.  After all, it takes a village.

When who deals with a developmental disability has a support network,the chances of that child’s success improve immensely.   Members of the support network believe in and foster abilities while they help conquer difficulties.

This is a big improvement compared to times past, back in times past when parents had to fight schools and school districts to give their children access to a public education.

We can thank liberals for defending the developmentally disabled.

Dylan has already exceeded expectations-just by surviving.  That being stated, he has already beaten the devil-at five.

Let’s all help Dylan make it.  Give him the same shot that you would anyone else.  Flatten anyone who makes fun of him.  Help him do well in school.  Make him a star in life so that he can be an example to others.

This kid’s gonna make it, man.

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Thinking of the Birthday Girl




I’m thinking of her again.

She’s the birthday girl in a couple of days, and she brought me back to reality when my Chrysler was slammed two weeks ago.

She makes me smile, she makes me laugh, she makes me want to be a better person. She’s also in California right now, not too far from where I used to work.
She fears Trump, but I hate the bastard too much to fear him, so I’ll protect her.

Let’s just say that she was born after I graduated high school-long after I graduated high school, actually.  She was born the year President Clinton ran for re-election.  Me?  I was born the year the Beatles broke up and the year Black Sabbath’s debut album was released.

She has good reason to fear the bastard, racist prick that he is.  However, I’m going to protect this woman because she’s the greatest eternity in my life.  We met at my niece’s birthday party and I learned nearly a year later that she was interested in me.

I was as blown away as an asteroid hit by another asteroid when I found out, and the more we corresponded, the more we grew to like each other.  What I love about her is she’s a girly girl; a reluctant princess.  However, there’s a quiet strength about her, as short as she is.

A man is lucky when he finds a woman who knows all of his imperfections and still wants him.  The irony is that she gives him a reason to behave in public.  The greater irony is that women like men who start out as unmolded clay.  Women claim they want us to be refined, but the truth is that they don’t want us refined and 100% mannerly because that makes us predictable and destroys their nesting instinct.

I can see myself raising a family with her-and I really hope that I do.  She’s going to be a fantastic mother, as she has the perfect heart for it.  Family is very important to her, as it is to me.

I actually miss sitting and eating dinner, believe it or not.

No, this is not a recorded message and it’s not bullcrap.  I’m completely serious.  This woman is the best thing that’s ever happened to me, and I hope what I think is going to happen actually happens.