Sh*t happens

And this is a good thing. It is a normal bodily function that eliminates toxins and wastes in the body. The problem is when this normal bodily function malfunctions and we experience too much or none at all. Diarrhea and constipation can be life threatening.

We generally don’t think too much about what causes these problem until it becomes a problem. We are careful and try to avoid those situations we know will be a problem, like don’t drink the water in certain places which will give you a real run for your money or certain medications like Vicodin that will get rid of one kind of  pain  and cause a whole other pain in the rear.

Why am I bringing this up? Just to show I guess that avoiding situations we know are going to cause problems is always the best solution. We can’t always know what is going to trigger the trots or shut the whole process down completely. Food poisoning is one of those things we can’t know ahead of time and would avoid if we could.

And sometimes we know just more fiber or water will cure what is ailing us and then the good thing we want to happen, happens.  And we are happy campers again.

So, the moral of this story I guess is, consider the source of this infamous saying, sh*t happens. And if the source is someone trying to tell us their sh*t is going to cause diarrhea or constipation and that is a good thing we can tell them to Shell it up their rear-in. We know better.

Someone in particular was on my mind when I wrote this because they are using that phrase as a reason why we need to love and embrace their product. Their product is fossil fuels and the someone is Halliburton.

Their product causes violent uncontrollable spewing of toxic waste from sea to shining sea and they are proud and delighted to be able to shove it down our throats. I guess this was just my kind and gentle way of agreeing that yes sh*ts happens and yes it is their sh*t that causes problems I don’t want anything to do with because I know better.  In other words,  they can take their fossil fuel BM and put it where the sun don’t shine.

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