Every once in a while karma has a way of catching up with people. It’s obvious from my previous blog concerning this thing posing as a woman, that I have zero respect for her. During a conversation one week ago today, I even referred to her as “the wicked witch of the west”. She’s a classic example of the type of person I’d like to see bleeding to death alongside the road. The fewer of her kind that are roaming at large and contaminating the gene pool, the better off the planet is.
“Eva” was involved in an alleged incident at the Farmers Convenience Store this weekend. Apparently, she likes to drink, get drunk and operate a four-wheeled deadly weapon. Excessive alcohol use would explain much of her socially unacceptable behavior she exhibits in public on a regular basis. She may very well have been “smashed” the day I took her picture. I’m glad my camera didn’t break.
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Karma is a law in Hinduism which maintains that every act done, no matter how insignificant, will eventually return to the doer with equal impact. Good will be returned with good; evil with evil. Since Hindus believe in reincarnation, karma knows no simple birth/death boundaries. If good or evil befall you, it is because of something you did in this or a previous lifetime. http://www.skepdic.com/karma.html
While at the Farmers Convenience Store on Saturday, Eva collided with a vehicle. Not once, but twice. I guess it was a case of, “At first when you don’t succeed, try, try again.” It seems she was under the influence of alcohol. The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded and took her into custody.
What really angers me is that this woman was out on the road gambling with other people’s lives. It wouldn’t be the first time somebody was killed or badly injured near this store. In fact, somebody even hit the store near the outdoor tables on a previous occasion. The scars and mismatched block work are still clearly visible from that act of stupidity.
". . . . good and evil fortunes fall to the lot of pious and impious alike . . . ." --Spinoza
Within a five mile radius of my home, there are no fewer that eight of those little white crosses along the road marking the locations of death and stupidity. The majority of them are on Papago Rd. between the Farmers Convenience Store and SR 347 which is south of the City of Maricopa. The road is not dangerous. It’s a long straight stretch of county maintained paved road. It’s the careless, impatient, stupid and impaired people that have no business being on the road that are dangerous.
The crime of DUI is no different that recklessly putting a gun to someone’s head. Yet, look how different the penalties are when a person is convicted of those crimes. Use a firearm and get five years. Use a motor vehicle and only get a couple of nights in jail plus a fine.
The penalty for DUI is obviously not stiff enough as way too many people drink, get drunk and take to the open road. When a person carelessly gambles with the lives of others, they deserve hard time in prison doing hard labor.
Unlike Maricopa County, Pinal County doesn’t post mug shots of their arrestees on the internet for the whole world to see. Perhaps, The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office would like to use my photo instead. They are more than welcome to use it.