Friday, November 26, 2010
"The Canterbury Tales" is Geoffrey Chaucer's most well known work, which consists of an amalgamate collection of stories told by a diverse group of pilgrims who are on a pilgrimage to Canterbury. Both the "Parliament of Fowls" and "Troilus and Criseyde" are also written by Geoffrey Chaucer, but "Confessio Amantis" was written by Chaucer's contemporary, John Gower." -This quote is in honor of my mother visiting my brother this week.
P.S. Just because I know a friends and relatives in the Army does not mean I LIKE the US military, or the human soul free crap that runs the U.S. military. I very much so hated 9-11 and the fools that helped it happen. I have hated every second I ever spent on a military base. Completely hated it to the depths of my soul. My mother is going to watch my brother retire from the military this week. I refuse to go with her on this government rear-kissing pilgrimage, I feel the government should not look for fights we do not belong in. The idea that being policeman to the world is a great way to spend United States taxes is a sickness which should be protested.