Friday, March 31, 2017

Entire Family Going Straight to Hell

                                                                                                                                     
The Wall Street Journal's Mansion section, which appears every Friday and regularly publishes nauseating stories about people who are disturbingly and decadently rich, has hit a new low today. The caption informs us that Paul Ray Geiger Jr. spent about $600,000 to build this special room in his home in Richmond, Texas for his family's hunting trophies. "We go in there and remember the trips we had, the good memories." (Oh what fun they had!) The photo shows Geiger with his partners in crime, wife Shannon and daughters Isabelle and Caroline, surrounded by fifteen of the animals they slaughtered, including an elephant, a lion, an ostrich and a tiger.

I hope the happy hunters continue to enjoy their allotted time in this life because next time around things are sure to be grim; with any luck they'll all be stuffed and hanging as trophies on the wall of some animal's den. Hey, I can dream, can't I?

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