“I can write cursive, but can’t read what I wrote”


So this is what the prosecutor is counting on? Trayvon’s girlfriend “wrote” a letter to Trayvon’s mother attempting to document “facts”, but when handed “her” letter, she couldn’t read it – because someone else wrote it for her.

Cursive is dead, just like calculating square roots by hand on paper. Other than rarely writing my name on a check, it’s probably been 30 years since I wrote using cursive. I can’t remember how to draw some of the more difficult capital letters like X or G.

I remember that final year in 1st grade where I could read and write block letters, but my Mom’s cursive writing still didn’t make sense. Then we learned cursive and the code of secrecy was gone – even spelling might not keep a message secret. It’s odd how the brain can’t jump from block letters to cursive. So I guess she flunked second grade but was passed on

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14 Responses to “I can write cursive, but can’t read what I wrote”

  1. Ed Gein says:

    I can cook, but I can’t eat what I cook.

    Maybe I should try using less feces in my mock beef stew.

  2. Nidster says:

    Prosecutors knew she was lying prior to her testimony in court. She made several false statements and when prosecutors were asked if she was going to be charged, they “were reportedly vague about whether they would charge the woman with perjury.”

    See, the fix is in. Doesn’t matter one wit if Zimmerman is guilty or not, the fix was set in stone when POTUS said if he had had a son he would look like Trayvon.

    • CC1s121LrBGT says:

      Not so fast. There have been two voice experts. One said the scream on the phone was Trayvon and the other said it was not Zimmerman and the judge said the prosecutor could not present either finding.

      I wasn’t there and don’t know what happened… I just hope justice is served.

      • Nidster says:

        Prosecutor’s have already acknowledge she falsely testified that she was in the hospital on the day of Martin’s funeral.

        • Art Stone says:

          An interesting question is – given all that she heard on the phone, why didn’t she call police? Of course, dialing 911 would not have worked, since she was in Miami and he was way far away. A comment I read today (may just be typical made up stuff) says Travon hadn’t even been staying with his father, but was staying with people in another house, not in the same gated community. You would think the defense knows that, if true. That would make it even more likely that Zimmerman didn’t recognize him

          • Nidster says:

            Certain otherwise helpful evidence has a way of being excluded by the judge. Then of course there is always the possibility of defense attorney “malfeasance”, or like you said, just made-up stuff.

            The little bit I’ve read/heard has me thinking there is too much inconsistent stuff from the only ‘witness’ to the events. So who really knows what occurred other than Zimmerman? Is the defense planning to have him testify?

      • Art Stone says:

        Is Trayvon dead? You weren’t there.

  3. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    It comes in handy to correctly type in the visual codes shown on internet registration forms to convince the web site that you are not a bot.

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