Everyone deals with tragedy differently, and Michael McGee Sr. has demonstrated that in his effort to console Charlie Sykes on the death of his mother, Katherine Sykes. “Mother Sykes, she dead,” said McGee, implying that he too was grieving for his own ‘mother,’ who must be very proud of her son if she is living. McGee goes on to comfort using religion: “To me it's the vengeance of God.” Yes, we all must answer to God eventually, and Mr. McGee calls our attention to that fact. “I ain't got no tears,” McGee said, obviously too stunned to cry. We’ve all been there.

“Matter of fact a woman that would have a fool like that deserve whatever is coming her.” 

You won't believe what he says next:

 

Thursday, September 27, 2007 11041
Paramedics were called to the union Sept. 19 when a man said he was having an allergic reaction to his wedding band. The man's finger was swollen, and the ring was cut off. Can we say bad omen? Better than an allergic reaction to his wife's syphilis, anyhow.
Tuesday, September 02, 2008 10133
The possible next vice president of the United States has proven that abstinence-only education works in schools and for families, especially for other people’s families, and the proof is in the fact that fewer youngsters know much about sex before they have it.

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