Flies to the Stench of Decay.

April 22, 2013

Official seal of Helena, Montana

There have been a lot of big things in the news lately, but I haven’t written about any of them.

Like most conservatives, my heart goes out to those who were injured, and killed in the recent bombing in Boston, and I’m disgusted that so many on the left, are again trying to use a tragedy to propel their oppressive political agendas.

I’ve seen some reports about the explosion at the fertilizer plant in Texas. Again I am sympathetic to those who were harmed, and of course I’ve noticed, the big government control advocates are trying to push the idea, that it probably wouldn’t have happened at all, if they had more control.

I have been paying attention, and I could make quite a list, but I’m still thinking small.

I mentioned in a previous article that I moved my family out of the Helena city limits. I was hoping to protect my children, from certain kinds of education, that conflict with my cultural traditions. I was also concerned about my family’s safety. The last couple years we lived in town were miserable. We had 2 home invasions, and countless vandalisms.

Helena is my home. I was born at St. Peters hospital, and I lived in the same house from the time I was 4 until I finally moved 2 years ago. So I’ve been watching, and unfortunately, the situation is still going down hill.

Like any rotting carcass the City of Helena is attracting flies. Unfortunately, this cloud of pests has grown considerably since the last time I visited my favorite restaurant. Although I’ve been a loyal customer for many years, and I’ve never had a complaint about the food, I’m afraid the stench of social decay, emanating from another business that recently opened in the area, is going to keep me away for some time.

Don’t get me wrong, I like coffee just as much as the next man, and I am a hetero-sexual adult male. So I’m not exactly opposed to the existence of attractive women. I am however, passionately loyal to my wife, and I choose to do my best to resist, or just plain avoid, situations that might provoke certain thought processes related to my natural male tendencies. So when I found out, this new coffee shop has attractive women serving coffee in lingerie, I was more than just a little irritated. The fact is, if I have a choice, I wont be exposed to that kind of filth, and I’m not the only one.

I really feel bad for the other businesses in the area. I’ve heard some have already seen a decline in patronage, and I’m not surprised, but I honestly don’t know if there’s anything they, or anybody else can do about it. From what I gather, the powers that be, don’t have a problem with this distasteful establishment. So if anything is going to be done, I expect it will be a civil matter.

I haven’t heard about any civil actions being considered, yet, but I am curious. Even if every progressive in Helena buys at least one coffee a month, how much money can one of these places really make? I also wonder how that might compare to one of the only, if not the only, establishment here in Helena, where you can still buy an 18 to 21 ounce prime rib, and lobster, crab, shrimp, or prawns, along with the usual fixings? It’s been some time since I had the lobster with my steak, but the last time I did I spent close to $100. If I were a lawyer, I know which side I’d like to represent.

Now I also have to acknowledge, this sort of thing isn’t all that shocking to folks in other parts of the country. I’ve traveled plenty in my lifetime. I’ve been all up and down the west coast, and a number of other places. I know bikini shops, as I’ve heard them called, are pretty popular in the more populated areas of our country, but these places aren’t Montana. The fact is, although they’re unlikely to admit it, even a good portion of our liberal progressives, still tend to lean a bit to the right, when it comes to certain basic cultural issues, like this.

I’m not going to mention the name of this establishment, or the owners, or even anything specific one of the owners said, when my wife had a brief opportunity to visit with them, just by chance of random encounter, except that they seem confident. I will however, mention one sentiment my wife conveyed to them, that I think they may be disappointed to find reflected by a more significant portion of the population, than they might be expecting.

And I quote…

“My husband and I have been running a business for years, we manage properties all over Helena, and I do it with my clothes on. If you can’t sell what you have with your clothes on, you shouldn’t be selling it.”

I couldn’t have said it better myself.

Glenn W. Uncles Jr.

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