Thursday, December 20, 2007

LOWE EXPECTATIONS

"My family tree was cut down and made into press board."

A Michigan man has been searching for his birth mother for years, and he finally found her—working at the same Lowe’s as him. While that may seem cool at first, he has to feel like a disappointment.

The whole point of giving a kid up for adoption is you believe they have a chance to have a better life than you, but no, 22 years later, he’s there sweepin’ up saw dust right next to you. C’mon kid—you were a white baby, you had every opportunity to get adopted by a rich family and make good!

Giving up a kid for adoption is like a scratch off lottery ticket. Usually you loose, but sometime you make good. This time the lady won another ticket. Status Lowe.

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