Ohio - The next time you think you’re having a bad day, image how Valerie Spruill felt when she discovered that her husband and her father are the same person. Not that her life had been a breeze four decades earlier when she found out at the age of 9 that the man she thought was her father was actually her grandfather, and that a person who had been identified as a “family friend” was actually her mother. Spruill didn’t learn until later that her mom also was one of three “night ladies,” as she terms it, who testified in the infamous 1980 corruption trial of Summit County Probate Judge James Barbuto. Why would anyone volunteer this kind of information? Because Valerie Spruill wants to be an example. The 60-year-old Doylestown woman wants to show other folks born into miserable situations that they can still lead good, productive, fulfilling lives. Although Spruill has fought through serious health problems — she believes they were brought on by the stress of discovering the longtime family secret in 2004, when her husband/father died — she is relentlessly upbeat and optimistic.
Listen Valerie cry me a fucking river. I got fucking malware up my ass right now. People can’t read my fucking website. I’m getting 50 emails a minute with people complaining. I can’t get Google to look at the problem. I got a blackout tour I’m trying to run. So spare me this song and dance about how your farther was your grandfather, a family friend turned out to be your mother who was also a hooker and your husband is your father. Big whoop. This is the 47% Romney was talking about. Stop feeling bad for yourself. There are real people with real problems out there like me. Try having google shut down your website for no reason and then get back to me.
PS – I laugh everytime I see the husband/father slash combo.