And then there’s:
And, of course:
Happy Independence Day!
But that’s not what was on my mind when I hit the “add post” button. Anybody ever read “On The Beach“? I got to thinking about that book today, and the story made me think of this song to break the funk:
It did help change the mood.
If it is so “Affordable”, why do people need government supplements to afford it? To take more out of the pockets of the workers?
If you want to provide “affordable medical care”, why not open government hospitals? This would provide more jobs in GS positions, and provide said medical care for those unable to afford insurance of their own. And there are now a lot of buildings, that used to be hospitals, that they could refurbish into same.
But the more you let your mind savor it, the better it sounds.
I mean really, how self explanatory must it get? They freaking made this mess, now make them roll around in it.
A new poll from TransferWise shows that 35 percent of those born in the United States would consider ditching their home country to live elsewhere; that number skyrockets among those aged 18-34, the so-called millennials, 55 percent of whom said they would think of taking off if given the chance.
Most of those millennials cite economics as a chief factor in their desire to leave: 43 percent of men and 38 percent of women said they’d leave if they could get paid more in another country.
Fucking idiots. Whose fault is this? You think you should be exempt after you created this mess? Your parents must be so proud of you.
My people will read this, nod, shake their heads at the idiots, The idiots will not read this, and will miss the thought that might just save their homeland.
Gosh, a person from a liberal news media outlet with a concealed carry permit. Who ever would have thought?
Russell was a prominent figure in CNN’s groundbreaking foray into around-the-clock news, serving as an anchor from 1983 to 2001. She was one of the first anchors hired at CNN Headline News, then called CNN 2, after it went on the air in 1982.
Russell later worked in Canada as a CBC News anchor from 2006-2008 and then on Toronto radio station CFRB from 2008-2010.
So we know who she is. How about hubby?
Police officers responding to a report of shots fired found the body in a parking lot. A former special forces officer, de Caro said he called upon his training to protect his wife.
“I was determined to save my dream girl’s life — even if it cost my own,” he told The Post.
Isn’t it amazing what a bit of training and a weapon of some form can do? Especially in a situation that can happen anywhere:
Albuquerque police did not release names of those involved, and a spokesman, Officer Tanner Tixier, said it appeared to be a random robbery attempt.
There is a bit more to the story, but these are the core bits. Be ready, it can happen any time, any where.