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Pushy is the word for today.
Pushy is all I could think of when catching snitches of the debate last night between the incumbent, President Barack Hussein Obama, and his challenger, former governor Willard Mitt Romney. In saying this, one may also opine that moderator Candy Crowley did not act in an even-handed fashion between the two - but considering the tactics of the challenger, I don't know how it could have been possible to do so.
I had a great time at my reunion this weekend, despite my not being in the best of shape. I did get to see quite a number of my fellow classmates, though I couldn't make the rounds completely - please forgive me, you guys.
I read a number of stories that really made me get up and speak to my mom in regards to the dangers of artificial sweeteners, specifically Splenda. Without further ado:
I would like to begin this with a thank-you to Officer Cahill and his partner.
Now, I won't get into the specifics of our impromptu meeting, but what I will divulge is that I haven't a record in regards to the Police Department of New York City.
Nothing. Nada. Ziparoonie.
That is a badge of honour I will proudly wield.
Well, here I go again, as I open myself to attack from heretofore unknown quarters; but I was outraged when I heard about this.
Anthony Watts is the voice of the website Watts Up With That?, a site dedicated to discussing climate change, among other things. from its own blurb: "The world's most viewed site on global warming and climate change".
Well, after reading one of his recent postings,
As we approach the 11th year since the most horrific terrorist attack to take place on America's shores, I ask you to look back to the other events that have shaped America:
I hope everyone's enjoying their summer.
Before I begin, let's revisit the subject of this story:
You heard it here first, folks!
I promised this piece some time ago, and what better day to present this than on Memorial Day?
“The trouble with politics is that not enough people are involved.”
Jim was a quarterback with an impressive record.
He later became a sheriff in Youngstown, Ohio, where he contends that the local mobsters were in collusion with the FBI. Due to his contention, he was indicted, a case he beat.
Monsanto's RoundUp Causing Colony Collapse Disorder In Bees? Four Years After The Bees Are Gone, We're Next
I've posted a number of articles in regards to the dangers that Monsanto poses to life on earth.
Think about this: what's the logic in having the largest pesticide company controlling our food supply, especially with the idea that Monsanto has monkeyed with the genes of various organisms and have made them utterly unsuited for consumption?
Did you know that Monsanto used to market seeds with their patented Terminator technology? What the hell does that even mean?
Can Debt Forgiveness Work For The U.S.?
Let's check out this article by Mandelman:
I beat diabetes.
I'm actually approaching what has been determined as my proper BMI.
I won't lie - it's been a really painful month, but it's worth it to regain control of my body.
Isn't it interesting that most of the quaint sayings you and I have shared throughout the years all seem to have been turned on their heads?
For example, "Sticks and stones" should be a familiar refrain; yet there are those whose livelihoods have been taken from them for the simple utterance of contrary information. Take this letter to the Editor, Andrew Rosenthal, of the New York Times:
It's getting very weird out there, dear readers.
I'm fairly certain that the names Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman are pretty familiar, yes?
Here's what we know: Martin, armed with a pack of Skittles, a can of iced tea, dressed in a hooded sweatshirt (now made infamous by Rep. Bobby Rush), was confronted, and eventually murdered by Zimmerman.