jean-paul 10/11/2012 5:32:07 AM Report
Howdo quack quack quack more quacks to follow quack quack.
Grump 10/11/2012 6:54:27 AM Report
Good morning everyone, another wet fall day. Mallet I'm with you on the flu shot, the wife and I have been taking them for over 10 years now. No pain, no fever and no damn flu. The worst that I have had are the sniffles for a day or two since the shots. My three grandchildren from London (the mould and milldew capital of North America)had to do was show up and I ended up with the flu. I love them dearly but I knew they were going to bring me down if they arrived in flu season. Have a great day everyone. By the way hello Bobby, give me a call if you are up out of the cave.
skipper dave 10/11/2012 7:06:35 AM Report
Good morning sweet Soo! Coffee's perking in the back ground, off work for a bit. We all love to criticize politicians for the extreme lengths they contort themselves and their values in order to maintain power. - I wonder if one came along and told us the truth about what we would have to sacrifice in order to fix what is broken, would we even listen? Are there enough enlightened electorate to recognize truth when they hear it. Can they break from singing the party song long enough to clear their heads. Party affiliation is like opening a package of beef from the store that's gone off. Maybe it's the electorate that should be voted in every four years, then they select the governing body?
RLE 10/11/2012 7:28:13 AM Report
As Jack Nicholson said in A Few Good Men --"Truth, son--You can't handle the truth."
skipper dave 10/11/2012 7:40:43 AM Report
Nope RLE - When you have been fed nothing but BS you forget what truth tastes like.
RLE 10/11/2012 7:46:26 AM Report
Skipper--Oh so true. I remember Jesse Ventura. One may not have agreed him, but you knew he was telling it as he saw it and if you didn't agree he didn't care
flyhawk25 10/11/2012 7:53:33 AM Report
I think the trick is to coat the crap in sugar. Then once you're elected start decreasing the sugar and increasing the crap.
Just before an election pile on some sugar and smile.
RLE 10/11/2012 8:04:50 AM Report
Wow. The Cynics R Us franchise has new members this morning. lol
Right Winger 10/11/2012 8:06:56 AM Report
You mean like adding sugar to unemployment numbers?
right wing 10/11/2012 8:09:54 AM Report
...don't you know, that's different.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 8:16:39 AM Report
Shakey, thanks for last evening's "irony alert". Keep them coming. I believe I'm catching on, lol.
(smiley face) for statusquo.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 8:20:29 AM Report
Skipper, of course we wouldn't listen to an honest politician. That's why people like Ross Perot and Ron Paul haven't got a chance in the USA. We haven't even got a Ross or Ron in Canada.
RLE 10/11/2012 8:26:59 AM Report
How about if you start a new party, called "Truth Checker" and you run for office,not as prime minister but as "Truth " minister. I'd vote for you and that's the truth.
theprotector 10/11/2012 8:39:56 AM Report
It was really nice to have a real discussion on this site...it seems we have some of the same ideas just a different approach. I tip my hat to you!
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 8:42:25 AM Report
Brianne, I'm with you on the immunization thing. I believe you weaken your own immune system with the shots and become dependent on the things.
I've been weighing the pros and cons of the shingles shot myself and I think I will forego it for now. Perhaps I will reconsider in 7 years when the original shot would have worn off, if I happen to live that long without an outbreak of the dastardly thing.
By the way, that shingles shot costs nearly $200 on our "free" health care system along with the $35 for a "free" PSA test and $100 every year for an HRT test for my eyes and who knows what else they want us to pay for. I'm sure glad all this health care is "free". I'd hate to think what it would cost if it wasn't "free".
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 8:45:25 AM Report
Thanks for the confidence, RLE, what an ego boost, but I'm afraid I'm not cut out for it and I would definitely meet with the same success as Ross Perot and Ron Paul.
asIseeit 10/11/2012 8:53:21 AM Report
Spellchecker again big industry has put "fear" into out lives with Shingles mass hysteria. Don't buy into the fear mongering. Big Pharma is placing harm and fear into those not smart enough to know you are being had. Your chances of getting Shingles are 1% and configuring the side effects I wouldn't chance it. The payback is small.
flyhawk25 10/11/2012 8:55:52 AM Report
If you had shingles you would not think that way. I still have scar tissue.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 8:55:58 AM Report
Did you know that at least one person on this blog thinks I'm insane because my belief system does not coincide with his? That's real tolerance for another's beliefs, isn't it?
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 9:00:39 AM Report
I realize it's a bad thing, flyhawk, and that's why I'm weighing the pros and cons. I haven't yet reached a final decision and will probably just procrastinate, as I am WONT to do.
That WONT was for RLE to keep him on the straight and narrow.
Grace 10/11/2012 9:09:09 AM Report
How would you like a letter from the boss like this one!
I liked it!
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 9:20:05 AM Report
Grace, I like it too, especially the letter he wrote to his employees at the end of the article.
Just Curious 10/11/2012 9:22:33 AM Report
G'morning Spelly; I too am ticked about all these extra charges,that's why I quit going for the annual eye exam. If there is an upside to prostate cancer,at least I no longer require the PSA test. Ironically,when the last one was ordered I refused it as I couln't afford it at the time. My Doctor told them to do it anyway and he paid for it himself. That was the one that told them I had cancer.Sometimes you can bite your own ass,I did that time...:)
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 9:28:02 AM Report
Nice to see you on the blog again, JC. I was hoping to meet you and your canine near the Food Basics some day but I see it's now out of the question. I hope things go well for you in your new surroundings.
shorty38 10/11/2012 9:29:05 AM Report
Who is doing the math re - the shot for shingles.
OHIP will not pay for a person to get immunized against shingles, but if you have a breakout of shingles they will pay for emergency room treatment, your family Doctor visit how ever many times you must go, plus in many cases your medications.
I wonder how the Minister of health calculates this program. Who has the answeres?
Sam C 10/11/2012 9:36:29 AM Report
Spelly... really, you like that letter? It's quite the lesson in democracy, isn't it?
If a democratic election is held and a candidate duly elected by the will of the majority, but it's not the candidate Siegel supports, he's going to toss some, or even all of his employees out of work.
Sounds a bit too narrow-minded for my liking.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 9:40:14 AM Report
Sam, it is a lesson in democracy. It shows there are consequences for voting. He shows what can happen when certain policies of the government backfire. He's not telling them how to vote. He's informing them of the consequences of voting incorrectly, according to his opinion.
Right Winger 10/11/2012 9:40:34 AM Report
Sam, he says that if the current president is re-elected, and institutes the taxes he has promised, he would be forced to lay off or shut down.
old-cat33 10/11/2012 9:45:43 AM Report
"It's a marshmallow world in the winter
When the snow comes to cover the ground
It's time to play.It's a whipped cream day
I wait for it the whole year round".
Don't worry folks it won't stay.
The hunters will be happy though.
old-cat33 10/11/2012 9:50:26 AM Report
Had to run up to Home Deposit last night. Holy crap people SLOW down around the construction zone (New Pine St. Intersection). Man traffic was just using 2Nd. Line as a slalom. Those guys have bills to pay also.
Just Curious 10/11/2012 9:57:08 AM Report
Spelly, I plan on coming up a few times next summer and will make it a point to come to the Island. My family is down here but my frends are up there and it's hard to go camping down here. You have to book a long time ahead to get a site most places. Can't see the future but am making plans in that direction anyway..:)
Grace 10/11/2012 10:07:25 AM Report
Sam..narrow minded? He plainly spells out what he in his experiance sees happening.
46 years as an employer educated him to the ways of the business world.
Ideally if elected Obama care won't have the effect that he has predicted but what if it does?
cathyh 10/11/2012 10:31:54 AM Report
Just Curious: Make sure you find out what campsites are closed. Apparently the government has closed 10 campsites in the north.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 12:09:38 PM Report
I'll see you folks at the jam session at the Moose Lodge in the Soo tonight for some great local amateur entertainment.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 12:12:57 PM Report
Perhaps my new acquaintance, Ed, will sing the Little White Duck for me again in honour of our morning greeter, Jean-paul. My Pumpkin Point friend will be there and I hear my grandson will be making his public debut.
Pauli 10/11/2012 12:27:15 PM Report
shingles you get if you had chickenpox as kid. I did not go to see my doctor in time, now I suffer for six years all ready , I can only advise every one to have the shot against shingles, the cost are worth it. The pain is unbearable.
Just Curious 10/11/2012 12:40:19 PM Report
cathyh,I usually stop at Ojibway.They have a lot of un-serviced sites that are actualy better than most of the serviced ones and I'm building my camper up towards self-suffientcy(Spelly?). There are lots of places north of Searchmont where you can stop for a few days on crown land also. The missinabi park north of Elliot Lake is a nice place too but a bit out of the way for me. May go to Sandy's north of Bruce Mines on Rock Lake.That's the advantage of the north and I am going to really miss it.Heck, I can even get away with camping in the Walmart parking lot for a few days if I move everyday...LOL.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 12:41:55 PM Report
I have two friends who have had shingles. One advises the shot and the other says he would take his chances. It sounds like it hits some harder than others. No fun for anyone but like folks have said, life is risky and I still think I will take my chances. If the effectiveness of the vaccine was higher than fifty percent I might get it.
What to do, what to do? I am in another quandary.
Modern technology gives us too many choices. I'm not the greatest at decision making.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 12:43:11 PM Report
JC, you've made next Monday's WORDS OF THE WEEK.
skipper dave 10/11/2012 12:46:30 PM Report
Power out in the West end - I have a theory - I think they (PUC) are test energizing their new multi-million dollar corporate glass cathedral and it's sucking all the juice out of the grid!
RLE 10/11/2012 1:04:32 PM Report
spellchecker: I won't hold your attempts to keep me on the straight and narrow against you. I would still vote for you.
cathyh 10/11/2012 1:06:11 PM Report
Just Curious: I Have friends who camp at Ojibway and they love it. You can spellcheck your message before posting and you won't have Spellchecker to contend with. Self-sufficiency is the right spelling.
flyhawk25 10/11/2012 1:11:10 PM Report
skipper...this one I'd understand. Heavy snow on trees with leaves.
Wheels17 10/11/2012 1:11:57 PM Report
Gee. Are we having rolling blackouts? We have had 3 already this week. Are they building a time machine like in Deja-Vu with Denzel Washington and killing the grid in the process? The PUC is going to get a kick with a boot if they don't start explaining what is going on with our power.
Just Curious 10/11/2012 1:44:12 PM Report
Gee thanks,Spelly..500 miles away and I still get on the list.LOL.
Yeah cathyh, Ojibway has less rules than most campgrounds and as long as you're not a swimmer it's pretty good,close to town and services..
Oldie Goldie 10/11/2012 2:05:19 PM Report
I am surprised that the Election System in the U.S.A. allows Business Owners to coerce their employees into who to vote for.
Grace and Right Wing---You both might think it is O.K. but it really is, plain and simple, an attempt to influence votes.
Spin it all you want but the letter was made out before anything happened so it was coercion in my opinion.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 2:30:24 PM Report
I could be wrong but I didn't see right wing make any response regarding the letter. I think you were referring to the comment made by Right Winger.
Zing 10/11/2012 3:11:17 PM Report
The microwave transmission line from Sudbury is fading in and out causing Channel 11 MCTV to intermittently garble.
When are we going to get fibre optic cable here in the Soo so we can watch TV?
northwoodson 10/11/2012 3:54:17 PM Report
skipper dave 10/11/2012 3:54:34 PM Report
Zing - Where's RW when you need him? We haven't had microwave transmission since Fly Hawk was a hippy.
Zing 10/11/2012 4:16:36 PM Report
Skipper, that's what I thought, but they still use the tower downtown for our TV signals from Sudbury.....ancient technology, I know!
Is Fly not still a hippie?
Oldie Goldie 10/11/2012 4:18:03 PM Report
Spellchecker---If I used the wrong poster's name then I apologize to Right Wing. You have to admit, though, that they both appear to be similar in what they post.
Grump 10/11/2012 4:37:07 PM Report
Good afternoon everyone and glad to hear from you JC and you must be doing better as you seem in good spirits. The hotel passed it's inspection today and is now officially the Holiday Inn Express. No more Days Inn in Sault Ste Marie. Some of you with a grey top must remember the place as The Empire and other than the Windsor it was the place. The sun is now out so it turned nice after all. Enjoy everyone.
Grace 10/11/2012 4:51:35 PM Report
Oldie...good points but America runs on speculation..from Wall Street to the media reports...especially the media.
They've been hyping the debate tonight rampannt with speculation and position jockeying on who has won before the match has even started.
The letter he wrote to his employees is a warning. Not a threat. His view is Obama care IS the threat to his business and their pay cheques.
To be fore warned is to be fore armed.
Now they know. The rest is up to them.
shakespeare 10/11/2012 5:08:32 PM Report
Grump: I'm a greytop and we enjoyed our wedding reception at the Empire, with music provided by Lou Turco's disco company, back in 1975. It'll be interesting to see the new look. Had our nuptial night at the Crown Motel's "bridal suite" and honeymooned at Agawa Bay.
I seem to recall that status quo has his business in the vicinity. Tomorrow, he'll be able to offer, in his directions, that he's one block north of the new Walmart.
shakespeare 10/11/2012 5:51:45 PM Report
I'm torn on the issue about the Koran- burning pastor being prevented from entering Canada.
On the one side he's an outspoken, hatemongering fanatic (in the same vein as the hate-mongering fanatics in the Muslim world) and might cause by his opinions a safety threat in terms of reprisals. I guess being allowed entry to Canada is a privilege and not a right;
on the other hand, do we stop at our borders everyone because we think that their views are wrong? Is it another part of the nanny state where governments or their agencies want to protect us, as they don't actually believe that we are competent to make critical decisions on our own? I do note that certain Iranian leaders seem to travel unimpeded.
I think that I tend to lean to the second stance and think that "debate" which was the premise of his entry should never be snuffed.
skipper dave 10/11/2012 5:58:50 PM Report
Rumour has it that Stat's will be taking all the European scrap off the cars that come in and will dump them in a bin at the front door.
BIG BROTHER 10/11/2012 6:16:10 PM Report
I was wondering the same thing when I heard the Canadian government was thinking of stopping the 'guy' at the border.
Then it occurred to me: this guy is full of hate speech, meant to provoke and cause retaliation. His form of preaching has already been tested in Canada. Ernst Zundel comes to mind.
Spellchecker 10/11/2012 6:17:00 PM Report
And it's off to the Moose Lodge in the Soo for the Thursday evening jam session at 8 PM. See you all there.
flyhawk25 10/11/2012 6:21:04 PM Report
First off dude...I was never a hippy.
I am so old I hit some form of maturity before drugs and psychedelic music.
But 30+ years of teaching adolescents forced me to listen to that on my car radio every day just to even appear relevant.
In my last ten years teaching I never had to admonish kids to stop whistling in the halls because you can't whistle to that crap.
As I hit Act Three I realize that I have become my father.
The only up side is I don't believe Archie Bunker was right or that rigid political theories are useful.
However I still believe a gentleman does not wear his hat indoors.
skipper dave 10/11/2012 6:27:30 PM Report
Hats - Nor in a restaurant (only the unwashed ill mannered low lifes do this, including my grandsons) and I've only allowed my t-shirts to not be tucked in at the urging of my belly.
shakespeare 10/11/2012 6:31:09 PM Report
Oh, fly: you've hit a nerve with the hat thing!! No logic or ethics involved, just ... "Don't do it!"
My clever, respectful son-in-law still does and when he faces the computer, he turns it backwards!!!!!
BIG BROTHER 10/11/2012 6:38:44 PM Report
I'm doing Anderson Cooper's job...'keepin' them honest'!!
You were a 'hippy' before the word became vernacular. I recall in grade nine you introduced Arlo Guthrie's 'Alice's Restaurant' to a group of neophyte, up and coming liberals. I (being among them) listened and laughed without the advantage of having a true understanding of someone screaming 'I wanna kill...' and just how sarcastic and cynical the song truly was. Later in life, I found an old copy of the album and bought it. Lo and behold, I developed a new understanding of that 'hippie' teacher from grade nine.
The irony: today, Arlo Guthrie is a 'dyed in the wool' republican capitalist pig. Go figure!!
right wing 10/11/2012 6:44:13 PM Report
You had Lou Turco's music....wow one down from the Pulentti brothers.
Did Lou actually play some music or was he just talking on stage.
You're a musician, shame on you.
The world of the D.J., guys that don't have a musical bone in their body but get to act like they do.
shakespeare 10/11/2012 6:56:02 PM Report
Yeah, I get your point rw, but I came over as a sponsored fiance and had really no say in the wedding arrangements, other than choosing the original version of Layla as the first dance.
Lou was our mentor in choosing the music, but one of his minions flipped the discs.
bluesslinger 10/11/2012 7:04:43 PM Report
Times/Bay News 9/Herald exclusive Florida poll: Romney 51, Obama 44
Grump 10/11/2012 7:16:14 PM Report
Fly you are certainly right, thee and me are too damn old to have been hippies. That said thank goodness we did. Shaky come by some time and I'll show you around. Just ask for the grumpy old guy.
right wing 10/11/2012 7:23:11 PM Report
For a debate that does not usually garner much attention tonight's Vice Presidential debate is garnering a ton of it.
Viewership is expected to smash all prior records.
Biden is an all around more experienced debater and politician than his "forever basking in the glory" boss but his handler's are worried about his never failing ability for making huge gaffes.
The Dems are counting on Joe to do a good job tonight in order to stop Romney from his continual gains in the swing states.
I find it so ironic that Joe, the invisible V.P., is suddenly being counted on to help the "chosen one".
Joe must feel a bit like an apostle, perhaps Peter.
Joe may be denied three times by the morning crowing of the cock if he does not do what is expected of him.
I wonder what excuses the Dems will use on this one.
10. The high altitude.
9. Ryan cheated.
8. It’s the moderators fault.
7. He didn’t want to seem like an angry white man.
6. He tanked it on purpose.
5. He was distracted by Ryan's lies.
4. He was being “statesmanlike” and “dignified”.
3. He was high after using Bill Maher’s million dollar donation to buy weed.
2. It was John Kerry’s fault.
1.Joe also wasn’t allowed to use his Teleprompter.
bluesslinger 10/11/2012 7:23:55 PM Report
Biden loses debate followed closely by Chris Mathews losing his mind on live TV.
bluesslinger 10/11/2012 7:25:18 PM Report
11. It was George Bush's fault.
right wing 10/11/2012 7:26:01 PM Report
An arranged fiance with no say...oops sorry, I forgot, you are a Liberal.
right wing 10/11/2012 7:27:16 PM Report
How could that one be missed...it's all G.W.'s fault.
Wicket 10/11/2012 7:32:45 PM Report
Hats - males who wear hats into restaurants and everywhere else that they have been wearing it - to work in, sweat in, rub dirty hands on, etc, should be made by the Board of Health, to remove same. We would all be appalled if the cook in the restaurant did the same thing. Some of the hats are the dirtiest, grubbiest item of clothing to be seen, wonder if they ever look at that piece of clothing. Sorry, am not discriminating, it's just that I haven't seen a female wearing a dirty, disgusting cap...
flyhawk25 10/11/2012 7:39:49 PM Report
This is fun.
And as my sainted Aunt Ruth used to say "You can't beat fun."
BB... I am flattered and humbled by your kind words but as we both know as teachers - 10% loved us, 10% did not and the rest could not wait for the bell.
Having been a victim of 'Education' I tried to change things.
For many years I made more mistakes than good moves.
But in the last ten years of trial and error and good luck I think I finally nailed it. Just in time to get older and be able to retire.
I can say that those memories are the ones I have folded and hold in my heart in my dotage.
Ironically after years of financial struggling I now find myself comfortable.
There is no way I could ever be smart enough, qualified enough, patient or young enough today to face the mess that exists in schools today.
I got a gift and managed to do some things.
And that will have to be enough.
right wing 10/11/2012 7:42:01 PM Report
Agree with you on those that don dirty ball caps.
Want to see some females wearing them you can too in some "establishments".
The types of hats that flyhawk25 wears, as an example, is not this.
It is a fashionable type, that probably cost some but easily affordable for a guy on a teachers pension.
It's always clean, always well aired out, and removed upon entering the building.
shakespeare 10/11/2012 7:51:57 PM Report
"arranged" and "sponsored" are different words with different meanings, rw, but you are correct: it was a very liberal approach as my future wife's father had to agree to accept all financial burdens that I might incur before I married his daughter, at which point my landed immigrant status would kick into gear.
It was very nice of him and taking responsibilty for others' debts is what makes Canada great (IA)
right wing 10/11/2012 7:55:38 PM Report
...and before I forget.
Thanks SooToday for having your stupid poll and asking when snow will fly...you put a complete curse on October.
right wing 10/11/2012 7:58:22 PM Report
shakespeare, call it what you like...a shotgun is a shotgun.
shakespeare 10/11/2012 8:10:54 PM Report
Heh, Heh, good one! No we didn't have kids for another 6 years.
AceOfBass 10/11/2012 8:15:17 PM Report
Wicket,I would not worry about the customer in a restaurant with a ball cap.
I would be concerned about the Cook kitchen helper,that is preparing your food wearing street clothes,t shirts jeans and a dirty disgusting ball cap and apron.
The Hygiene standards in some of our local eateries is disgusting,dirty kitchens, improper storage of food,eggs and bacon left out too long.
Where is Algoma Public Health when it comes to these restaurants.
The Cooks/Chefs and kitchen helpers need to get their act together and dress properly for the Cooking Trade
The owners of these places like to make money they should be supplying uniforms for their workers.
If you go into a restaurant if the kitchen staff is not properly dressed then walk out.After all a clean staff indicates a clean restaurant and fine place to dine.
Brianne 10/11/2012 8:17:34 PM Report
Grump, I walked by the Days Inn everyday this summer, it was quite the transformation ! Building looks amazing !
Voiceofreason 10/11/2012 8:18:47 PM Report
AsIseeit... So if your statistics serve you correct, let's break it down.
Less than 1% get shingles. Of those people, how many actually had chicken pox? In order to get shingles, you have to at least been exposed to the Varicella zoster.
So right of the bat, you've just eliminated a lot of the population. Second, if you've received the vaccination for Varicella, you've been protected against actually getting chicken pox to a certain extent which lowers the number of people who actually become infected. So when you compare a person who has had chicken pox to everyone else, your statistics mean squat.
Also, even though public healthcare is good for nothing, I will say this; Most people are covered for the Zostavax injection. If you think that getting it is malarkey, guess again. It's costing you your regular taxes anyway, and to not get it won't help you. Getting it may help you (think of it as cost vs. benefit).
Also, Big Pharma are the reason you have such quality medication to treat a variety of diseases. Stop giving them money and you lose a considerable amount of research and development. In other words, giving them less money does no one any good. Just because Pfizer makes piles of money and your paycheck is dismal compared to them is no excuse to expel jealousy and spite.
Voiceofreason 10/11/2012 8:20:18 PM Report
Also, if you want to continue to receive those little blue diamonds that make your (insert witty synonym here) hard as a rock, I'd be making a donation. Statistically, by the nature your response, you are probable male.
AceOfBass 10/11/2012 8:25:22 PM Report
Let us not let Mayor and council off the hook over the attitude towards the tax paying landlords.
Councillor Frank Fata hit the nail on the head with his comments and the other Councillors were to afraid to speak up against the Socialist Council members.
Let the pictures of smashed walls, windows and damage that is done to these apartments by these renters be shown.Why should landlords be stuck with hefty repair bills and out thousands of dollars in back rent. These individuals should be charge with theft over $5000.00 or under for their back rent.It is criminal of fence to steal even if it is for rent.
skipper dave 10/11/2012 8:36:05 PM Report
Shakey don't pay attention to RW's funnyah. Ask him about his marital track record? if it's anything like mine by the time my family went thru our reorganization the only thing I had in common with my former spouse was that neither one of us could live with Skipper Dave and she had somewhere else to go, I was stuck here with the one person I didn't like!
mallet 10/11/2012 9:01:13 PM Report
Ace of Bass...
I would agree with what you are saying if it was not for one unfortunate point. As quoted, most of these people are on welfare, so that means they have no money or means of paying for the damage or back rent. So the next step is to put them in jail, well thats costs everyone (in taxes) and has still not paid the back rent or damage. One good method would be for the welfare to pay the rent direct to the landlord, but I don't think the rules allow for that, as the landlord could pocket the money and kick the person to the curb, get in another and do the same over and over. Having been a landlord at one time I can only say the best way is to check references and make sure you get a security deposit..
right wing 10/11/2012 9:02:24 PM Report
Lets get ready to Rrrrrummmmble!!!!
steelworker 10/11/2012 9:23:33 PM Report
In spite of the moderator being a friend of the Obamas and despite Joe Biden grinning like a hillbilly every 2 seconds I think that Ryan is getting ready to mop the floor with the Democrats.
flyhawk25 10/11/2012 9:29:54 PM Report
Well...the real problem is your use of the pronoun and the verb.
"I" and "think" in your case are mutually exclusive terms.
Jimssm 10/11/2012 9:32:38 PM Report
The last time I checked, these poor, abused landlords had potential tenants fill out applications with references and did credit checks.
Retreaded 10/11/2012 9:51:58 PM Report
Biden is showing how rude he can be and what a bully he really is. His continual laughing at what Ryan has to say is juvenile at best.
steelworker 10/11/2012 10:05:07 PM Report
He's grinning like a hillbilly that just found out his daughter turned 13.
steelworker 10/11/2012 10:10:46 PM Report
...but fly the words "arse" and "hole" are mutually inclusive terms in your world. Smiley face.
bluesslinger 10/11/2012 11:04:55 PM Report
When a wise person debates with a fool, the fool rages and laughs, and there is no peace and quiet. Proverbs 29:9
Wicket 10/11/2012 11:37:03 PM Report
AceofBase - I agree about kitchen help being improperly clothed; we have boycotted one popular eating establishment due to the lack of personal cleanliness of the kitchen staff. I will say no more...
Wicket 10/11/2012 11:37:43 PM Report
sorry, AceofBass....not base
saultresident 10/11/2012 11:53:02 PM Report
FYI: algomapublichealth.com will give you the results of the inspections done on local eating establishments.