Archive for September 29, 2010
It’s fall, right?
I want some rain!
If you’re older than ten you probably remember seeing clips of brawls in the governing chambers of broken-down, desperate, third world countries and you probably remember the newsreader looking down his or her nose in arrogance and disgust while saying something like, “This would never happen here!”
Here, as in the USofA.
Look at this video of New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino being confronted by a reporter. Watch Paladino’s henchmen:
Point being — we’re getting there — to that third world place.
“Some” might say this is trivial and, in the grand scheme of things it is, but insofar as Glenn Beck gets four bazillion times more “liberal media” attention than Michael Moore does I thought I’d point out that Moore has twice as many Twitter followers than Beck.
So, say it again? Why is Beck everywhere and Moore isn’t? Because the liberal media rules the world?
Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman says she was “stunned” when she learned that her former housekeeper, Nicandra Diaz — who she had employed for nine years — was an undocumented worker?
According to a spokeswoman at the Social Security Administration, all employers are required to verify Social Security numbers before hiring someone, and that it “has been the case for ten years or longer.” Further, the Internal Revenue Service requires employers to use Social Security numbers to report wages.
So we’re supposed to believe that over the course of nine years — NINE YEARS! — Whitman had no idea what Diaz’s status was?
That’s just flat out unbelievable.
… nothin’s grabbing me.
I think I have a severe, severe, case of outrage overload and that I’m having a day of uncontrollable numbness.
Geez, I just stumbled upon the website “SaltWorks.”
I had no idea there were so many flavored salts.
I want to try,
(But no way am I going to pay $12 plus postage for a few ounces of salt. Oh well.)