Light blogging for the past few days -- okay, honestly, I'm just a light blogger.So, here's something to help get back in the swing of things: a heartwarming tale of a poor, oppressed woman who's just a victim of the system -- she's 37, has 15 kids, and expects somebody to be held accountable for,… Continue reading Here’s the Problem
I just had a thought. It might take me a few minutes of babbling to think through it, but I think I have a good, workable solution for these occupy people.Occupiers:Clearly, squatting in city parks and sidewalks, and complaining about how very hard society has been to you isn't getting things done. It's not getting… Continue reading Solution for Occupiers
Michael over at Speaker to Morons has an idea for a satirical story protesting capitalism and banks.To the actual, uh, occupiers: try occupying a job instead of occupying a whatever.
Spotted over at Peter's place (Bayou Renaissance Man), originally from Mary Beth Hicks comes some great thoughts for these OWS people:I can’t look at the Occupy Wall Street protesters without thinking, “Who parented these people?” I scratch my head and wonder the same damned thing every time I see one of them try to make a… Continue reading Another Message for the OWS Morons
Brain dump:Some people are calling it a Christianity tax... I call it poorly thought out and very unnecessary. What is it? The Obama Administration has imposed a 15c tax on christmas trees in order to fund an organization intended to promote them.A few thoughts, in no particular order:- It's not a Christianity tax. Don't even try to… Continue reading Christmas Tree Tax?