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October 9, 2016, 10:53 amHilly and Billy Foundation
Since you're too chicken to let me post on your blog, let me remind you that you should add Hilly and Billy to your Mount Rookmore. All the billions they have stolen to make themselves rich when the money was supposed to help people in need.
Oh, and I'm not a chickensh** like you. I don't block.
January 24, 2016, 9:14 amTed Cruz liar?
It takes some real gonads to call Sen Ted Cruz a liar when right in the Whitehouse we have had to put up with one. You know the one who had his college records hidden? The one who no one who supposedly when to college with him even remembers him in any classes? The one whose birth certificate is still a question mark? The one who decided to become a dictator bypassing Congress to make his own laws? And on, and on, and on.
July 30, 2015, 10:57 amAnswer to LilSpeedy
Ok, I don't really blog, but I will to answer LilSpeedy, one time only. I don't feel it's right to keep answering back on another's blog.
YOU are the one calling names, not me. YOU are the one with the vitriol. And your friend loser. If you don't know what that word means, by all means look it up. I will say that I got you and him mixed up with all the black a$$ comments. Although you did leave a lmbao memo too. I don't care, just saying ya'll (you and him) keep bringing up the word black, not me.
Oh, and I'm not blocking you like you block everyone else, because I'm not afraid of what you say.
October 16, 2012, 10:52 pmA Grape
2 cents for a grape? YOU ARE NOT GOING TO BELIEVE THIS!!
At approximately 2:30 pm, September 6, 2012, I entered the Publix store on Main St. in Gainesville , FL to pick up a few items.
I gathered my items and went to the 10 items and under register to check-out. The person in front of me (a white female, approximate age 35-43, fake nails, big braided hairdo, clean clothes, carrying a purse and a plastic drinking cup) put her purchase on the checkout surface - ONE GRAPE.
Yes, that is correct ONE GRAPE. The cashier asked if that was all, she replied yes. The cashier then weighted the GRAPE and told the woman the cost was $.02 (TWO CENTS). The woman then pulled out her Food Stamp EBT card and swiped it through the credit card machine, requesting $24.98 in cash back.
The cashier asked if she wanted the GRAPE, the woman replied no and the GRAPE was put in the garbage can. The register recorded the sale as $.02, cash back $24.98. The cashier then asked if four fives would be okay because she was out of tens, the woman agreed and took the $24.98 folded it up and put it in her pocket and left the store.
As the next person in line I asked the cashier as a taxpayer what in the hell just happened here she said she was on the clock and could not comment.
I then asked if I had actually seen this person purchase and discard a GRAPE, then get cash back on her Food Stamp EBT card. The cashier responded that it happens all day every day in their store. She also said that if the person buying the GRAPE has it rung up over .02 they get mad and make her reweigh it.
My next comment was to ask the cashier if she planned to vote in November and she said she could hardly wait for November 6 to get here, as one taxpayer to another. I paid for my groceries, in cash, and left the store madder than 10 wet hens.
We got this email from a friend. I have a hard time believing this, but then again, maybe I shouldn't be surprised.
Sully, I think you work in the grocery business. Can you confirm this?
August 18, 2012, 8:45 pmA horse? Really??
My second blog. I usually stay out of the politics, but a friend sent the following to me and my wife and I couldn't resist.
So the Romneys are called selfish for keeping a horse?
*and employing a groom with a family to support
*and paying for feed sold by someone with a family to support
*and transported in trucks by someone with a family to support
*and manufactured in a factory by people with a family to support
*from stuff grown by farmers with families to support
*and having a barn built by construction workers with families to support
*with materials trucked by drivers with families to support
*from factories with workers with families to support
Sounds to me like that one horse has done more to put Americans to work than the horse's ass in the White House.
September 3, 2008, 9:06 pmRioters at the convention
Ok, my first blog.
I have a grown daughter who is 26, married and made me a grandpa. I have an 18 year old daughter who I just left at college a couple weeks ago. And I have a son who is 15, who at this precarious age is finding out about himself. Three kids who are each unique, and different, and all whom I love more than life itself. I am watching and listening to the convention on TV, and I have to wonder just what this country is coming to for my kids. There are idiots who in the name of "protest" are breaking windows, throwing human waste, and attacking cops and people. Do they honestly think these activities change things for the better?
I am far from a perfect parent. But I never ever raised my kids to disrespect authority. This is the greatest country in the world. We have freedoms others can only dream of. Freedom is not destroying property in protest. Freedom is better than that. I work with a 30 something guy who keeps telling me that this country is no good and he just has to find a way to get out. The next time he tells me that, my response will be that I will donate the money to buy him a one way ticket to anywhere in the world. And that I'm not kidding, and he is welcome to never come back.