Category Archive: Life & Culture
Cause the dude had a knife in his back, and still went to Mickey Ds first according to the link.
The victim was stabbed in the back, but managed to walk down the block and into the restaurant, witnesses said. “I heard everybody screaming and it was a lot of commotion,” witness Tromaine Yancey told CBS 2′s Don Champion. “The guy came and he was standing there with a knife in his back and it
Let me start by admitting that yes, I am a diehard Redskins fan. Been one since I saw my first live football game back at the age of 12 in the old RFK stadium. Stuck with the team through thick and thin and even though I had no other reason than that’s the first team I chose to root for. I have always loved the team name and logo, and seen it as actually honoring … Read more
The other day I wrote about what I felt would fix the broken higher education machine and help us gain control of the student debt bubble, but I didn’t go much into the reason I did it much. See I suspected that whatever scheme the leftoids would come up with simply be a tax payer funded giveaway to those connected people they always favor, and now it looks like I was right:
WTF? After they demoted Pluto to a planetoid, are they about to tell us that there are two other planets in our solar system? Remember when they told us we had 9 planets in our solar system and that was settled? Let me tell you something: science is never settled. What will they call these 2 big planets out so far from the sun that they probably make Pluto look like the tropics? Maybe … Read more
That seems to be the strategy of this WH when it comes to the Bergdahl deal. It went from Obama got Bergdahl back and deserves your worship, to it was someone else is responsible now that I am getting hammered for doing this stupid thing, to oh shit!, they are on to us, so lets double back on what we said to deflect the anger. I have no doubt that had the raid to … Read more
Cantor, the republican Senate minority leader, in a first ever case, lost in the primary in VA to an unknown and upstart Tea Party candidate. The NYT is flabbergasted. After all, they have been telling us that the Tea Party is dead, after all.
With just over $200,000, David Brat — a professor at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Va. — toppled Mr. Cantor, repeatedly criticizing him for being soft on immigration and contending that
I’ve done a few of these over the years, a nice change of pace from the usual Sturm und Drang, and sometimes a true nugget is uncovered enriching the lives of everyone. A few years back JimK turned me on to SOA, something I would not have discovered on my own, now I can’t wait for season 8 (the last one).
The next big bubble that will burst, if the wholehousing market or government money printing & incessant borrowing leftist agenda, and forced anti-savings money policies, which the Europeans have adopted, doesn’t blow up on us yet again, will be the student loan bubble. There is another $1.2 trillion of tax payer liability, waiting to blow up as the economic policies of the nanny staters create even more unemployment for the … Read more