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Monday, July 25, 2011

$1 per week...........

....I bet my grandmother, a coal miner's widow who died in 1977 at age 83 would have found a way to chip in $1.00 a week to fund the postal service. And that is what it would cost per household and business to cover the USPS's $8 Billion annual deficit.

But let's be honest, people have changed a lot since 1977 and nowadays many Americans would bitch and moan about paying $1 per week for daily postal service. If I were Emperor, I would ask every household and business to pay a tax of $1 per week to continue the current level of postal service.

Friday, April 15, 2011

Rich Passengers Chose Death over Filing Their Taxes???...

.....I never realized this until this morning. The Titanic sank on April 15th. Is it possible some of those super-rich passengers decided they'd rather go down with the ship instead of filing their tax returns?

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Joe Biden Is .....

...actually getting crazier. Today, he claimed every important invention or achievement in the last 200 years was due to government incentive. Here are a few where I think Vice President Biden is wrong [I know - it's very hard to remember when he wrong before!]:
  • Hair plugs
  • Dental veneers.
  • Monday Night Football
  • Lite beer
  • Snowboards
  • Radio
  • Air conditioning
  • Blogs

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

"We Are Gonna Need A Bigger Boat" .......... the classic line from the movie Jaws. It was uttered by the town's sheriff when he spotted the size of the shark.

Well, over at Althouse today, they were yakking about the FDA banning some cancer drug and of course, the comments evolved into death panels, etc. Well I was amazed at the number of fed agencies we have and at how much power they have.

Since we must tear down all these govt agencies, I think we will need even more pitchforks and torches.

Sunday, July 04, 2010

Happy Independence Day!

I am a servant of my readers. When they ask for something, I deliver! You know like the media once did.

Monday, May 31, 2010

Memorial Day 2010

At home on Memorial Day in 2010.