The temps have dropped. The forecast is calling for snow by the end of this week. Can we rely on you for snow removal? When you do the snow removal, do you include the sidewalks? Also, I spoke to others about your horticulture and they say you are a complete fraud and a phony. Mrs. Blighty said you cut her so much that she looked lie a mummy because of all the toilet paper. As a matter of fact, I heard you're not allowed near anything sharp other than the safety scissors from kindergarten.
Blighty; I am particular about my landscaping. Like my steaks, I prefer Brazilian. Any chance you can successfully perform some Brazilian landscaping? This would seal the deal for the long cold winter we about to embark upon over the next 3 months. Let me know if this skillset is part of your repertoire!
Phroesia; the politics thread went quiet because it became an excel circular reference. In other words, we have gone round and round with the arguments. The conservative viewpoint is rooted in facts and logic while the liberal perspective is based on emotion and pointing to the savior in the oval office. It is with great delight that the end of his reign is near. Honestly, I do not think country could have held up to liberal rule for 4 more years. I would love to say with a GOP President, Senate, and House; everything will go correct, but I fear it will go the way as it went when dumbacrats controlled the 2 branches of government back in 2008. I sure hope I am wrong. This is a golden opportunity for the GOP to establish a positive and prosperous direction for our country. If they can stick to the plan of MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, they will be fine. Seriously, our media really needs to pull their heads out of their arses!
This is what happens when people let the government intervene in our lives. The next thing you know we will be standing in line waiting for them to dole out loaves of bread and we will wonder where all of our freedoms have gone. It's not too late to pull your head out of your proverbial butt and start taking control of your own life and make your own decisions. It costs nothing to take down a tree. Wait ...actually it takes getting your hands on a saw and moving it back and forth until you have cut through the thing. Or take an ax to it and take out some aggression. If you want to go the lazy man's route get a chain saw from a friend. What it takes to cut a dead tree down is some motivation, energy, and initiative.
Patrons of Mosel Wine bar are welcome to attend the Tikrit Wine Bar and Gardens until Mosel gets back on their feet. The 'hanging" gardens will be in full bloom soon. Don't forget that Wednesdays are free admission for any Zionist!
Soccer boy, I hadn't posted on this silly thing in years. It became kind of redundant. It was like watching any of those political commentary shows on each night. How people watch those things, I will never understand. Twinkie, as more and more Catholic schools get shuttered, the country continues into a downward spiral. The world has become predictable. I am not endorsing this notion, just predicting. Hillary Clinton will be elected in November defying all good judgment. America will get served another turd sandwich. We are past the point of no return. America is in decline. Leaving is becoming a serious option. Making the janitor the President and you get what you get. Tankinis are out burkinis will be the in thing.
Uhmm Christine you seem to be a close minded individual. What has happened over time to Catholic Schools is the result of 2 primary reasons. Reason one is that the supply and demand were out of sync (children vs institutions). What I mean by that is as the birth rate fell and as the size of an average Catholic family dwindled, the number of schools required to educate the children decreased. Whenever supply is greater than the equilibrium, supply must decrease. Basic economics. Reason number 2 that the number of Catholic schools are decreasing is that lay people versus members of the church have taken over the administration and teaching of the students. Again, another supply and demand issue. As the number of nuns and priests decrease, a vacuum is created for lay people to fill. They do not reduce the quality of the education, but they do increase the cost of it. A nun would have their housing and necessities provided for by the Church while a lay person will require a greater salary in order to accommodate for those needs. In the future, I would rely on more logic and less emotion in your arguments and it will enable you to get better results.