Did you hear the audio of the conversation between pilot Chesley Sullenberger and the LaGuardia tower as he was ditching flight 1549 in the Hudson river last month? Basically, it boils down to save my life now, panic later.
Has Christopher Lambert ever been in a good movie?
The janitor in the office building where I work rolls a large trash barrel up to each waste basket in order to empty it. He takes the barrel to the waste basket, not the other way around. So, it seems to me that moving my waste basket from where I put it would be extra work. But he never puts it back where I want it. Why is that?
The birth of octuplets in California raises some troubling questions. Why would a single woman who already has six kids want more? If you know you won’t abort any of the implanted embryos, why have so many implanted? I mean having eight more kids at the same time is dangerous to both the mother and the children; any of the nine may develop serious health problems as a result. And if it’s dangerous to the mother, then she was risking the welfare of the six children she already had. Both fertility treatments and post natal care of octuplets are very expensive. I’d like to be assured that this family, mom and her parents, have the resources to handle the expense. I’d rather not see taxpayer funds expended on what appears to me to be an ego trip.
Is there a category in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most credit card offers received by one person over a specified period of time (like a month or a year)? If there is, how do I apply for recognition?
Haven’t paid your federal income taxes? Maybe youre qualified for a cabinet-level appointment in the Obama Administration? I was being considered to be secretary of the Department of Redundancy Department until they found out I had paid my taxes.
Someone on the radio used an expression I hadn’t heard in a long time: smart as a whip. Aren’t whips inanimate objects? Isn’t a whip exactly as smart as a box of rocks?
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Harumph! I was on track to being Secretary of USDUC (the United States Department of Unintended Consequences) until I voluntarily disclosed that I owed the IRS a Key Lime Truffle.
So it goes.
Too bad. When you neglected to pay the truffle tax, I bet you didn’t forsee that it would disqualify you from becoming Secretary of Unintended Consequences. Perhaps you could still qualify for a sub-cabinet post such as Chairman of the Federal Blogging Commission.
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