Monthly Archives: July 2013

I hope he likes pasta fagoli

Huffington Post Eike Batista, Formerly World’s 8th Richest Man, Loses $33 Billion In Just 16 Months: Now that is what we can call “a good piece of change”. It is bad enough when a mere mortal loses their job, to … Continue reading

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A must watch video

A must listen to video Now this is a guy that takes the bull by the horns, “shoots straight from the hip” and is telling it like it is. Every word that he is speaking and shouts is unfortunately … Continue reading

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The coward is afraid of dying – get the crying towels out

Ariel Castro agrees to plea deal, avoids death penalty: The scumbag/coward got life in prison plus 1000 years for pleading guilty. I would like to know what happened to the not guilty plea his “ambulance chaser” made for the coward … Continue reading

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Just the skins off the potatoes

Halliburton Pleads ads Guilty To Destroying Gulf Oil Spill Evidence: July 25 (Reuters) – Halliburton Co has agreed to plead guilty to destroying evidence related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and will pay the maximum possible statutory … Continue reading

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2013 Dumb and Dumber Award

Dumb and Dumber was a movie made about two idiots. If both of their brains were put on the head of a pin there would still be plenty of room for a battle ship. Point in case. There is another … Continue reading

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Anything for a buck

I went to the gas station today to fill up. When I went into the station to pay I saw some miniature AK-47 cigarette lighters for sale. They looked exactly like the real rifle but naturally a lot smaller. I … Continue reading

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The Big Desk

New IRS Scandal Twist Disputed By Jack Lew: Over the past few days, several news organizations have reported that William Wilkins, the IRS chief counsel, met with President Barack Obama in the White House two days before his office suggested … Continue reading

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