Quickly, May 15, 2013
May 14, 2013 10:12PM
Updated: June 16, 2013 6:05AM
It doesn’t surprise me that you sold a $15 beer for $120. There’s a sucker born every minute.
On my block we don’t have dueling banjos, we have dueling lawn mowers. If one guy cuts his grass, the other HAS to come right out and do his. They take competitiveness to a new level.
After hearing about the three girls held hostage in Ohio for 10 years, everyone needs to watch their neighbors. If things seem strange, call the police. Keep calling, it may save someone’s life.
DITTO! No more new taxes. Learn the difference between “want” and “need.” The American people are tired of your threatening to cut “needs” like teachers while funding items of “wants.” You’re not getting the message — in this economy you need to stop buying the “wants” and attend to the “needs.”
People pay $150 a night for a hotel room but yet they can’t leave the housekeeper — who cleans up all your messes and then makes minimum wages — only a $2 tip. Now how sad is that? I hate to clean your house.
Mark Sanford, former governor of South Carolina, is now the winner of the special congressional race. Obviously, the Republicans in South Carolina are like the Democrats in Lake County, Indiana — they vote for anyone without checking the facts.
The Dow has hit an all-time high, jobless rate is decreasing, better health care ready to kick in, murder rate is dropping big time, and reforms long overdue are just around the corner. Yeah, we got the right man in the White House!
They need to start spraying for idiots, not mosquitoes.