Quickly, Nov. 23
November 22, 2013 11:16PM
Updated: December 24, 2013 6:04AM
How great was it to watch two teams play really hard, muddy football last Sunday? Great stadium Chicago! Hope they don’t replace God’s great playing field with shag carpeting the way so many other teams have. Good grief, they’re tough and talented and (oughta be) muddy manly men.
I’m a builder who was always criticized for using too many screws and nails and too much glue. My stuff is still standing after Sunday afternoon. How’s your stuff looking, dude?
Well, with all the news on health insurance and the high cost, maybe people will figure out how the seniors deal with it. Many have the idea Medicare is free. Well, wake up, we pay for it and if you don’t have a supplement policy you are lost to debt.
I read in the Nov. 20 Post-Tribune that Indiana’s median household income is $4,500 behind the national median and state unemployment is 8.1 percent and higher than the national level for the past 17 months. So, how’s that “right to work” working for you folks now?
The seagulls are housed and cared for by the local carwashes until next spring when they will be unleashed to increase profits.
Do big companies really have to squeeze the last penny out of their suppliers and pay their employees rock-bottom wages? Is this the kind of capitalism we want?
The only qualification needed by Arne Duncan for education secretary was that he played basketball with Obama. And you Quickly readers criticize the Republicans?
Indiana Speaker of the House Brian Bosma is calling for civility in the gay marriage issue. Why now, Mr. Speaker?