Welfare Users LIVID When They See THIS Grocery Store’s Embarrassing Demand…


You Not sure if this is the right way to go about it... But I for one am tired of people abusing the system. To me, welfare should only be accepted in grocery stores, and only for basic items, meat, milk, grains, veggies and fruits.. Not lobsters and chips, pop or any junk food.... And … Continue reading Welfare Users LIVID When They See THIS Grocery Store’s Embarrassing Demand…

2011 in review


The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,800 times in 2011. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to … Continue reading 2011 in review

Bloggers Block…


Sometimes the hardest part about writing a blog, or anything for that matter, is just getting started. Today is one of  those days. I did what I normally would do, I read the news, looked at other blogs and quotes. But nothing jumped out at me. Sometimes the ideas come easy and just flow out … Continue reading Bloggers Block…

The 20 things that bug me


Just a few things that bug me: When your in a store and the person in front of you is on there phone and checking out. They always take longer, because they are more concerned about there phone call than checking out. Really, you mean to tell me the call cant wait 5 minuets why … Continue reading The 20 things that bug me

Lazy complacency


I have not posted in sometime, not because I have not had a Lot to say, for I always have a lot to say. It's not because I have not had the time, for time is always available. So why than the delay, what excuse can I offer.... None really except laziness, the sin of … Continue reading Lazy complacency

Kid-Free Zones…


A few weeks ago I read an article about a restaurant that has a no kid policy. I read the article, and have to say, I agree, the owner of the restaurant has the right to banning children under the age of 6. But I never thought of it again, that is until today…   … Continue reading Kid-Free Zones…