clientsfromhell: “We were going to pay you, but seeing as your lawyer has sent a letter of demand and threatened legal action, we’re not going to.”
3M CEO slams Obama as 'anti-business' →
3M CEO George Buckley called Obama’s policies “Robin Hood-esque” and told the Financial Timesthat manufacturers like 3M may have to shift production to other countries in order to stay competitive. Or, you know, pay yourself less, George.
Oh, you’ve called your pasta section “pastabilities?” HAHAHAHAHAH!– (via neversaidaboutrestaurantwebsites)
You can tell how smart people are by what they laugh at.– Tina Fey (via allthingsstylish)
We regret to inform you that due to the tricky situation of spousal support we...– (via clientsfromhell)
It’s by design people. It’s planned. And we as a nation keep falling for it. And...– From Jay’s blog. He’s right, so completely and utterly right. (via insertawkwardpause)
Incredibly, [McDonald’s oatmeal] product contains more sugar than a Snickers bar...– How to Make Oatmeal … Wrong - NYTimes.com (via chialynn)
just stop it.
iwasdrunkwheniwrotethis: To that punk rock couple to the left.. One of the most un-punk rock things you can do is give your child a mohawk. Its been done. By EVERYBODY. Even people who aren’t punk. So shave your child’s head. You know what would be punk? Giving your kid a regular haircut. Then it would be like hes rebelling against you, like you did with your parents. Its like he’d be giving you...
Keep Germs At Bay
fakescience: Make sure to use a couple of pots after visiting our friends at Snooki In Wonderland.
How Does This Help Balance Wisconsin's Budget? →
[The department may sell any state-owned heating, cooling, and power plant or may contract with a private entity for the operation of any such plant, with or without solicitation of bids, for any amount that the department determines to be in the best interest of the state.] Without solicitation of bids? How is that frugal? How is that conservative? It couldn’t be anthing [sic] to do with...
Gluten: Friend or Foe? →
[Marlisa Brown, a registered dietitian in New York and author of “Gluten-Free, Hassle Free” and “Easy, Gluten-Free,”] says that if a person goes on a gluten-free diet, giving up all pasta, packaged foods, cereal, desserts, bread and thickening agents such as gravy, and opts instead to consume more fruits, vegetables, lean meats, fish and low-fat dairy products, then, yes,...
Hooray For Hollywoody: A quick thought on the... →
hollywoody: I am a proud member of multiple unions. That doesn’t make me biased, it gives me insight. Unions aren’t perfect and they all have troubled histories. Much like our own government. But dismantling them is dangerous for working class citizens everywhere. Without unions we wouldn’t have pensions,…
Don't Join the Government to Get Rich →
[…] For most people who work for the government, however, the expectation is that your year-to-year salary will be lower, but your benefits will be better, in particular your pension. It turns out, however, that state governments won’t have the money to pay a lot of those pensions. They’re likely to renege on their promises, and Republicans in Congress want to allow them to...
New GOP Bill Would Allow Hospitals To Let Women Die Instead Of Having An...– A bit of backstory: currently, all hospitals in America that receive Medicare or Medicaid funding are bound by a 1986 law known as EMTALA to provide emergency care to all comers, regardless of their ability to pay or other factors. Hospitals do not have to provide free care to everyone that...
Massacre From Above? - The Daily Dish | By Andrew... →
Ho. Ly. Fuck.
Logan Square Bedroom for Wisconsin Senator →
Amenities include: Furnishings: Twin Bed, Dresser and closet Bathroom with a large vintage tub. A state merely plagued with political nihilism and outright corruption, as opposed to one collapsing into its own supernova of crazy. Thanks to @your_overcoat for the link.
Wisconsin protests: Do Americans agree with tea... →
[…] Asked about “when you hear of a disagreement between state or local governments and unions that represent government workers,” more Americans say their first reaction is to side with the union (44 percent) than with state or local governments (38 percent). And substantially more Americans see union contracts as ensuring that workers are “treated fairly” than as...