That was no reporter, that was a blatant case of “Being in the Tank” for whatever the cause du jour is! A real reporter would not have lent his/her name to a blatant lie and foist it on the public. It looks like being a “Journalist” is no longer taught in universities but has gone by the wayside in pursuit of “The Big Story” no matter how fact checking will bring out the lie to the real story.
 June 7, 2016 at 2:05pm
I noticed they said that Trump wears $7,000 Brioni suits and I thought, “Yes, but he pays for them himself”.
I think Chick-Fil-A should do this at all their restaurants over Memorial Week end. A fitting tribute to those who served and those serving. I am heading to Chick-Fil-A tomorrow for lunch.
 May 20, 2016 at 9:56am
Why is it that all the pro abortion people are already born. Does that mean they are willing to give up their lives?
 May 18, 2016 at 10:13am
Lived in Georgia for about 3 1/2 years. Never been so glad to move from one state to another. The politicians there seem to think that they are better than the people who elected them. I believe they need to look at the way they treat people and learn that they are the servants of the “people”, not the other way around. I agree with SDRRrepublic64 that Humility is a virtue that should be part of every candidates make up.
Hey, maybe they are the old brand of Southerner or spinoffs from the Carpetbaggers. In either case, stand up and tell them to sit down and We, The People are taking over and investigating all they have done in office, their supporters and donors, and criminal records. Let them squirm and then fire them lock stock and barrel.
 May 17, 2016 at 8:24am
Raydg, I agree with you. Lou makes this guy look normal. I still think the funniest one with Lou was when he kicked his hat from 1st to second base. We lived in Seattle from 1990 tom 1999 and just loved going to Mariners Games/
 April 7, 2016 at 8:57pm
How about when you vote in the Presidential election you have to dip your thumb in purple ink like they did in Iraq. It doesn’t wear off for a day or so and you can’t vote again if you have a purple thumb. One person, one vote. It’s hard to get those dead people to the polls and dip their thumbs.
 October 6, 2015 at 2:35pm
His Mom must be so proud of him!
 July 13, 2015 at 8:14am
Well, it is on the Minnesota border, so I guess it is an extension of “Minnesota Think”. Just across the river from the Liberal Capitol of the World (Midwest Version).
 February 21, 2015 at 10:14am
I use Firefox and have the same problems. I don’t think it is the browser, I think it is the site. I very seldom come on here due to the amount of ads and pop ups.
Tenn: I lined the inside of my trailer windows with aluminum foil to stop the radio frequency from giving me orders. I’m experimenting with wearing a belt of foil, that trails down to the floor. I’m testing it outside to see if the foil strip will also ground out the signals. First, I have to somehow stop the buzzing in my ears! Will black electricians tape over my ear holes help any? I consistently vote Conservative but that doesn’t seem to help the mess we’re in today.
 July 19, 2014 at 9:32pm
We will welcome you with open arms. Have been living here for the passed 12 years and love it! You will also.
May 10, 2014 at 2:09pm
And it only took her three weeks to speak out! What a piece of elite garbage.
Hey! Not ALL Joisey guys of us vote for liberal morons. Just a bit over 50%. Ugh.
January 13, 2014 at 7:07am
I lived in Oregon at the time and remember it well. It was a 747 and in order to get it back in the air, a crew from Boeing had to come down and fly it to PDX (Portland). The loaded enough fuel on it to get to Portland(with a little extra) and moved the plane so it’s tail stuck out over I-80. They closed the Interstate and the pilot took off in 1/2 the runway. A 747 will do a sharp angle rotate with no one aboard and minimum fuel! What a great airplane Boeing developed.
December 19, 2013 at 2:24pm
So Betty, why are you here promoting this instead of working for buzz28? I would think you would probably make more there than here. Seems to me it is never anyone you know personally, always about three people removed from the poster.
December 13, 2013 at 6:54am
It isn’t just the 8,000 jobs lost at the company, it is the ripple effect of all the ancillary jobs that were lost at other places. These were the places where people worked that did business with DHL and the people that worked there and also all the other businesses that depended on the people who worked at DHL to keep them going. It isn’t just the main company, it is the support of the workers for the other businesses.
Remember what George Carlin said (I paraphrase) “If you spit in the Subway you get a fine, but if you throw up it’s free! So next time you want to spit, just throw up”.
November 29, 2013 at 10:17am
When I traveled for work (Which was a lot!), I sometimes met people like this. My response to them was “Go by air when you have time to spare.” In other words, don’t expect the airline to go by your schedule. Just because you didn’t plan ahead is no problem of the airline or the Flight Attendants.
It may not be the same now, but aren't there some deep discounts for flying on the day of the holiday? Flying on Thanksgiving was probably her CHOICE, as was the risk of being late to a dinner that probably went quite well without her.
November 24, 2013 at 12:49pm
Had T-mobile until last month. Both my Wife and I were on a plan from a legacy company they bought and that plan charge carried on for 5 years. There was no contract, but the service was terrible and the dropout rate was unacceptable and for this we paid around $60 a month ($720 a year!). We ported our phone numbers over to Tracfone and the drop out rate is “0″. Only use the phone for emergencies and got phones from Amazon for $15 each with triple minutes. Bought a 1 Year card for $100 and got 1500 minutes and 415 days. For my wife I got her a 90 day card with 600 minutes for $50. Oh and by the way, the minutes carry over, so as time goes by I can cut down the minutes I buy and still have plenty left over. Cut my cell phone bill by almost 60%. The phones are LG800g’s and has all the bells and whistles except GPS! Love that they can’t find me.