Have you heard that Trump's plan is to let the illegals back in legally? What are your thoughts on that?
the criminal part of this pales in comparison to the financial and social ramifications.
the welfare state wasnt growing fast enough for the marxist who hate free market capitalism
Bought my townhome if 2001...the one right next door was bought by investors at the same time and has been nothing but a rental since then. I'm now listening to about the 12th Mexican family to be living in it, playing soccer in the tiny backyard with their screaming brats, kicking the ball into my fence and common wall, while laughing like hyenas.
Mexicans may be hard workers & honest...but they have no class, respect for other peoples property, etc.
How can you expect them care about their new home and neighbors...when they are used to living in some rat infested hovel in Juarez surrounded by drug dealers & gang banger?
Glad I'm moving to Saint George late next year...where finding a Mexican is part of the yearly scavenger hunt.
 May 1, 2016 at 9:33pm
I’m with the guy behind the drive thru window and the people in the car can Pzz -off.
I'm sure they were an absolute pleasure to deal with and did nothing to escalate the situation.
My thoughts too. In my youth in Cali I dealt with customers like that daily.
Do you want sauce with that 15 minutes of fame?
Sorry, Monk, but when you work in a service industry, you have to learn to take the crap with a smile on your face. What harm would it have done for this wanna-be owner to have kissed butt, even though he was seething inside? He has to learn how to grow up if he wants to be an owner.
You know better, Monk. You let me down on this one.
Saw that movie years ago…used to love Jim Carey, until the self released video of his anti gun rant… Not merely the political ineptitude if you will, it was dry, witless, and angry. I Loved liar liar also
Yep, that video sucked big time.
 May 1, 2016 at 6:25pm
The Monk and the Elephant:
Once there was a Monk who wandered around the country side. Through towns and villages and forests he wandered. He saw God in everything he saw and always proclaimed, “God is in the rock, God is in the lizard, God is in the trees, God is in the person and God is in the breeze”.
In one village that this Monk was wandering through a mad Elephant had gotten loose and was terrorizing the village. As the Monk walked down the road making his proclamations a voice of one of the villagers cried out,
“Mad elephant, get out of the road, run, hide, get off the road”. The Monk looked at the elephant that was charging at him and proclaimed, “God is in the elephant”. Well, the elephant grabbed the Monk with his trunk and tossed him violently into a tree.
The moral of the story is,” God was in the voice telling the Monk to get off the road”.
my fav performer was Gunther Gabriel Williams. ( he did the lions) since i was younger...i was in awe with his work.
My uncle knew him cause he had done work for Ringling..so he surprised me and took me to go meet him. First off...i will say this...the camera makes him look taller lol. He sure isn't as tall as i had thought. All n all..except the height episode...everything about him was spot on. He honestly did care for those tigers he worked with. He had a special bond with each one..which made his performance that much more awe inspiring.
Good evening! Rudely tossed the monk...I would've said! Lol many rude voices online tonight..we will all be trampled in November if this chaos continues to consume us!
LOL brother monk, I have mixed feelings on this topic. I don’t really care for zoos, most have the animals in a too confined area. The NC Zoological Park is the best I’ve seen, with open range natural habitats, I realize that most of these animals were bread in captivity and wouldn’t survive if released, but I feel that if you want to see a pack of lions, go to where the pack of lions actually live, naturally. I know this is cost prohibitive for most everyone, but when I was a kid, Mutual of Omaha, brought it to my living room every Sunday evening. There’s a hundred more angles to this issue, but I say leave em be, unless an effort is needed to ward off extinction, and that should, probably, involve killing the humans attempting to profit from their demise.
Monk: Sorry, but God gave you the tools to stop the elephant, you didn't use them!
I'm reminded of another story:
While on holiday in Kenya and walking through the bush a man comes across an elephant standing with one leg raised in the air. The elephant seems distressed so the man approaches very carefully. He gets down on one knee and inspects the bottom of the elephant's foot only to find a large thorn deeply embedded. As carefully and as gently as he can he removes the thorn and the elephant gingerly puts its foot down. The elephant turns to face the man and with a rather stern look on its face, stares at him. For a good ten minutes the man stands frozen - thinking of nothing else but being trampled.
Eventually the elephant turns and walks away.
For years after, the man often remembers and ponders the events of that day. Years later the man is walking through the zoo with his son. As they approach the elephant enclosure, one of the elephants turns and walks over to where they are standing at the rail. It stares at him and the man can't help wondering if this is the same elephant. The man climbs tentatively over the railing and makes his way into the enclosure. He walks right up to the elephant and stares back in wonder. Suddenly the elephant wraps its trunk around one of the man's legs and swings him wildly back and forth along the railing, instantly killing him.
Probably not the same elephant then.
I will miss the elephants. They were definitely one of the highlights of the circus, and it's sad to see them go. It's PETAthetic, really.
Monk, do you know what your best chance of survival is when you're facing a charging elephant?
When I was a kid, a little over 40 years ago, I went to a small circus (not Ringling Bros.) and I got to ride on an elephant. It is something I'll never forget.
 May 1, 2016 at 5:24pm
 May 1, 2016 at 5:23pm
Thank you Defcon4… : )
 May 1, 2016 at 4:52pm
I’m moving in a few months and one of my deceased girlfriend’s best friends (a couple) that is on hard times is getting a lot of stuff from here that they can fix and sell or recycle at their weekly yard sale. The 3 gallons of tar will fix their leaky roof and the 5 gal of white paint will paint their house where it is needed. They filled up an entire van load of stuff last weekend. The smiles on their faces was priceless !!!
Let Obama catch wind of this. First he will have to inform the young man that, "he didn't build that." Then if he finds out the kid is Republican he will sick the IRS on him to make sure he is paying his fair share in taxes.
 May 1, 2016 at 3:44pm
Where’s the audio or video?
I could use a good laugh !!!
Here it is, and they were removed to the applause of most of the Clinton lovers.
My best guess is that current reporting is the source for the mix up.
The race is a 100 meter dash. I found this short twitter video of the race. It doesn't actually show her crossing the finish line, but you can see her motoring along. LOL.