Friday, September 13, 2013

Big Fat Friday Free For All

What's the matter, Pal?  Spend all week watching what you eat and exercising six out of seven days and not lose a gram (and no, this is not an invitation for everyone to chip in their own diet plans--I'm BITCHING here)?  Get caught with your air conditioner in the attic for three straight 90 plus degree days? 

Emote, friends.  Emote. 


"The Hammer" said...

Ok, I know you people think I'm obsessed with UNC but I assure you I am not. They have been investigated, found guilty and punished. As far as I'm concerned it's over and done with...or so I thought. But not so fast my friend, it seems this is never ending and I for one am getting a little tired of it. (
Look, this isn't about school rivalry or Monday morning bragging rights. This is institutional corruption and it looks as if some people need to go to jail. Although I have nothing to do with Carolina my tax money goes to support the school so I have an interest and a say. And I say seat a grand jury and let's get some people on record and get to the bottom of this mess once and for all. If ECU or State had done this, number one it would have been investigated properly with no stone left unturned and number two the NCAA, the UNC Board of Governors and the press would have made sure heads rolled from top to bottom. But that's not what happened in Chapel Hill. UNC is far from cooperating and has had a circle the wagons attitude from the beginning. Minimize, obfuscate and deflect has been the order of the day...from the very first day.
There is no place for corruption in our university system, especially at our flagship university. So why are we putting up with this crap?

JB said...

Today, I just enjoyed listening to the advertisement from Texas Gov. Rick Perry on the local DC radio stations. In it, Perry (correctly) talked about what Martin O'Malley has done to the business environment across the river in The People's Republic of Maryland. He mentions how bad taxes are, then invites Maryland businesses to check out Texas. Mark my words, you heard it from me first, O'Malley thinks he's the second coming of Dukakis, another beyond-liberal governor who believed his own press clippings. I lived in Taxachusetts in the mid-to-late 80's when Dukakis was governor and convinced himself he was presidential material - scary delusional. I can tell some stories about how Dukakis got that far, but I'll save it for another time (I think Big Fred has heard them before anyway).

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