Found on Facebook:
April 23, 2014
April 12, 2014
I have not seen all ten minutes of this clip but it was JUST posted and has already hit over 750k views.
The long and the short of it is a cattle rancher has been illegally grazing his cattle on federal land for more than 15 years. The government keeps talking him to court – the court keeps ordering him to stop, to remove his livestock from federal lands and charging him heavy fines. But the rancher keeps ignoring the courts rulings, continues to graze his cattle on federal land – claiming the federal government has no constitutional right to own land.
The rancher is on a final deadline to remove his cattle from federal lands. In fact, as of last Saturday, federal officers have been acting under court orders to round up all remaining trespassing livestock (367 head as of this post) to put an end to this 15 year long travesty.
Enter Armed Right-Wing nutjobs from an out of state militia group called Operation Mutual Aid who arrived on the scene to prevent the officers from doing their court-ordered jobs. Now the Oath Keepers and other sicko militia groups are swarming the heretofore peaceful rural Nevada climate. And did I mention they are all armed? <insert snark here>
This doesn’t have a chance in Hell of ending well.
April 5, 2014
Someone please tell me this was a joke? Anyone?
Ahhh found it! LOL I am so strangely relieved! While I’m not a fan of the Alaska Moose Cow, I couldn’t wrap my head around her being THIS stupid!
March 27, 2014
BECAUSE I’M THE MOTHER was never going to be my reply to any child of mine asking why he or she was told to do something. From the first trimester with my first child I was determined to always give MY child a reasoned response, explaining why I’d asked him (or her) to do something.
When my first child was only four (and I was several months pregnant with my second), we’d been at my mom’s house where I’d put my adorable munchkin down for an afternoon nap. She kept getting up, however, going into the hallway and calling down the half flight of stairs to where my mom and I were trying to have a cuppa and a conversation, about how unfair it was that we got to stay up and she had to take a nap. I would go to the bottom of the stairs and calmly explain to her why she needed sleep more than the adults. She would give in and go back to bed. Then she’d come to the top of the stairs and the
discussion argument would start up all over again.
A good twenty minutes into this, my teenage sister came home from school, listened for a few seconds then asked my mom “How long?” My mom replied “too long”.
My sister walked up behind me and whispered “you know you’re arguing with a 4 year old, right?”
To which the only reply I could muster was “you know she’s winning, right?”
Eventually my mother intervened. She walked right past me, up the stairs, picked up the munchkin and announced “Because I’m the Nana and I said so!”
Hang in there Linda, one of these days you’re bound to win a round with Mateo…
Totally missed this! Was thumbing through youtube and spotted this sequel to Mateo’s video!
March 25, 2014
From Cool Gadgets Facebook Page – This had me chuckling over and over.
Which I badly needed considering I’ve just recovered from a major computer crash which set me back a few weeks in all my computer projects – including how I earn a living LOL
Back soon – until then enjoy these two little happy munchkins :)
February 28, 2014
Courtesy of New Jersey [dot] Com
Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, a 12th District
congressional candidate and a member of the committee investigating the George
Washington Bridge scandal tonight called on the governor to consider
resigning over his staff’s role in the controversy.
Watson Coleman was discussing newly released text messages between former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey official David Wildstein and Bridget Kelly, former deputy chief of staff in which the pair disparage a rabbi and jokingly discuss creating traffic problems outside his house.
“And this really is what they’re all about, transactional deals, dismissiveness, remarks that are totally, totally unacceptable in a civilized society, Watson Coleman said during an appearance on MSNBC. “And you know what? The governor needs to think about resigning, and he needs to take all his friends with him because this is sickening.”
Asked by host Al Sharpton why the governor should go when there has so far been no smoking gun to implicate him in the scandal, Watson Coleman said the governor is responsible for the actions of his staff.
“Because he is responsible for everybody that is in the middle of all of this mess, not just this — this is irrespective of just bridgegate,” she said. “This is all the stuff that we’re hearing about all the transactions that are taking place. This is abusiveness. This is bullying. This is disrespectfulness. That’s the way he has been governing. And the one connecting theme here is that he has hired or caused the hiring of each and every one of them. I’m not saying he has done anything legal [sic]. I’m saying it’s unethical and it is not worthy of New Jersey’s citizens.”
All the people responsible for and involved in the GWB lane closures and cover up were personally hand-picked by Gov. Christie. Each had enjoyed handsome salaries at the expense of NI taxpayers. Many have/are enjoyed/enjoying jobs created by the governor and his personal appointees.
They all need to go. And I’m guessing this reaction to a preliminary reading of newly obtained, un-redacted documents is only the beginning of more cries for Christie’s resignation.