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says thank you.
2008-08-04 - 1:24 p.m.
Made it to the family reunion on Saturday. Met a myriad of cousins. Had lots of food foisted on me (but I didn't over-do it).
Then I made it home safely and relaxed.
There's a website called CarbonReset.com that says it will release a cubic foot of CO2 for every time it is viewed.
Love to know how they're doing it.
The unemployment rate is 5.7%, and it's a catastrophe, right?
So why is it, when Clinton was president, 5.5% was considered "full employment"?
And did anyone notice that, when the minimum wage went up, unemployment among teenagers went up to the highest it's been in sixteen years?
Two Tennessee mothers went to their tanning salon...leaving their kids in the cars, with the doors unlocked and the engines running.
The oldest child was two years old.
Now THIS is what I call "recycling"!
Okay, I'm outta here.
Be seeing you.
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