Saturday Night’s Alright For Open Thread


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I was born and raised in a different country - America. I don't know what this place is.
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23 Responses to Saturday Night’s Alright For Open Thread

  1. fif says:

    Snow, snow, snow here in the Northeast. I ate too much and drank too much red wine too many days in a row, and now I am in a post-holiday slothful state, reading a really good book I got for Christmas, “Wild” by Cheryl Strayed about her trek on the Pacific Crest Trail. Cozy.

  2. DeniseVB says:

    You can remove mine myiq….I don’t know how too…..

  3. HELENK says:

    a look at the world for those that are snowed in

  4. catarina says:

    Flu-ed in.
    Have watched as many episodes of Game of Thrones as I could find online. Got really hooked and had to know what happened next.
    In my feverish state I may have just added HBO to cable package.
    Cannot be held responsible for my actions at this time.

  5. HELENK says:

    sometimes I comment about the mummer’s strut
    here is a link to see the Philadelphia Mummers Parade on Jan 1 2013
    this parade is over 100 years old

    • HELENK says:

      unless congress does something soon, I will be cheaper to buy a cow to get milk for your family

      • swanspirit says:

        by Dr. Susan Berry
        While politicians have kept the focus on the fiscal cliff and displaced anger toward law-abiding citizens who own guns, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) was able to quietly overturn longstanding precedents to give unions some Christmas gifts that will ultimately hand them a windfall.
        In the steamrolling style that is now the hallmark of the Obama administration and its extensions, the NLRB voted 3-1 to gut the Supreme Court’s 1988 Communication Workers of America v. Beck decision, whereby union workers in non-right-to-work states were able to withhold the portion of their dues that unions spend on political activism. The NLRB now allows that unions no longer are required to provide proof, through audits of their finances, to so-called “Beck objectors” that their money is not spent on union politics.

        In addition to saving unions from mandatory financial audits, the NLRB also decided that lobbying expenses are now “chargeable to [Beck] objectors, to the extent that they are germane to collective bargaining, contract administration, or grievance adjustment.”

        These new rules mean that workers who are forced to join unions and pay union dues have less control than ever over how their money is spent by union leaders. Labor bosses can now spend those funds on just about any lobbying expense whatsoever and never have to justify it.

  6. westcoaster says:

    so they’re not in the Dominican Republic. It doesn’t matter- I’m sure they’ll find a great place to party 🙂

    • catarina says:

      Nice fake backwater redneck schtick.
      Aint “y’all” feelin’ better now?

      Anyone thinking of getting a firearms permit, the time is NOW.
      There are good safety classes and instructors around and they help with the process.

    • leslie says:

      Now y’all know I don’t care for bronco. But it has got sooo bad that when I know, I abso-f*ckin-lutely know, that I’m gonna be subjected to his voice, I swiftly bypass whatever is presented to me. Unfortunately, this time I decided to click on play, and simply ruined the last Sunday morning of 2012 – by all accounts, one of the worst years – if not the worst – of this decade.
      DAMN! ear bleach – it burns……………

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