"Total tolerance is not a virtue, it is a total lack of principles." — Plainsman 2016
And here are a couple more…
"Never trust a republican with your PUBLIC LAND. Never trust a democrat with your FIREARMS.”
— Bernie Kuntz 2016
"To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible.
— Thomas Aquinas
This is too funny not to share. See German man's car found 20 years after he lost it in parking garage.
"Almost every driver has been there — when parking in a large lot or garage, it can be easy to misplace a car.
But while most drivers locate their cars after a frustrating few minutes, one German man has been searching for two decades."
Walking in from the parking lot into work this morning, on the sidewalk I saw what looked like a trail of blood. There was a big spot of it at the top of the sidewalk, and it dwindled as it continued downhill toward the front door. What the…? This building is out in the middle of formerly beautiful countryside. Maybe a coyote (or a pack) killed a deer? Anyway, good morning!
I'm working on an arrangement with my employer whereby I flip off Trump's motorcade, get photographed doing it, get fired for it, then have a “go fund me” campaign pay me $100K. Wish me luck!
THIS JUST IN: Woman who flipped off trump motorcade wins election
Got off the phone with @NASA. Had to tell 'em, "Look, I'm not willing to relocate. Stop calling!" OK, so it wasn't actually NASA, I didn't say exactly that, and it wasn't actually a job offer. A recruiter did call about an opportunity there, though. I'm not a COMPLETE liar.
Man behind the counter: What kind of meat?
Me: If by "ham" you mean "tuna," then yes.
In addition to "honoring our veteran's," how about if we honor our teachers who taught us punctuation, spelling, and the difference between possessive and plural? 🙂
Lionel Rocha Holmes Memorial DNA Fund
Lionel Rocha Holmes (1919-2017) was an important part of the Sacramento, CA Portuguese community.
He was one of the founders of the Portuguese Historical & Cultural Society (PHCS), a former PHCS president, former Cabrillo Club president, author of Portuguese Pioneers of the Sacramento Area, the editor of O Progresso which is the quarterly newsletter of the PHCS, and a recipient of the Gold Medal of Merit awarded by the Portuguese government for his active role and contributions to the Portuguese community.
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