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Friday, July 8, 2011

Fox News: Police: Robbers Steal $1M From Security Company

It seems like nothing is safe these days. If even a security company can be robbed, then why even bother protecting our own old sock? I don't think the company expected the money would go through the roof and therefore didn't ensure that possibility was out of the question.

Well, that also throws a wrench in the works concerning the ABC: Six Keys to the Debt Ceiling Debate. It is obvious that no keys are needed and the ceiling is rather easy to break through. Maybe they ought to debate some higher standards for the ceiling, before discussing using any keys.

A simple way would be using tin roofing and heating it up. Whoever sets foot on it will not be able to stay long enough trying to get in the building.

They would hit the roof in no time!



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