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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

CBS: Alligator pays a visit to Fla. Walmart

I can imagine that was an unexpected and rather scary visit. I bet everyone was chomping at the bit to see it leave. They must have let out a sigh of relief when it did. I don't think the exit was accompanied by a 'See you later, alligator', but more by the question: 'When is gator season'?

Fox News: SLIPPING AWAY? Poverty pushing American Dream out of many's reach.
I don't exactly agree with it being pushed out of the reach of many. We can still dream. I would lean more towards the fact that the American Dream is literally turning into a living nightmare.

On the other hand, after reading Fox News: Okla. teen finds 3.85-carat diamond at Arkansas park I would suggest we keep on dreaming. You just never know. The entire situation can turn on a dime, or a dollar, or trillions of dollars.

Since the president's healthcare bill has been in the news for a while now, I can't get around it. Apparently, neither could he and he held another speech in which he was so alert to know exactly when the lights of the lady behind him were about to go out.

CNN: Woman almost faints in Obama's arms.
If we would receive a dollar for every 'fainting' person he notices in his audience, we would soon be out of debt.

All good and well, but CBS: What's being done to fix website's bugs?
That is a good question. Coming up with an adequate answer is still bugging the stew out of them, and us.

Fox News: 5 million reasons to delay ObamaCare?
We don't need that many. We can suffice with bringing up just this one reason.

It is not working!



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