Why sentence structure is so crucial.Business was terrible and not picking up. The boss had to fire somebody, and he narrowed it down to one of two people, Debra or Jack. It was an impossible decision because they were both super workers. Rather than flip a coin, he decided he would fire the first one who used the water cooler the next morning.Debra came in the next morning with a horrible hangover after partying all night. She went to the cooler to take an aspirin.The boss approached her and said, " Debra, I’ve never done this before but I have to either lay you or Jack off.”
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Posted by Chief Nose Wetter at 10:44 PM
As time goes on, cars are becoming less of a symbol of freedom and status, and more like automated golf carts that coddle their drivers.
Every other year they add more features that take the driver’s ability out of the loop, and track the whereabouts of said driver, with the ultimate endgame being a car that simply drives itself, that can be stopped remotely, that you can’t modify, and you probably won’t even own.
In the name of “safety,” these machines are no longer being built as an expression of your freedom to travel and your standard of living.
So perhaps this new piece of legislation being proposed by New York Congresswoman, Kathleen Rice, isn’t very surprising. What was once the punishment for delinquent drivers, may soon become a new standard. She wants to force car manufactures to install ignition interlock devices, also known as a breathalyzer, on all new vehicles. If your blood alcohol content is higher than the legal limit, your car won’t start. She explained her reasoning in a recent press release. “Advancing the progress we’ve made combating drunk driving demands bold action…that’s why I’m working on legislation to require ignition interlock devices in all new cars. This technology saves lives, it saves money, and I’m going to fight to make it standard equipment in American cars.”
Posted by Chief Nose Wetter at 12:49 PM
Monday, July 27, 2015
NEW YORK (AP) — The Boy Scouts of America on Monday ended its blanket ban on gay adult leaders while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion for religious reasons.The new policy, aimed at easing a controversy that has embroiled the Boy Scouts for years, takes effect immediately. It was approved by the BSA's National Executive Board on a 45-12 vote during a closed-to-the-media teleconference.
"For far too long this issue has divided and distracted us," said the BSA's president, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates. "Now it's time to unite behind our shared belief in the extraordinary power of Scouting to be a force for good."
Posted by Chief Nose Wetter at 10:29 PM