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palinbigbazzoo 74 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Jun 21, 2012
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  • A Wyoming man was recovering from a gunshot wound to the arm after his loyal dog accidentally stepped on his gun and discharged it Monday. Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek said Richard Fipps, 46, of Sheridan was working with two employees to move a vehicle and that Fipps was standing beside the truck when the mishap occurred.

    Fipps told the dog, whose name and breed were not known, to get into the back seat of his truck. But when the pup obeyed, it accidentally stepped on Fipps' .300 Winchester Magnum, which was on the backseat, loaded and with the safety turned off. The round struck Fipps in the left arm, and he could end up losing the limb.

  • Another sign Wisconsin isn't doing well under Walker. Rhythms and Booms will not be held ending a 20+ year run. Gee, Walker, if you cut in half your state tax cut to 3M Rhythms and Booms would have the $400,000 they can't raise. Of, course, your campaign fund would have to return half of the $10,000 the 3M PAC gave this year.
    Oh, yeah, cops, paramedics, fire work company, food and beverage vendors and suppliers, NO WORK FOR YOU! Getting kind of all too familiar with that slogan around here, ah?
    Okay, all together now, "Scott Walker, where are the 250,000 jobs you promised?"

  • palinbigbazzoo by palinbigbazzoo Dec 17, 2014 12:17 PM Flag

    McDonald's sales are falling. General Mills, Kelloggs, ConAgra, Nestle, Mondelez, Kraft sales are falling. Demand for food pantries is going up. I'm not buying all is rosy with the economy with low wages. If it wasn't for low crude and low cash crop prices we'd be hurting.

  • "The one about Iraq having weapons of mass destruction and were going to attack the US which was on the other side of the world?"
    "Yes, that's a funny one/"
    "Daddy gets home from his third minimum wage job before you're asleep he'll tell you how wealth is going to trickle down to us from trickle down economics."
    "Mommy, I'm tired of that one, grandpa heard that when he was little during the Reagan administration."
    "Well, then, have you heard the fairy tale how Reagan balanced the federal budget and all was rosy with the US economy?"
    "Yeah, I've heard that one too, he had Alzheimer's and he forgot to balance the budget so he gave us record high deficits I'm going to have to pay off."
    "Reagan did give us all kinds of great military weapons, like pulling fifty year old battleships out mothballs and Star Wars."
    "Yeah, I've heard that one, too, Mommy. The Brits found out large ships were sitting ducks to missiles during the Falklands War and they put the battleships back into mothballs. The Window of Vulnerability was a joke, the Chinese own a third of the US debt, they're not going to nuke it away."
    "How about the one with the drunk Palins and the Thrillainwazzilla?"
    "Oh, Mommy, those Republicans are so funny?"

  • How Reagan's Alzheimer's made him forget his promise to balance the federal budget, all the money that trickled down to the middle class from trickle down economics, trees causing pollution, how ketchup is the vegetable in my school lunch, no new taxes, potato is spelled with an e, how Iraq had weapons of mass destruction so we invaded them and #$%$ Nixon wasn't a #$%$. I just love a good fairy tale, don't you?

  • Reply to

    What a Piece of junk

    by nobankersplease Dec 12, 2014 10:10 AM
    palinbigbazzoo palinbigbazzoo Dec 14, 2014 10:45 PM Flag

    Very poorly managed bank, I got into only because they bought out South Trust, a fairly well managed large regional. South Trust's head soon disappeared after the merger, likely he would have been lambasted for engineering the merger and heading off into retirement.

  • palinbigbazzoo palinbigbazzoo Dec 14, 2014 10:39 PM Flag

    Cheney doesn't have a heart. Hey, cons, respond to this. Cheney's heart transplant was on the dime, well a whole lot of dimes, of the federal taxpayer. Isn't public funded health care socialized medicine?

  • Finally, food served on planes, no bags of peanuts but actual Happy Meals. Playland on plane wings during flight would be perfect for parents who didn't want their kids anymore. Reduced fares as clowns are cheaper to hire than real pilots.

  • Reply to

    real problem is service

    by luvcollegeguys Dec 8, 2014 3:51 PM
    palinbigbazzoo palinbigbazzoo Dec 13, 2014 9:26 AM Flag

    Man, I know where you're coming from. I was in a hurry for a sales pitch for my software and I got a couple of breakfast sandwiches. The belly sounds hit me right during my presentation and hoping nobody else could hear the gurgling was squashed seeing faces trying to hold back snickers. Trying to keep my focus while all I could think of was getting to a toilet for a major blow out was awful. After I was done I got to their comfort facility and the laughter from a couple of guys in the room hearing the gas and liquid coming out was the most humiliating thing I've ever experienced. I think it was part of the reason I didn't get the sale.

  • Hasta la vista, American jobs.

  • Reply to

    Ghost Town

    by corgy02 Dec 11, 2014 2:33 PM
    palinbigbazzoo palinbigbazzoo Dec 12, 2014 8:06 PM Flag

    Scott Walker's neurologist had the same feeling reading Walker's brain scan.

  • palinbigbazzoo palinbigbazzoo Dec 12, 2014 8:03 PM Flag

    I say Cosby is an eight and Clinton is five and half so Cosby is packing 2 and half more inches.

  • palinbigbazzoo by palinbigbazzoo Dec 10, 2014 8:50 PM Flag

    A man who was found dead of a gunshot wound Tuesday morning, Dec. 9, has been identified as Alexander Keith Olenslager, 22, of Eagle Creek.

    Responding Clackamas County sheriff’s deputies found his body in an outhouse on a property in the 27400 block of Southeast Highway 224.

    The sheriff’s office issued a press release stating the death is believed to be accidental.

    Deputies said they were told by Olenslager’s family members that he had been having a problem with one of his firearms.

    According to the sheriff’s office, evidence was found that indicated Olenslager was trying remove a stuck cartridge from a malfunctioning weapon when it discharged shortly afterwards his colon discharged its contents, too.

    The sheriff’s office and Clackamas County Medical Examiner’s Office continue to investigate the incident.

  • If he was bad the first time think how bad he would be this time as he is now experienced.

  • "Can't help you there," replied George W. Bush turning back to watch the Ranger game and picking his nose.
    "I like them french fried potatoe uh huh," was all Dan "Sling Blade" Quayle could mouth.
    Sarah Palin perceiving Cain had a medical issue turned to her classic line "We used to hustle over the border for health care we received in Canada. And I think now, isn't that ironic?
    Scott Walker replied "They must have not taught thinking until the senior year of college, I didn't get that far. I'm calling the Koch brothers to see were I should go on this."
    "I feel for you Scott, I flunked out of college, too. I'll take Herman hunting." #$%$ Cheney added.
    Bill Crosby stepped up, "You are right Sarah, it's medical, I have the pills and we just need a woman for Herman."

  • "Can't help you there," replied George W. Bush.
    "I like them french fried potatoe uh huh," was all Dan "Sling Blade" Quayle could mouth.
    Sarah Palin new to the word think turned to her boiler plate standard "Obviously, we've got to stand with our North Korean allies."
    Scott Walker replied "They must have not taught thinking until the senior year of college, I didn't get that far. Koch Brothers HELP!"
    "I feel for you Scott, I flunked out of college, too. Anybody want to go hunting with me?" #$%$ Cheney added.

  • palinbigbazzoo by palinbigbazzoo Dec 4, 2014 10:05 AM Flag

    Scathing article. HE has been issuing stock and bonds for years to pay its high dividend, Hawaiians have been installing solar panels at incredible speed the last couple of years to avoid HE high electric rates. The only positive thing about HE is the S&L which won't be part of the acquisition, wisely so as NEE isn't a bank. NEE needs to bring in Jesus Christ to resurrect this corpse.

  • Up to 60 workers are being fired.
    All together now, be loud so Walker can hear, see he hasn't been in the state since the election, "Scott Walker, where are the 250,000 jobs you promised?"
    Tune in tomorrow as a Wisconsin corporation finds the solution to the immigration policy.

  • palinbigbazzoo palinbigbazzoo Dec 1, 2014 4:14 PM Flag

    Thanks for posting this. Wisconsin press has the Wis Manufacturing Association so far up its posteriors they don't report anything negative about Wisconsin companies.

  • Roundy's, Wisconsin's grocery wholesaler and store owner, lost $5.19 per share last quarter. Their competitor, headquartered next door in Minnesota, Supervalu, closed their Wisconsin grocery stores about five years ago. Funny, way for a state to be open for business when a necessity like food can't make you a buck.
    All together now, "Scott Walker, where are the 250,000 jobs you promised?"
    Tune in tomorrow as we get back into the layoffs.

JNJ
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