Friday, August 29, 2014

Too Busy To Blog

I never thought I would see a sign in a local business  in Bismarck ND that says closed due to lack of work force...
Yes, this Dairy Queen is one of the older ones in town and always closes in the fall, but before school starts in August? Really?


Our business is suffering too with being shorthanded. The bright side is I get to do three peoples jobs!
I hope to resume some resemblance of blogging in the near future.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Hands Up Don't Shoot

I have not been a fan of the Redskins since the George Allen days, but I will root for every team the skins play from here on out...


Pathetic, ignorant and should be fined by the league!

Tuesday's Tune

One of my all time favorites...

Monday, August 11, 2014

Liar In Chief (still a liar) Lies Again

8 million my ass...


 The nation's third-largest health insurer had 720,000 people sign up for exchange coverage as of May 20, a spokesman confirmed to IBD. At the end of June, it had fewer than 600,000 paying customers. Aetna expects that to fall to "just over 500,000" by the end of the year.
That would leave Aetna's paid enrollment down as much as 30% from that May sign-up tally.
"I think we will see some attrition ... We're already seeing it. And we expect that to continue through the end of the year," CEO Mark Bertolini said in a July.
Off only 30%? I wonder who watches his golf scorecard?

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Liar In Chief (still a liar) Lies Again

About those health care premiums, that wouldn't rise as fast as before?


Floridians who buy health insurance on the individual market for next year will face an average increase of 13.2 percent in their monthly premiums, according to rate proposals unveiled Monday by the state’s Office of Insurance Regulation. …
Fourteen companies filed ACA-compliant plans for Florida’s 2015 individual market, including three new companies that did not participate on the federally-run exchange last year.
Of the 11 returning plans, eight filed average rate increases ranging from 11 to 23 percent, and three filed rate decreases ranging from 5 to 12 percent, the state’s insurance regulator reported.
His lips moved, therefore he lied, as well as every other liberal bastard who voted for this POS.