. . . and reruns of Lawrence Welk.
I mean, really, now.
Via PoliticalProf. Follow the link for his comment.
Lowest since just after President George the Worst started his war on workers.
The Labor Department said Thursday that weekly applications for unemployment aid fell 23,000 to a seasonally adjusted 264,000, the lowest level since April 2000.
The four-week average of applications, a less volatile measure, dropped 4,250 to 283,500, the lowest level since June 2000.
Why do some campaign types think that I would be interested in emails “From: [somebody]‘s iPhone”?
It’s not cute. It’s not clever. It’s not even mildly amusing.
It’s stupid and silly.
The hunt for politeness.
He is accused of firing a shot from a 12-gauge shotgun toward ducks while hunting on the west side of the Schroon River, across the river from Adirondack Adventure Resorts campground. He was off duty at the time.
A man who was outside a camper called police after he heard a shot fired, and was hit in the leg with a small projectile. Police believe the projectile was a pellet from duck shot, fired from about 400 feet away. It did not penetrate his skin or go through his pants, officials said. He suffered a bruise that did not require medical treatment.
He said he saw the campground, but he told hisself it was closed so he go shoot.
Werner Herzog’s Bear has another excellent blog post on Republicans’ skills at turning fear into power.
Just read it.
. . . but the thief slipped away like a greased pig.
The 36,000 pounds of shortening in a semitrailer stolen Sunday from St. Petersburg is still missing, police said early Wednesday.
Authorities found the semitrailer late Monday abandoned in Hialeah, police have said. It was bound for a Publix distribution center in Lakeland before it was stolen from Coastal Towing on 118th Ave. N, according to St. Petersburg police.