Making the Leap, Changing the World In response to the Bruce Jenner transgender story, which has been a bit rebarbative for some, sangfroid to others but ph balanced for a woman. It was however, for one North Dakota State student, an opportunity to make a wave of his own and for many specific food eaters on this planet, all the while quite possibly changing the course of history for the better.
His only guide on this journey is Al, who appears in the form of a Hologram that only Sam can see and hear, so as Dr. Samuel Beckett travels through time, leaping from life to life, striving to make right where once went wrong and hoping each time, that his next leap, will be the leap home.
With this proclamation, it gave so many others hope and promise to be relieved of such a burden that his comment has been liked 388 Times, 388. A few freed bagel lovers replied to his dramatic writings with such great joy and free expression. Here is one from Joseph Trainor:
I did too!!!
This next one took the cake, a very touching, heartfelt message from Marcos:
You're an inspiration to us all Seth.
Carry on Seth and all Bagel Lovers across the world, Mr. MacLeod has your back.
Cosmos with Neil DeGrasse Tyson is so good its so fun Sunday Nights 9pm Eastern Standard Time on Fox. Maybe Neil and Jack Bauer should switch places that would be fun, so fun so good oh my gosh ahhh wow. -JF
The Top 1% The rules of economic globalization are likewise designed to benefit the rich: they encourage competition among countries for business, which drives down taxes on corporations, weakens health and environmental protections, and undermines what used to be viewed as the “core” labor rights, which include the right to collective bargaining. Imagine what the world might look like if the rules were designed instead to encourage competition among countries for workers. Governments would compete in providing economic security, low taxes on ordinary wage earners, good education, and a clean environment—things workers care about. But the top 1 percent don’t need to care.
ok the Blue Jays is going alittle too far but it could get interesting starting with this matchup Friday night at Fenway Park. Jim. Thanks Jerry, well as you know Today was Puppy love at the Park day and boy what a turnout even in this sweltering heat that has been so relentless these past few days. The heat did not deter many puppy lovers from celebrating the companionship these wonderful creatures give so many young and old. Meteorologist Ben Kramer joins us now and you know, Ben, I mean what can you do ha, I go to get the mail today and i'm dripping sweat by the time i get back in the house and so my wife comes over and nag nag nag hahaha "you lettin all these bugs in!" hey who pays the bills around here ya dumb twat get me a sandwich pahahahaa ya know ahahahaa does this look like a kitchen to you? hahaha so please tell us, is there any relief in sight heading into the break, well Jim I have some great news for you, your bitchy wife and all of you out there at home as we will see a cold front sweep through this weekend dropping temperatures into the low 70s and cool comfortable sleeping weather returns bringing heavy showers along with it, lets go to the weather map and you can see this low trough bearing down on us from the north cooling the atmosphere and ahhhh oh yeah break open that cool beer, lemonade whatever you got and relax in this comfortable weather we have in store for Saturday and Sunday also into next week! Take a look at the weather spotters reporting around the area today, Beth in Ramonsport reports a stifling temperature of 101, Stanley in Bath 98 alittle cooler to the south 96 and 97. Heading into tomorrow, precipitation should pick up around mid to late afternoon maybe a spot of lightning heading into the early evening hours. The 7 day forecast, oh and what a beauty, temperatures drop off as we now head into the fall, alittle wet but nothing that substantial in low lying areas. Enjoy the weekend everybody. OK thanks Ben.