Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Sunday, October 24, 2010
As predicted, the Alabama Crimson Tide handed the head of the ORANGE CRUSH of the Tennessee Volunteers, on a platter this evening in Knoxville, TN!
With a phenomenal 41 – 10 victory over the Volunteers, the Crimson Tide Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Saturday, October 2, 2010
A dear, longtime friend of mine recently made a difficult and heart wrenching decision to euthanize his beloved pet. He is an excellent writer, and shared about his decision in the following post.
“On Saturday September 18th, I lost something else that meant the world to me. I finally had to make that awful decision to put my oldest dog Sam, to sleep. I admit it was one of the most difficult decisions I have ever had to make. With deeply loved pets, it is the ultimate contradiction: Along with the joy of ownership comes the agony of responsibility. Like anything that you love, you always know in the back of your mind that the day will eventually come when you have to let it go. Even though you know, you can never quite prepare yourself for it fully and you still can never quite say goodbye. I knew someday the day was going to come for Roxie, but I did not have to make the decision for her, as I did with Sam. Roxie passed away before I had the chance to make it. Sam was a different case. She was Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Thursday, December 17, 2009
Nine TRILLION, one hundred BILLION…
Remember another number.
During the reign of King George W. Bush, just TWO of his failed policies have cost Americans $9,100,000,000,000.
What two failed policies are those?
The Bu$h tax cuts, and the creation of a Rx (prescription drug “benefit” written wholly by Big Pharmaceutical industry cronies.
The U.S. Census Bureau’s most current estimation of the population of the United States places 308,171,505 people in the United States as of December 17, 2009.
Put another way, that’s a cost of $29, 529 per person.
As a result of deregulation of the financial industries – banks, insurance and stock brokerages – thus creating one giant incestuous financial orgy, Americans have directly suffered under the thumbs of bankers and insurance companies, while their Wall Street cohorts, in conjunction with imaginative thieves, have twiddled and fiddled to create “investment derivatives” – essentially a Ponzi schemed fiscal fraud – out of thin air. That house of cards having collapsed, has revealed what was suspected all along. Outside the transparent dressing room of his glass house, the king had no clothes.
Driven by greed and an insatiable lust for more, …Continue…
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