Yummy, Do idiots taste differently than the rest of us? You know we could probably pay for the health-care reform public option if we weren’t paying for all of those military contractors and especially these guys to take vodka shots off each others butts.
You wouldn’t want this dog chasing many cars, especially given the outcome. (Unless you owned a tire store)
Dog puts a bite on deputy’s tires
The tires on a Cumberland County deputy’s patrol car were no match for a pit bull that bit and flattened them Sunday, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
The dog deflated all four tires on the cruiser of a deputy who was responding to a complaint about another dog, said Debbie Tanna, spokeswoman for the Sheriff’s Office.
The call was placed at 6:20 p.m. by Gloria Bass of the 6600 block of Fire Department Road near Hope Mills, Tanna said.
Bass reported that a dog was chasing her daughter, who was riding a bicycle, and trying to bite the back tire.
Deputy Lynn Lavallis was sent to investigate and found nothing when she arrived – no dog and no girl riding a bicycle, Tanna said.
Lavallis parked her cruiser in Bass’ driveway and went to speak with the woman.
That’s when Bass’ dog, a pit bull, went on the attack, biting the four tires.
This explains a lot about the Sotomayor hearing and the ranking Republican on the Judiciary Confirmation Committee, Jeff Sessons (R-Ala). No wonder he kept repeating himself during Sotomayor’s testimony. But he wasn’t the only senator chatting it up, so there must of been enough crack to go around. Politico crunched the numbers on the comments during the hearing and the senators talked circles around the nominee. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) ranked no.1 followed by Jon Kyl (R-Ariz) no.2 and Jeff Sessions (R-Ala) ranked no.3 most chatty.
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) came in at number three with his passionate and colorful exchanges with Sotomayor: His total was 6,626 words. Sessions focused on Sotomayor’s 2001 “wise Latina” speech and the failed confirmation of federal judge Miguel Estrada, who was nominated by George W. Bush. It was not the first time the two have met: When Sotomayor was considered for a post on the U.S. Court of appeals for the 2nd Circuit in 1997, Sessions was one of those questioning Sotomayor.
Read the entire Politco piece here
This photo just leaked to BBS shows the fixer-upper Ruth Madoff purchased with the change she had hidden from the Feds. She purchased the new digs in Butner over looking the landfill, to be near her husband Bernie Madoff . Sources tell us she said things were looking up for her now that she has chosen the wallpaper pattern for her cabinets. Also several locals donated items as trailer warming gifts. Reportedly the items included a complete set of salad bowls that say “Cool Whip” on the side, Dale Earndhart bed sheets and a velvet Elvis painting. The neighbors plan to help her decorate her stairs for Christmas.
We will update you with more as it becomes available