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September 11, 2013

Guaranteed to put a smile...

on your face... and a reminder that ...in spite of all the world's chaos...we are bound together by our humanity....our similarities ...  more than our differences.

 

Enjoy.

 

-- Jim R.

 

Go to: https://www.youtube.com/embed/Pwe-pA6TaZk?rel=0

"What's My Line, Dorothy Kilgallen?"

WHAT'S MY LINE, DOROTHY KILGALLEN?


Last night, President Obama told us he's reserving the right to attack Syria because 'it's still on the table' and that 'Bashar Al Assad crossed the line.'


ObamaSpeaking.jpgOn the table


Off the table


Over the line


On the line


Cross the line


What line


Moving on down the line


It ain't my line, officer


Who stole my line


Roses are red, violets are blue, cross my red line and I'll do you.


bashar-al-assad.jpgWhat's my line, Dorothy Kilgallen?




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September 02, 2013

When 'Free' Ain't So Free At Your McDonald's

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When “Free” Ain’t So Free

At Your Local McDonald's


Here in Michigan, the local McDonald’s promotes this “Buy Five, Get One Free” coffee program.

The only problem is that you may be paying nearly TRIPLE for that “free” Large Hot McCafe or Premium Roast.

In Kansas City recently, I went through the McDonald’s Drive In and was surprised to find the same cup of coffee 60 cents cheaper than here.

 “Is that coffee on some special discount,” I asked the Kansas City McDonald’s window clerk.  “Regular price,” she replied.

I noticed they weren’t offering the “buy five, get one free” program.

So redeeming that “free” McDonald’s cup of jo, after you paste in the five stickers on that promotion card, may actually be costing you, in aggregate, about $3 more – compared to other McDonalds.

 

Where is Ronald McDonald when you need him?