Sunday, June 28, 2015

"Don’t work – don’t waste your money"

From Knuckledraggin My Life Away:

"Hey, you know me – if I find something that is a good deal, I share it with you. But this shit? I could’ve spent the money on premium porn for all the good it did me. No numbing sensation or nothin’ – all it did was make my hands and dick greasy so you know where that led…..

"And CharlieGodammit [his dog's name] dry humped my leg for 3 days afterwards. Not the company’s legs, mine. That’s unforgivable right there.

"Yeah, I’m giving this product 0 stars as it was advertised, but 3 stars for being a mild aphrodisiac and I’m taking those away as a penalty for the fucking dog jizz everywhere".

"Ladies? Is this for real?????"

From Knuckledraggin My Life Away:

Cats and Dogs

Charlie and I are going skydiving that weekend.

"The Sloth is my Spirit Animal"

From The Lonely Libertarian :

I'm the sloth, too.

"City Of Racine residents start planting flowers in potholes in the streets throughout the city."

From Racine Community Media:

"Lakesha Washington and her team have taken to the streets themselves to draw attention to the terrible and unsafe road conditions throughout the City Of Racine. 'We started with repeated calls to the city, no one was listening. These kids out here are in danger, cars swerve to miss potholes, putting pedestrians and other drivers at high risk, Northwestern Ave. is the worst!'

"'If the city won’t do anything about it, we will do our part!'”

"Machinery Row and Rodney Blackwell hit with FRAUD & BREACH OF CONTRACT LAWSUIT!!"

From Racine Community Media:
"Racine- Another lawsuit has been filed against the Machinery Row project and Rodney Blackwell. This time it’s alleged fraud and breach of contract. Questions are now circulating as to how far Racine city officials are involved in this whole mess. Asked earlier in the week by the Racine Journal Times, both Mayor Dickert and City Administrator Tom Friedel declined to comment.

"Michael Knight claims Blackwell and Machinery Row have not delivered on financial guarantees and have falsely represented themselves. Knight said he provided extensive and ongoing services covering several hundreds of hours to the project, such as reviewing and amending tax credit applications, He claims his services on the Machinery Row project included, meeting with public officials, negotiating with public entities, and working with lenders on project financing.

"Knight is also seeking damages as determined by a trial.

"City Development Director Brian O’Connell who has been involved in a lot of the behind the scenes work for Machinery Row has just unexpectedly retired from his position as City Development Director with the city. O’Connell is now attempting to take Lisa Parham’s vacated seat on the Racine School Board."

"Kenosha County Sheriff say’s indictments are likely from city I.T. Department investigation."

From Racine Community Media:

"Kenosha County’s sheriff David Beth, called an email recovered during an investigation of the city’s computer system 'a crystal in the tip of the iceberg' of illegal activity, and he predicted various city employees will be indicted.

"Sheriff David Beth made the remarks in an address to the Kenosha Joint Services Board, the Kenosha News reported

"Sheriff Beth’s department is not involved in the investigation, which is being handled by the FBI, the state division of criminal investigations and the Racine County Sheriff’s Department.

"Read more at the link below."

Friday, June 26, 2015

"Jon Stewart: Charleston 'Is Like Confederate Epcot'"

Weekday Funny

That was my career choice, too.

Four for Fridays

Hello everyone and welcome back! Another week has come and gone... More of the old same, same old thing. This time, I'm having a longer weekend. Anyways, your questions....

1) Who does the packing for a vacation?

2) What major surgery you've had?

3) Any summer movie do you want to see?

4) Do you think the Confederate flag is racist?

Enjoy your weekend!

Open Blog - Friday

Where are your pants?

Thursday, June 25, 2015

"Open Unified seat draws a crowd"

From The Journal

"RACINE — No less than 15 people have applied to temporarily fill a vacant seat on the Racine Unified School District’s Board of Education.

"The seat was formerly held by Lisa Parham, who resigned from the board earlier this month amid rumors that she has a felony conviction on her record and is therefore ineligible to hold public office in Wisconsin.

"She was elected in April and had been on the board for barely six weeks.

"District residents looking to fill her seat had a two-week period to submit paperwork to the district or any board member to apply for the position. That period ended at the end of business Thursday.

"The 15 candidates include former board member Guadalupe Rendón, 69, of Racine, who lost his seat on the board in April, and Bryn Biemeck, 29, of Racine, who also unsuccessfully ran for a seat on the board in April, as well as retiring City of Racine Development Director Brian O’Connell, 61, of Racine.

"The other candidates are Deborah Lynn Cappello, 51, of Racine, Nikki Fisher, 67, of Wind Point, Armintta Franklin, 55, of Racine, David Hall Jr., 59, of Wind Point, Marlo Harmon, 45, of Racine and who has previously ran for City Council, JoAnn Hattix, 57, of Racine, Kelly Highman, 40, of Racine, Larry Jones, 51, of Mount Pleasant, Stephen Kalmar II, 55, of Racine and former Racine poet laureate, John Koetz, 51, of Mount Pleasant, Yasin Mahdi, 32, of Racine, and Linda Thalacker, 67, of Mount Pleasant.

"The board will appoint one of these candidates at a special meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday July 2 at the district’s Administration Services Campus, 3109 Mount Pleasant St.

"The one appointed will temporarily fill the seat until it goes up for election in April."

Roundabout from Hell

Racine is going to put one of these on every corner in the city.

"A little more realistic, don’t you think?"

From Knuckledraggin My Life Away:

Beautifying the Neighborhood

I kinda like it.

A Surprise in the Rose

Hi, there.