Vicki, you're the best. I'm certain that the One who presides over us all is watching and seeing your good deeds.
Wow Connor, I like the part about the female educator inquisition.
Talk about a ramble. I can't argue with anything being said, because I don't know what the heck you're talking about.
Those "no weapons allowed" signs started popping up all over the country shortly after they blew up those office buildings in New York City on 9/11/2001.
This whole thing sounds flimsy to me.
The time is fast approaching when a higher value will be placed upon water than on petroleum.
Hope it doesn't take as long as the "other" work that was done on East McCarty.
People may not always believe what you say, but they will always believe what you do.
The labor movement. The people who brought you the weekend. The people who brought you workmen's compensation insurance, unemployment insurance, company sponsored health insurance, the 40 hour work week, time and a half pay, workplace safety and health laws, minimum wage laws, not to mention child labor laws. Of course these these are things that businesses COULD offer their workers without being pressured by organized labor but that isn't what history shows. History shows that businesses typically grind and squeeze every thing they can out of their workers before throwing them out like an old hat. Nothing personal of course, that's just business. No, the average businessman cares little or nothing about equal rights, workplace safety, environmental responsibility or human dignity. Only when the law provides penalties that are more costly than doing the honorable thing, do greedy businesses step up to the plate and do what decency demands. Read your history and you will find that a lot of people died (literally) to bring common working people a fair shake in the workplace. It wasn't always like it is today and obviously there is still room for improvement. Anyway, you would have to be a working man (or woman) to understand what I am saying. If you've never actually worked on an assembly line or shoveled hog manure, the concepts I present here will probably fly right over your head.
I certainly do not need you to lecture me on who is truly my brother. I am Mr. Linoge.
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