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  1. treesareus commented on Soup to Nutz about 3 hours ago

    Closer than most people could get.

  2. treesareus commented on Pluggers about 4 hours ago

    She wouldn’t be a plugger if it was a three wheeler.

  3. treesareus commented on FoxTrot Classics about 4 hours ago

    Yes, teachers often make pretty good coin compared to the general population. Many of them work in the summer because they have little else to do. University teachers often make serious wages. Consider that Senator Elizabeth Warren made $400,000 a year teaching one class.

  4. treesareus commented on Graffiti 1 day ago

    Yep, just like “earning” $25 million in speaking fees in a couple of years. “But I have got to pay the bills.”

  5. treesareus commented on Drabble 1 day ago

    Yet there are some in this country that say youngsters like Norman and Echo should be paid “a living wage”.

  6. treesareus commented on The Born Loser 1 day ago

    You are so right about Heenan73’s comment Egrayj. I am sad for Heenan73, going through such an empty life.

  7. treesareus commented on The Other Coast 2 days ago

    Sheep dogs, usually Great Pyrenees in this part of the Rocky Mountains, don’t stand a chance against the imported McKinsey Valley wolves. The wolves kill the sheep, the sheep dogs and the herding dogs all for the fun of it. They leave most of the sheep that they kill to rot. Like most canines, they chase things that run from them and when the animal stops running the game is over with that one so it is time to move on to the next one.

  8. treesareus commented on Frank & Ernest 2 days ago

    If a “minimum wage worker” was allowed to put his Social Security contribution (about 7%) into a total stock market fund, at the end of 45 years he would have more money in the stock market than he earned in those 45 years.

  9. treesareus commented on Frank & Ernest 2 days ago

    A friend of mine inherited $2,000 worth of Standard Oil stock in 1954. He just left it alone for all that time. That stock is now worth over $400,000. The present net worth of the $2,000 in 1954 is $17,000 today, so the value increased by $383,000.

  10. treesareus commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 days ago

    I agree. Pure male bovine excrement.