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  1. 21 days ago on In Security

    Can’t see the forest for the trees…

  2. 2 months ago on Sarah's Scribbles

    Is that the wavy knife cutter for crinkle cut french fries?

  3. 2 months ago on In Security

    Poor Sam never had a chance.

  4. 3 months ago on Sarah's Scribbles

    #TRUTH

  5. 5 months ago on Dude and Dude

    It is important to present correct information to maintain credibility with your audience. For example: If you present to your audience that you are capable of presenting comedy, the underlying assumption is that you are capable of communication in the medium in an effective and efficient way to ensure the delivery of your comedy. We expect mechanics to grab the right tool for the car they are working on. We expect pilots to file correct plans.We expect doctors to write the right prescription.

    “So” it’s important to the art. “So” dismissing the importance of being correct as much as you possibly can gives way to mediocre being the goal – and there are enough mediocre people in the world!

  6. 8 months ago on Luann

    Guess who’s going to fail Chemistry? hmmm

  7. 9 months ago on Luann

    A lot of comments here state how Gunther “lost” Tiffany. Seems like the lot didn’t see that Tiffany wasn’t trying to be “won.”

  8. 9 months ago on Luann

    Totally annoying that she created this situation, then gets to get mad about it. She’s supposed to be savvy about relationships between men and women, but she doesn’t get this one?I’d expect Luann had already read not to create this environment, or asked her friends. Tiffany probably should communicate more with her female friends – and stop trying to turn both of these young men into her “(girl)friends.”

  9. 11 months ago on JumpStart

    Seriously? Ya still going to complain about an “Obama Apology Tour,” when in Helsinki, Benedict Donald “The Orange Dotard” Trump surrendered the USA on Russian terms (only a few weeks after he’d already surrendered the USA on DPRK terms) on camera before the entire world?

    Ya lost ya bona fides… Ya lies are already evidenced.

  10. 11 months ago on JumpStart

    Yeah, finding someone who can afford the $1M a year annual cost for staff (at least!), that’s the hard part!