Wrapping up the week that was…
- People whose biggest decision last Sunday was centered on “Should we celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Chevy’s or Chili’s” should’ve just stayed home.
- Quote of the day on Cinco de Mayo, which if you need a reminder was on a Sunday:
If you’re gonna be hungover on a Monday you might as well be horse too so you don’t have to hear yourself.
- You know you’re a captain in the nerd army when you have a backpack with a built in solar panel to charge all your geek tools of the trade.
In this week’s News Ripped from the Headlines:
- There are many places I’d like to live, but this week I added a new one to the list of places I’d never live.
The neighborhood where that dude kept 3 women held up for over a decade. Seriously neighbors, how could you not notice something odd going on for that long? Clearly they don’t have many block parties.
- Benghazi. The fact that 4 people lost their lives sucks. The cover up, to down play what was really going on there and what it looks like really happened, is what’s going to bring a bunch of government peeps down. Don’t believe me…see Watergate.
- Randy Jackson is leaving American Idol. He’s the last of the originals and clearly the one with the worst agent.
- The Governor of New Jersey and one of the front runners for the next Republican to attempt a White House run, had stomach surgery in an attempt to get his hugeness under control and get healthier.
I applaud him for this, but not everyone is happy. The White House had been planning to double the kitchen staff and now all hiring is on hold.
- In the “Your Tax $’s at Work” files, and other health news…
Obamacare is coming and the infrastructure build out is starting. The department of Health and Human Services is planning to spend $150m just to teach people how to apply for the program. However, since the State of Colorado alone has already spent $61m and is asking for another $125m, I’m guessing the HHS has drastically underestimated what it will take.