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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Mid-week one-liners

Despite the fact that he’s a Philthydumpia Phillies fan, I have this longtime friend who’s had way too much fun of late by calling the Atlanta Braves the Buffalo Bills of baseball. Oh, gee. Hurt me, why don’t you?

In response to his tired taunts, I recently asked him how many world championships the current version of the PhilDumpias have won since they got to collecting Cy Young winners?

Uh, yeah. That’s what I thought.

As of this very moment, the Dumpias have no offense, and the Cy Young winners couldn’t collectively shine Cy Young’s leather jock.

Welcome to Buffalo, Philthydumpia.

The obviously overmatched president of these United States said being president is making sure that "everybody in the country has a fair shot."

Translation: The hard-working productive will continue to unduly suffer for the sake of the generational unproductive who never even tried to reach out for the proverbial brass ring.

The man is to cluelessness what stagflation will be to his eventual undoing.

War On Women. Osama. Gay Marriage. Bain Capital. Deflect, deflect, deflect. Anything but an examination of his hapless efforts.

Can’t wait 'til the November electoral spanking.

I don’t think I’ve ever linked to this site, but here goes.

From Politics in Northeastern Pennsylvania: What World Does Obama Live in?

Lots of good coal-related facts as they pertain to Pennsylvania.

And as we all know by now, Barry wants to cap-and-trade coal out of existence. His words, not mine.

The man is to cluelessness what coal is to the generation of electricity.

The monstrous new emergency room building at General Hospital is nearing the end of the construction phase and is soon-to-be taking patients.

Although, they tell me that just as soon as the finishing touches are put on the new ER building, the construction of an adjacent 8-story tower will immediately commence.

So, as I said many moons ago, the Nord End continues to shrink while General Hospital continues to grow. While the many towers rise, the one-time homesteads disappear from the landscape.

Nord General can’t be that far off.

In closing, is Facebook too big to fail?

I sure hope not.

Later

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