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6 hours ago.
by anuttiermutter
MoocherRanchers
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I want to tell you one more thing I know about the ......

We are lucky that we live in the era of the Moocher Ranchers that can provide us the wisdom to live our lives. Unfortunately, throughout history our ancestors relied on kings, oracles, priests and philosophers who only provided false truths. As recently the 20th Century, people looked to scientists as the source of facts. Today we have the benefit of Moocher Rancher who only work two days a year - the day they buy their cattle and the day they sell their cattle - and they live primarily on government subsidy. So they have the time to ponder eternal truths, and give the proper guidance to the lowly masses on how to live our lives. And the Moocher Ranchers know there is only one higher power -- the county sheriff.

 
 

Member Comments

anuttiermutter

Yes, Ronald Reagan was known as Der Fuhrer.

Posted 6 hours ago.

Dirtman

"Expelled Nazis got millions in Social Security"

Then I am surrounded by Nazis.

Posted 8 hours ago.

Dirtman

What ever happened to repatriation for infrastructure? ZZZZzzzz.

Posted 8 hours ago.

anuttiermutter

"Ted Cruz, but what does he have to do with bad drivers on 81?" He is a pants sh!tter worried about one death and two hospitalized from Ebola. We have casualties like that every hour on I-81 - and we are proud of it.

Posted 9 hours ago.

Dirtman

I agree. Ted Cruz, TX, should be working on I-81 issues. Is it me? Please tell me if it is me. I don't like Ted Cruz, but what does he have to do with bad drivers on 81?

Posted 9 hours ago.

anuttiermutter

Ted Cruz, a conservative pants sh!tter, was screaming like a little girl again this weekend because one foreigner died and two Americans are hospitalized due to Ebola. Better not let him hear about the fatality rate on I-81 in WV, or he will be demanding a WV I-81 Czar -- and after one is appointed he will complain because the person was never in a fatal accident on I-81.

Posted 10 hours ago.

anuttiermutter

"Korean Safety Official Commits Suicide Following Concert Tragedy" Imagine what you would have to do if 3000 civilians and 4482 military died on your watch.

Posted 1 day ago.

anuttiermutter

Police say "Stephen Collins Likely Won't Be Prosecuted For Child Molestation." He must be in 7th Heaven, because 8th Heaven is just way too old.

Posted 1 day ago.

anuttiermutter

Typical Dirtball - no solutions, more garbage.

Posted 1 day ago.

Dirtman

"LAGOS - - A wave of violence hours after Nigeria's government announced a truce with Boko Haram raised doubt on Sunday about whether more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by the Islamist militants will really be released, deflating the new hopes of their parents."

"Adele and Beyonce double date"

Posted 1 day ago.

Dirtman

"U.S. public 'very worried' about Ebola"

Remember all the "diseases of the year" that showed up at W's doorstep? Another annual disease disaster that requires funding. It has to be frustrating for government agencies to have to minimize the crisis. You have to know how to sing the song.

Posted 1 day ago.

anuttiermutter

Scott Brown says If Romney Was Prez ‘We Would Not Be Worrying About Ebola’ That is because Romney would already be dead from Ebola.

Posted 2 days ago.

LostStormtrooper

Private sectors? Apparently the competition level is low in the Ebola treatment market. Looks like a world wide open field for any entrepreneurs who want to jump into that specialty. There could be a high turnover rate however.

Posted 2 days ago.

anuttiermutter

Where are all them private sector solutions to Ebola? Another example of business incompetence.

Posted 2 days ago.

Dirtman

"NIH unit treating nurse is 1 of 4 such U.S. facilities. It can treat 2 patients."

I brought up this subject continually over 10 years ago, during the monthly coffee, donut, and bagel extravaganza, all paid for with federal grant money. Result? We are fat and retired and looking forward to our next nap.

Posted 2 days ago.

Dirtman

"WASHINGTON — Beneath the calming reassurance that President Obama has repeatedly offered during the Ebola crisis, there is a deepening frustration, even anger, with how the government has handled key elements of the response.

Those frustrations spilled over when Mr. Obama convened his top aides in the Cabinet room after canceling his schedule on Wednesday. Medical officials were providing information that later turned out to be wrong. Guidance to local health teams was not adequate. It was unclear which Ebola patients belonged in which threat categories."

Fox? Nope, NYT. So, the guidance from the Feds to the locals was wrong. Hey Kidd, have you ever had a conference call with the CDC?

Posted 2 days ago.

Dirtman

Like, we don't have Ebola cases, yet. ISIL is not varsity, yet. No evidence of a smidgeon of corruption, yet.

Posted 2 days ago.

Dirtman

Dr. Yet? Obama's version of a Bond villain?

Posted 2 days ago.

anuttiermutter

Republicans want a Dr. Yet they will not confirm the Surgeon General - because he believes bullets could be a hazard to human health.

Posted 2 days ago.

anuttiermutter

"A middle-aged African-American woman was locked in the lavatory of an American Airlines flight from Dallas to Chicago after she began vomiting. According to another passenger on the flight, she had vomited in the aisle and then was told she had to reveal all her recent travel and remain in the bathroom for the remaining 45 minutes of the trip. The woman’s carry-on luggage was wrapped in plastic."

See, the Ebola Czar has already implemented effective new procedures.

Posted 3 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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