Surviving the Week of July 16, 2012 Tweet Me!!!

THINGS I HAVE LEARNED THIS WEEK:
1. Heavy rains are a immediate way to find the quality of a Roofers work...
2. Plastic tarps can work both indoors and out...
3. I don't need any help to make me feel stupid...
4. Evertime I have a favorite cup, it will be gone by the end of the week...
5. Large amounts of pretty words are the first warning sign...
6. Finding one's "Greatest Fear" is usually after realizing it...

DOES THE WORD "PERRYCARE" MEAN ANYTHING TO YOU? Texas has the highest percentage of uninsured residents in the land, the crappiest health care delivery system by a country mile and now Rick Perry has done the inevitable: Rejected ALL the key provisions of Obamacare, including the expansion of Medicaid.

BEAUMONT MAKES NATIONAL NEWS: Texas Woman Sentenced For Keeping 24 Dead Cats Inside Home...

LOOK WHAT YOU MISSED: Zombie Voodoo Fest 2012

CRYPTOZOOLOGY, ANYONE? troll/Sasquatch connection

HMMM... A new laser begin developed for the Department of Homeland Security which will be deployed at security checkpoints can nearly instantly scan your body for traces of drugs or gunpowder and will be able to measure the level of adrenaline in your system from nearly 50 meters away. The laser has significant medical and security applications, but it is also raising legal and ethical questions about its use...

HORRIBLE... AURORA, Colo. (AP) — Details emerging on the Colorado massacre suspect show a budding scientist, brimming with potential, who pursued a graduate program even as he assembled weaponry he would allegedly use in the deadly midnight rampage inside an Aurora movie theater.

MIXED EMOTIONS...The statue of Joe Paterno, Penn State's late, disgraced former football coach, has been taken down, after university officials announced early Sunday their decision to remove it...

HAVE NOTS' STILL HAVE NOT...WASHINGTON (AP) — The ranks of America's poor are on track to climb to levels unseen in nearly half a century, erasing gains from the war on poverty in the 1960s amid a weak economy and fraying government safety net.



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