published Sunday, December 25th, 2011

Rants

NEW BUMPER sticker: Honk if you've been married to, cheated on and divorced from Newt Gingrich.

WHY IS THE postal service bankrupt? Postage now is more than the worth of many packages.

MORE MONEY for prisons? Cut off the cable TV! Whatever happened to prison being a place you didn't want to be?

IF TENNESSEE has some of the toughest DUI laws, why are there so many repeat offenders?

DOES ANYONE know why Sequoyah Nuclear Plant keeps hundreds of outside lights on 24/7? What good are they in broad daylight?

ONE THOUSAND dollar reward for the severed right hand of known virus authors, hackers, card skimmers, or ID thieves.

DRIVING WHILE on cell phone/texting should be banned. It takes your mind off the road and the steering wheel. That's the danger.

BASED ON MY past experience, I would be inclined to believe "the jerk" on Jenkins Road was not the bicyclist. Everyone, please be kind.

CLAY BENNETT'S Dec. 18 cartoon: Bah! Humbug!

I HAVE LOST all confidence in our politicians.

HERE'S A RADICAL idea: How about workers find a bathroom before they come to my house to work.

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Cable television in prisons probably prevents more trouble than a dozen guards. Given that the average salary of a corrections officer is around thirty thousand dollars, that's a lot of televisions bought at wholesale prices with more than enough left over to cover programming.

December 25, 2011 at 10:18 a.m.
tireboy said...

wild rants nigga. NEW BUMPER sticker: Honk if you've been married to, cheated on and divorced from Newt Gingrich. agree.

March 5, 2012 at 8:16 p.m.
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