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What Cait Ate: The "Peralta's High Heat" Burger and other August Specials at AJ Bombers

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”

-Yogi Berra

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it…and try these concessions!” 338 more words


Recipe of the Week - Fruitie-Licious Punch

I love punch. Ice cream punch. Fruit punch. Lemonade. Nothing better than taking a drink and quenching your thirst with something fun, fruity, and delicious (except that it’s always served in such small glasses). 68 more words


Kerry I'll be embarrassed in front of Ayatollah if Irand deal is killed

Kerry I’ll be embarrassed in front of Ayatollah if Irand deal is killed, Front Page Magazine, Daniel Greenfield, July 24, 2015

Come on guys, don’t embarrass John Kerry in front of his cool Ayatollah friends. 639 more words

David Montaigne reblogged this and commented:

Whoever is in charge of America's Middle East policy decisions acts like they are an Iranian tool - a Manchurian Candidate worked into office in America to accomplish the goals of Iran. I wonder why it seems like that. Read: Antichrist 2016-2019: Mystery Babylon, Barack Obama & the Islamic Caliphate

Misindependant - 7/10/15 

What you need;

I’ll be it,

I am.

Flailed, but now

I’m stilled,

on the table.


Forever Mastadon ~ Episode 213

…”You can certainly count on me!” ready, willing & evil…

“I like you Winters, a real go-getter you are,” the director of concessions for Comiskey Park has identified our villain as a key employee (or the only one to volunteer to do something that isn’t on commission). 253 more words

Historical Fiction

Gordon Crovitz: Iran’s Attention-Span Advantage

Wall Street Journal — Tehran’s goals haven’t wavered since 1979. The U.S. couldn’t even keep track of its concessions.

Dealing effectively with Iran requires understanding the differences between an Islamic theocracy and a democracy. 77 more words


Limitations part 1

As a child I was fearless. My mother has countless stories of me pushing the limits. Some of the vital building blocks instilled by my mother were; don’t wait until tomorrow, start what you finish and do it yourself. 177 more words