Teh Squeaky Wheel
Judgemental kitteh is judgemental; a stern visage for a dreary Sunday morning in Happy Larryville.
And yes, I am ignoring your well-played one bike comment.
Except for that bit right there, huh? 🙂
Further proof that red light cameras are evil:
A blessed Sabbath, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa!
Mrs. Paddy and I joined some friends at a local Oktoberfest celebration -- had a great time. The beers weren’t liter-sized, just 24 oz., but the alcohol content was low enough that having a couple of those over the course of a few hours wasn’t a problem -- except calorie-wise. The band was pretty good and everyone seemed to be having a good time.
Was “The Chicken Dance” inflicted upon you good people?
Glad you had a nice time.
Repeatedly. There were also guys slapping themselves in time to the music and a woman with whip. I think she was there to keep the guys in line.
Is this the woman?
Hard to tell, she was dressed in a dirndl.
Isn’t Oktoberfest either 1) Cultural appropriation and should be shunned, or 2) a celebration of Nazism and should be shunned?
No more furs for you, Californians.
The difference between leather and fur is what?
And OK, no more animal circus acts, but they can still be used in movies?
Also, such restraining orders can currently only be recommended by a member of the person’s immediate family or a law enforcement official, but AB 61 by Assembly member Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, allows employers, employees, coworkers or teachers to petition for a gun violence restraining order as well.
Such restraining orders “are a proven gun violence prevention tool that can help save lives,” Ting said in a statement.
He noted that research by UC Davis found that no one in a sample of individuals subjected to gun violence restraining orders were involved in subsequent gun-related violence.
Maybe because they were never a danger in the first place?
How can you argue with such [il]logic?