6:00 am December 21, 2009, by Kyle Wingfield
I’m away this week, looking forward to enjoying some rest and peace. I wish the same for all of you.
Merry Christmas, everyone, and see you on the 28th.
December 21st, 20097:16 am
Firstly, Merry Christmas.
First again, Happy New Year.
First and foremost, be safe over the holidays with all the drunk trolls on the road.
December 21st, 20098:59 am
Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year !
The bulk of this movie is on You Tube (in parts):
December 21st, 20099:18 am
Merry Christmas to all and to all a happy holiday season.
December 21st, 20099:47 am
Merry Christmas, Kyle! I’ll be heading into Atlanta from Midway Airport in the morning. It’ll be nice to get out of the freezer for two weeks.
December 21st, 200911:03 am
Merry Christmas to you and yours.
December 21st, 200911:13 am
Barnacle Bill Bavasi
December 21st, 200911:56 am
Bah and humbug. I’ve had four days off in two years and you get a week’s vacation at Christmas after a few months on the job? Well, nobody said life is fair. Merry Christmas to you anyway.
Michael H. Smith
December 21st, 20094:33 pm
To all enjoy the festivities of this season. Though the term Merry Christmas does not offend me greatly or prohibit my joy of seeing others happiness, I put absolutely no religious stock(faith) whatsoever into what is called Christmas. All the same, to Comrade Cynthia Tucker: Enjoy the FBI holiday of Kwanzaa, as I’m sure you’ll remind me and the rest once again of the Christmas paganism I’ve rejected for years.
December 22nd, 20098:32 am
Kyle is on vacation, and probaby wont be checking in to read any comments, (if he’s smart), so someone has to react to recent developments on the national and international fronts.
New airline regulations about allowing disgruntled and impatient passengers, (all trouble makers, 2B sure), to disembark the plane after a three hours delay are proof that if you force Uncle Sam to endure what John Doe endures, then positive change can occur. The new regulations are for everyone’s well being. Civilian and Government brass.
The logic that follows: If congress had to endure the healthcare policies that John Doe has to endure, then we’d have smoother sailing toward reform.
Does anyone know if the new healthcare reform requires mandatory participation? I cant afford it, cause I clean stables for a living, ($9/hr). I dont want to end up in prison. Isn’t their some exception for unconscious objectors? Can be burn our Rx cards? I knew this would happen. In high school I was voted most likely to be denied a conjugal visit.
Oral Roberts is gone. There was no denying this man’s talent as a speaker. Very moving. Inspiring. I’m so tempted to start a ministry, but I wont sell the blood of Christ. Wont do it. I’m afraid enough of the dark now, why not add a few demons ala Paranormal Activity so I can get even less sleep.
Is it normal to want your mommy at 58?
Dianne Sawyer’s first newscast as anchor was chilling. She asked Iran’s chief sociopath if the recent reports about the mass executions of protesters was true. He said, “These are a matter for the judiciary. These are not political questions.”
He didn’t deny it, it was the most chilling non denial denial of all time. He admitted it. This man is really good at hate. He could take Jack Bauer’s place in 24 easy.
December 24th, 20097:01 am
An Open Christmas Card to the Tea Party
The Baby Jesus is One Birther Movement
with whom I’d side
Today we can forego science improvement
and have a bipartisan yuletide
Merry Christmas, Born-again Birther Flat-earthers!
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