This first story actually really really didn't surprise me much ....What DID surprise me is that I am not alone in thinking this!
" Using his law enforcement experience and data drawn from the FBI’s behavioral analysis unit, Jim Kouri has collected a series of personality traits common to a couple of professions.Kouri, who’s a vice president of the National Assn. of Chiefs of Police, has assembled traits such as superficial charm, an exaggerated sense of self-worth, glibness, lying, lack of remorse and manipulation of others.
These traits, Kouri points out in his analysis, are common to psychopathic serial killers.
But — and here’s the part that may spark some controversy and defensive discussion — these traits are also common to American politicians. (Maybe you already suspected.)" Read more here.
And speaking of politicians, it seems our illustrious leader doesn't seem to think that "We, the people" can possibly be able to understand the intricacies of the treasury and our debt crisis as well as "professional politicians" nor should we be expected to. We are too wrapped up in our own lives to have a clue I guess. His words, not mine. Have a listen to this.
Of course, being the "Paid Political Professional" that he is, Thursday it seems he got his panties in a bit of a wad and stormed out of the debt ceiling meeting stating that all the progress made so far had been "erased. Now I ask you... How professional is that? Acting like a kid that doesn't get his way he threw himself a little hissy fit. Geesh....
Ok, I suppose that's enough politics to last for awhile. Unless you are this Oak Park Mi woman who has been cited and faces possible jail time of 93 days for growing vegetables in her front yard. Apparently the city manager has a thing against vegetables. What I want to know is what did a vegetable ever do to him?
Alright, since we are on the topic of food, I'm willing to bet that most of you haven't heard this alarming tidbit about the radioactive contamination of meat that has made its way into Japanese Markets.
"If we were to eat the meat everyday, then it would probably be dangerous," Hosono said at a news conference Tuesday. "But if it is consumed only in small portions, I don't think it would have any long-lasting effects on the human body."
Alrighty then....... On a lighter note... well it's not really lighter, actually it's kinda heavy, but I'm gonna leave you with this one. In North Texas this week a woman gave birth to a 16 lb baby boy. Can you say Holy Roly Poly!!! This could be a state record. They always say things are bigger in Texas!! And now I can prove it!
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