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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Bland Boobs

So, there are boobs; and then, there are boobs.
Some boobs even have boobs, such as (WARNING: Adult Content NSFW) this.

I don't know if there can be boobs that are bland; but, I have read about Bland Boobs, as I first wrote in an entry of Roland's Ramblings back on January 30, 2012 and that of which is reproduced below.

Have you read the story about Karina Bland's breasts? Heck, do not look at me that way! The story was written by Karina Bland herself. Do you even know who Karina Bland is or what Karina Bland looks like? Karina Bland is a journalist who is presently writing for The Arizona Republic.

Well, you can connect with Karina Bland on several internet places, such as:
Karina Bland on Twitter
Karina Bland on Facebook Arizona's Home Page on Facebook in which Karina Bland contributes with comments
Karina Bland on LinkedIn

What? You want to read the story about Karina Bland's breasts? Okay, click on over to:
Time to heave this bosom into the right bra
[As an aside, you already know I have my own thoughts about adult women and their breasts, that is, if you have already read what I wrote about female breasts.]

What? You want to know what any of this about Karina Bland has to do with priest sex abuse? Well, the answer to that lies within the following embedded link to:
Priest Sex Abuse: Wwmd?
[Hint - Read the line that immediately follows the title in the embedded link.}
ref:  Karina Bland, Breasts, Priest Sex Abuse

Please do not put me into a booby hutch in order to transport me and to place me into the booby hatch. I think this booby trap of a Roland Hansen Commentary (and, that is The Straight Dope about booby trap) qualifies for the top honors of a booby prize. Don't you?

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Thanksgiving à la Roland Louis Hansen

No Thanksgiving Dinner for me this year of 2012; because, my wife, Judy, and I are on the road driving the southern route to our second home in the 55+ community of Dreamland Villa in the Valley Of The Sun, Arizona.

For a few Thanksgiving remembrances, please click onto each of the following:
Turkey, posted November 27, 2008 on Roland's Ramblings.
The Time Is Now To Tell Others You Love Them, posted November 13, 2010 on Roland's Ramblings.
John Hanson, First President of the United States, established Thanksgiving Day in the U.S.A., posted August 22, 2011 on Roland's Ramblings.
WKRP in Cincinnati, posted September 18, 2008 on Roland's Ramblings.
WKRP in Cincinnati: Turkeys Away, courtesy of TV Rage.
WKRP "As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly" Thanksgiving, the YouTube video.
A Thanksgiving Message From Roland Louis Hansen, posted November 24, 2011 on Roland Hansen Commentary.So, now, as I am driving somewhere in between Texas and New Mexico on this 2012 Thanksgiving Day en route to my Arizona home (well, actually I am composing this the day before and scheduling it to be published on T-Day), I wish you and yours:

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Twinkie Brain (S)No Balls Anti-Union Bash-holes

Once again, anti-union bash-holes show their lack of thinking ability in blaming a union for the failings of good sound business practices. I allude to the idiot trolls that are flaming and blaming the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers union for the total mismanagement and bankruptcy of Hostess Brands Inc.

I read a stupid and totally ignorant person's opinion piece over on an internet bulletin board that was entitled "UNION STUPIDITY (AND OTHER REDUNDANCIES)" in which the twinkie-brain, dumbsquat with no balls, er, I mean Sno Balls, penned the following:
I like a Twinkie every once and awhile (did you know that they now have Twinkies with chocolate creme filling). But I'd be happy to forego the future opportunity for the sponge cake treat if Hostess sticks by its warning that it will begin to liquidate the company if striking union members don't return to work by the evening of November 15.

The company negotiated a new contract with the Teamsters, but the Grain Millers union launched a strike last week to protest a labor deal implemented during its bankcruptcy which contained cuts in wages and benefits. The strike (which includes the facility in Northwood, Ohio) has already resulted in the closing of three Hostess factories.

The liquidation of Hostess would result in the loss of 18,000 jobs.

I'm hoping that the company stands by its position to liquidate. Unskilled workers need to get a clue that they're a dime a dozen and in this Obama-tainted economy (their union dues helped to pay for Obama Part II) they should feel lucky to have a job.

Business executives have the education, skills, and experience to find other jobs. The laborers are the ones who are striking their way right out of an income.
Now, let's explore some other items concerning the Hostess company business fiasco. Please click onto each of the following and read what each has to offer:
Union pay cuts and management pay raises
Creditors Say Hostess Pay Is Questionable
'Hostess Brands is a microcosm of what’s wrong with America'
Hostess Blames Union for Bankruptcy after Tripling CEO's Pay

I say Union Bash-holes, er, I mean union bashers, can kiss my grits!

For a somewhat different perspective, might I be so bold as to suggest you now turn your attention to read mi amigo, Tim Higgins' piece entitled "The Twinkie Is On Life Support (Updated)" over on Just Blowing Smoke...

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Obama Won. Romney Lost. Let's Move On Together, Now!

The patriotic thing to do now is to work together to make a great America even better.

Here is a little something I wrote over on Facebook:
"The name-calling needs to stop. The personal attacks and belittling of individuals based solely on different political perspective needs to stop. All Americans need to pull together. Divisiveness will not accomplish anything positive. It is time for what I call some real D.I.R.T., i.e. Democrats, Independents, (and) Republicans (working) Together. If we, the American people, set aside the distrust, if we set aside the hostility, if we set aside the verbal tirades, if we set aside the casting of stones, if we set aside pointing out blame, if we set aside pettiness, we just might be able to work together for the mutual benefit of all Americans."

And here is something that my friend Carolyn wrote when some folks responded to that with negative comments:
"Enough said Roland, I got your back on this one. If people would put the effort into pulling together that they put into fighting, this world would be a much better place."

And, then, there is that which Judy wrote in her Judy's Jewels blog entry:
Thank You Mitt Romney

'Nuff said.