Just a loaf of bread
I stopped at a small store on my way home from work. I needed a loaf of bread and thought it would be faster to stop there than go into a larger store, stand in line, etc. There were very few people shopping so I thought I had made the right decision. I took my bread up to the checkout counter and lo and behold, I was the only one. No line. I set the bread down on the counter and the checker was on her cellphone having a conversation that she continued to have while I waited. She finally scanned the barcode, took my money and put the bread in a bag. She never said one word to me, and when I left the store, she was still having her conversation. Hello? Do businesses not have any kind of policy when it comes to customer service? Maybe employers need to start having employees wear an ID badge with their cell number on it. That way we can actually talk to them if we need help.
Not a bad idea
I read recently that Newt Gingrich had less well-received ideas. Among the ideas were having school children serve as janitors. When I started my teaching career, high school boys worked after school at school. They emptied the trash cans and swept the floor. The main custodian checked to make sure they did their job. It taught them work ethics. They earned money to buy what they needed or wanted. Why is that a bad idea?
Take a look at Parma
I'm calling about the article in SpeakOut called "Trash talk." It was referring to a house in Morley that has trash all over the yard. If you really want to see something trashy, come to Parma, Mo. The first thing you're gonna see when you come into town is an old building that needs to be torn down. Then you will see other buildings that need to be demolished as you go through town. You're not seeing anything bad in Morley as you could see in Parma.
Scheming on a jet plane
Hillary Clinton is an un-indicted felon. She violated the Espionage Act. Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton hashed out the deal in that airplane that day. This is visible signs of pure political corruption at the very highest level of our government.