Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Say it aint so

Bush is still president, the power here is dodgy to say the least, the economy here and in the mainland is falling apart, and the barrage of bad news continues to branch out to new and unexpected territory:
"If you're a fan of flaunting "the girls" with plunging necklines and pushup
bras, you've got a challenge in store with this season's biggest trend: sky-high
necklines that leave everything to the imagination - with no glimpse of
cleavage. Spring is the time, girls, to burn our Wonderbras for good. "

7 comments:

Bruce A. Bateman said...

This sounds like another dastardly unAmerican feint by the French.

Anonymous said...

Check this out.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2007/11/12/ccview112.xml

BTW, I called a buddy of mine who lives in Buffalo, NY. I asked him how things were going, he said that there are too many job openings and not nearly enough people to fill them. Failing economy? This is classic dem/lib marketing.

-Brady

Jeff said...

The stock market isn't so liberal, and it's a forward looking mechanism, and it just had one of its worst months ever.

Bruce A. Bateman said...

If you can talk anyone, (other than Brad), into going to Buffalo from here you should do it. We seem to have just the opposite problem...lots of bodies, not many jobs. There would be plenty of opportunity for them it sounds like. Rust belt cities have seen declining populations for decades now. That can leave openings for those who are willing to move in.

Personnaly, having spent a month one winter day in Buffalo, I'll pass.

saipanboonieman said...

NNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOoooooooooo!!!!!!!!!

bradinthesand said...

don't bag on buffalo...

Ron Hodges said...

Brad - No one is ditching Buffalo as Bateman has finally made an accurate, perhaps brilliant, economic suggestion for Saipan.

We should run huge ads in rust belt area newspapers offering free workers, free politicians, free pawn shop consultants, and free lawyers to any community that will fly them there and give them employment opportunity.

After they all leave, we can wait 6months and run ads in the same news media with pictures of our desolate, but expensive tropical paradise to encourage affluent members of the rust belt to get the hell out of their 3rd world barrio.