Learn to Ski or Snowboard for Less
|Do I Need to Take Skiing Lessons? |
Presumably, they'll teach me how to improve my relationship with gravity. Or at least learn how to fall better.
|Get Ready to Snowboard |
I'd settle for a general reduction in bruisey-ness. The one time I tried to learn to snowboard, I wound up with a perfect impression of my boot on my backside. Don't ask me how I managed to kick my own butt. I still don't know.
|Learn to Ski or Ride on Extreme Slopes |
If you're already past the bunny slope stage, you might go for the more extreme slopes. I'll wave to you from the lodge.
Friday, January 14, 2011
- You type ‘there’ when you mean ‘their’.
- You press the already lit elevator button.
- You get two pizzas, both half cheese and half pepperoni.
- You get confused by the Starbucks cup sizes.
- You think that cats are smart because they are aloof.
- You are a self-professed vegetarian who eats fish.
- You have a nervous breakdown when asked to not use the word ‘like’ so often.
- You send out your resume on cute stationery.
- You think you are saving money by buying things you don’t need during a sale.
- You blame all your failures on anyone but yourself.
And definitely don’t carry 500 pounds of it and run a red light! Police stopped a driver for running a red light and discovered more than 500 pounds of marijuana inside his minivan, authorities said.
Clement Hunter, 30, was awaiting arraignment on Monday following his arrest on drug charges, authorities said.
Hunter ran a red traffic light in the city’s Queens borough early on Sunday morning and tried to evade police for several blocks, police said.
When he was pulled over, the 513 pounds of marijuana stuffed into large garbage bags was partly visible inside his minivan, police said.
He faces 50 counts of felony possession of marijuana as well as charges of reckless endangerment and fleeing officers.
The source of the marijuana and Hunter’s destination were still under investigation, police said.
by Crazy Admin Guy
Email that was sent in 2010...
The President refusing to sign Eagle Scout Awards story is true. And the Life Saving Awards he is also refusing to sign them as well. Every President since 1912, (President William Howard Taft) has been the honorary President of the Boy Scouts of America. President Obama refused this honor. When the Boy Scouts 100th Anniversary was celebrated, where was he? The press ignore it? The scouts are known for promoting honor, integrity, love of their country and putting others first, and of course they believe in God. This is major news and still no press coverage on this story. The finest citizens, Eagle Scouts, were insulted.
The above message is false. The following is the letter sent to the BSA from The Oval Office.
This is an official BSA communication.
President Obama-Eagle Scout Certificates
There appears to be some confusion as to President Barack Obama's relationship with Scouting. To ensure that each of you has factual information if this issue comes up, please review the following statements that will assist you with questions.
1. President Obama is the honorary president of the Boy Scouts of America. He accepted this honor soon after his inauguration last year and we appreciate his desire to serve in that position.
2. President Obama's signature is on the Eagle Scout pocket card and Eagle Scout wall certificate. As with any change in the administration at the White House, there is lag time between when the new president takes office and the processing and licensing of his electronic signature for our documents.
3. The President of the United States signature has never appeared on any of the lifesaving awards.
4. Although he was unable to attend the 100th Anniversary Gala in Washington, D.C., in February, he did send a very nice letter to congratulate the BSA on its centennial. That letter can be viewed at http://ww2.scouting.org/100years/100years/sitefiles/1000/Celebrating100Years/Presidential_Letter.pdf
The Boy Scouts of America has always respected the office of President of the United States and will, as always, respect the holder of the office.
Jim Wilson, Director, Communication Services, 972-580-2010
Example of Letter
The following is the news clip of BlueWaveNews.com