For those of you who do not wish to exceed your limited written-word intake quotient for the day, I'll, once again, explain the rules. You'll be given five sets of four items each. Your challenge is to pick the one person or thing out of each set that does not belong with the other three. You may not luck into the right answer. To get full credit, you must figure out why your odd narrator can relate to each odd man out. Spray paint ready? Okay, here we go!
In 2007, the US mint began a series of $1 coins to honor our Commanders-In-Chief. Each year, the next five presidents in chronological order will be minted and distributed. Do yourself a favor. Instead of emailing the world about this proof of an Atheist plot urban legend, head to your bank and take a look at these coins for yourself. 'In God We Trust' is written on the side of the coin. But by an act of Congress in 2008, this year and from here on out, all the $1 coins will have 'In God We Trust' on the left side of the coin right under the president's portrait. Hail to the Chief and Bail on this Urban Legend.
$2,000,000,000 - The amount of money that JP Morgan has admitted that it will lose from derivatives trades gone bad. Many analysts are convinced that the real number will really end up being much higher.
That's what the debt ceiling debate is all about. Congress votes on how much money the federal government can borrow to make the budget. That amount is called the debt ceiling. In general, Democratic presidents and Congresses have gone into debt funding programs to help the poor from the perspective that they will be enabled to help themselves.On the other hand, Republican presidents have gone into debt presenting programs to help big businesses from the perspective that when businesses do well there is a trickle down of wealth and jobs.
Seems a Conservative woman VP is not subject to your love of inclusiveness, and in fact, is fit to be lied about and vilified as if she were the evil incarnate
. How inclusive of all of you. And make sure to break all political "laws" normally abided by, like a non-political person in the candidate's
family is 100% off limits. I am sooooo proud of all of you! I hope you're proud too! Enjoy your last moments in the Sun, for a 4 year darkness is about to descend upon you.
Sen. J.P. Morrell, chair of Senate Judiciary Committee B, put-on the hearing and was joined by most of his committee members, along with state Rep. Austin Badon, and Councilman James Gray. No one from the NOPD or the Mayor's office was there.
So, the two losers seem to have formed a fighting partnership to keep themselves from criminal justice reform organizations
falling into the realms of the forgotten. It all started with a Letterman Top 10 List about Palin's trip to New York last week, but it escalated as Palin accused Letterman of bad taste.