Nick Swardson's stand-up is hilarious. Eric and I was listening to his stand-up comedy CDs on the way to Memphis for our St. Jude Trip and I was laughing the whole way. So I thought surely his new movie has to be good. I was wrong.
Kaylee Rider is seven years-old and wears a scarf on her head because she is bald from battling cancer. The Austin, Texas second grader recently started a campaign to get Mattel to produce a cancer Barbie.
When I first learned about Right to Work laws from my Grandpa, David Jones (Former Union President of Whirlpool) I thought they sounded like a good idea. The right to make your own decision always sounds like a good idea to me
"You're probably going to think this is an SNL spoof, but rest assured it's real." Is what reads on the description of this video commercial. If this is real, no wonder we're not creating jobs. This is really our next innovation? An extension handle that grips our toilet paper when we wipe our ass. I don't know what's worse. The product itself or the fact that people will probably actually buy this thing. Check it out for yourself
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