Look at these fucking retards destroy a vehicle trying to pull out a loader they got stuck.
OKay, this song is hella hot. First post in forever I know.
Follow this advice, ladies.
Join The Decorum Room Wednesday where Mags will be preparing a multi-lettuce salad, and will be
cooking up cheese bacon meatballs and gnocchi. Mags will also be discussing how to win your way into his heart through food. The wine tonight is Verdicchio.
Verdicchio is a grape variety from Italy that produces a wine of the same name. Verdicchio (the grape) is a rapid growing, high acid grape grown almost exclusively in Central Italy where it is thought that the grape developed. This grape has a yellowish green color. Verdicchio grows best in well drained soils of sand and limestone.
Verdicchio (the wine), is slightly green-yellow in color and has a delicate bouquet. It is medium bodied with surprisingly strong flavors, a crisp acid balance and a slightly bitter finish. It is best consumed within the first two years from the vintage date.
It all starts at 8pm here!
Another awesome song…. from the legend Chicane.
It’s good to see Dalton McGuinty is ruining healthcare yet again in Ontario. I’m paying an extra $300 a year for this? Now Dalton McGuinty is trying to blame his health care debacle on your local pharmacist. It’s their fault that health care can’t maintain a budget. It’s the pharmacies fault that you are waiting in line for a hip replacement today. What?
In fact, the only place where you dont have to wait in line nowadays is in your pharmacy. Convenient, easy access, and hours that suit your needs, the community pharmacy has been the one bright spot in our health care scenario. But Dalton is about to change that.
McGuinty and his lap dog, Deb Matthews, a London area MPP to boot, have decided to unilaterally cut the price they want to pay for drugs, and completely change the funding model on how pharmacists deliver their services to you. What does that mean to you?
Well, the government will tell you that they are going to save you money on drugs. But wait…. anyone on the Ontario Provincial Drug Plan already only pays a slight $2 co payment, so they aren’t saving. Those on an employer benefit plan aren’t going to save. And those who pay out of pocket are already paying the lowest price, so they arne’t going to save. Who is saving?
Dalton’s budget saves, thats what. In oder to keep his promises to balance the books, he needs $1 billion. So he’s hoping pharmacies can just do without a billion a year. Here’s what Dalton and Deb’s $1 billion means to you:
- At least 400 pharmacies in rural areas will close. This funding is used by the pharmacists to deliver services to you. So know, you’ll have to drive and extra 10 to 45 minutes to get to your essential drugs.
- Extra services, like pharmacies in walk in clinics, etc. will be gone, since many pharmacies piggyback the cost of operating smaller pharmacies on the revenue they generate from the main pharmacies. Expect those to close.
- Hours will be drastically reduced. That script you receive from your doctor after 6? hope you dont need it til tomorrow.
- Lineups galore. With less pharmacies, more people will crowd into the ones that are left in their community, clogging service, and adding wait times to pick up your prescription. Bring a novel!
Dalton and Deb want to make sure the standard of pharmacy delivery is that of the rest of the healthcare system. Which frankly, sucks.
Good job, Dalton. Excellent job Deb. You are truly showing us what you really think of health care in this province.
I can’t decide if I think Ke$ha is good looking or not, you decide.
Warren Buffet appears in a Geico promotional video as an Axl Rose like rock star… hilarity ensuses.
As a follow-up to this morning’s post, Paltalk and, now Paltalk Express, are still under heavy denial of service attacks and logging in is impossible.
Paltalk has updated their blog, and at least reassures users that their lost paid time on pal will be recovered.
Quote from facebook:
I see a lot of questions about compensation for our paid subscribers for the lost day(s), I have it direct from our CEO that subscribers will be more than compensated for the lost service time and he would like me to thank you all for your patience, loyalty and understanding.