If Becky and I ever sleep together in the same bed again, I’m pretty sure it’ll go just like this.
Someday, I will again have cats.
And on the way, as I drove along a long street with a very low speed limit, I saw a SUV pull out of a driveway, drive past their neighbor’s house, and turn into the church parking lot. They even lived on the same side of the street as the church.
Guns will be allowed in national parks
Campers may now pack heat along with their sleeping bags when they travel to national parks.
The Bush administration on Friday struck down federal regulations banning loaded guns in most national forests, a move that was widely seen as a parting shot on behalf of the National Rifle Association.
The ruling overturned a 25-year-old federal regulation severely restricting concealed firearms in national parks and wildlife refuges. The new rule, which would take effect in January, would apparently allow anyone who already has a concealed weapons permit in his or her state to also tote a gun in federal parks within state boundaries.
Stranded workers in Iraq: Recruiters duped us
I’m visualizing driving up in front of a Home Depot with a 747 and saying, “You, yes, all of you! Hop on in!” and then flying to Iraq and then setting them loose, doing the jobs that folks from India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Uganda don’t want to do.