An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
Archive for 2 May 2010
Now you know you’ve wanted to smack a liberal around, at least a time or two, right? Don’t lie…you KNOW you have! The lack of logic, the whining, the gimme mentality! And instead of acting on that urge, you behave like an adult and try to rationally talk to said liberal. Well, now, you can express your urge, without ever having to act on it! Brilliant!
Shared by Ken the cop.
Officials are combing through evidence connected with the car bomb found overnight in a parked SUV in New York’s Times Square, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Sunday, calling the incident a possible terrorist attack.
“It could be an act of terrorism,” Napolitano told “Fox News Sunday.”
Could be? Uh huh. I guess Nappy thinks just regular folks drive around with BOMBS in their vehicles. Let’s face it! This woman is about as useless at teats on a boar! Putting our security in her hands was more than just a bad idea. It was a really DANGEROUS one!
Serious kudos to the emergency folks in New York City.
Pics from NY Post.
From our local fish wrap this morning:
‘Extensive’ flooding in Savannah, Hardin County
With the exception of some downed trees, Savannah and Hardin County have thus far escaped much wind-related damage from storms continuing to pound West Tennessee.
But according to an emergency services dispatcher, there is “extensive” flooding occurring countywide.
One person had to be rescued from a flooding apartment in the vicinity of Florence Road and Pinhook Road. Water was up to the top of the wheels of a car parked at Sunshine Restaurant on Water Street.
Flooding has occurred on areas of Tenn. 128, Tenn. 69-S, Tenn. 69-W toward Saltillo and more, the dispatcher said.
There are no reports of injuries or fatalities.
Yeah, we’re wet alright! And extremely lucky. It’s my understanding that 5 people have died around the state in weather related incidents.
I have more video, with lightening and thunder, but let it run too long. Maybe I’ll upload it later, but right now, a six minute video of rain and noise…..??
Memphis got his really hard, as did other areas, like Millington, Jackson, and Antioch. Lots of flooding and damage.