until could reattach: stuck it on his ankle. Friggin' amazing.
My first thought is "If you can't control a 70-year-old woman without doing that, you've got no business wearing a badge.
Second thought is for the "It's not illegal but I want you to stop recording this!" clown: Screw you. If you're that bothered by it being recorded, maybe you shouldn't be doing this.
Let's see, no law proposed that 'Child service workers who ignore reports of abuse while children die will be hanged, drawn and quartered', oh no; instead 'ALL parents should be considered guilty until proven otherwise; and WE decide if you're not guilty.'
Ohio, have you no tar & feathers in that state?
During a White House meeting called to brief America's largest tech companies today about government overreach in electronic surveillance, President Barack Obama changed the subject – angering some meeting participants by shifting gears to address the failed launch of healthcare.gov.
'That wasn't what we came for,' a vice-president of a company whose CEO attended told MailOnline. 'We really didn't care for a PR pitch about how the administration is trying to salvage its internal health care tech nightmare.'
Can you smell desperation?
I knew you could.