Suzie Controller* states that she doesn’t want to participate in any payment initiative for any high dollar amount transactions due to the merchant fees for those transactions and rather than setting a dollar limit per transaction, she would prefer to not participate at all. She did state though that credit card payments could be made online. To pay by credit card you must go to http://www.cityofthefuckingstupid.org/*.
WIDTS: So you don’t want to participate due to the fees you’re going to be charged anyway when I decide to make my payment online? If it makes sense to a government employee, it has to be logical to everyone else, right?
Does anyone else see why government-think is a retarded state of mind?
*names & identifying information has been changed to protect the guilty and to increase the hilarity.
So today I went to the local McDonald’s for breakfast. Hey, I like their sausage patties, what can I say? But anyways, while I was there, I noticed a rather LARGE gentleman trying to sit in one of the chairs in the dining area. Why he chose one of the swivel chairs that are fixed in place and not one at the handicap-designated table that is a regular chair, I have no idea. When he finished sitting, the chair was swiveled out at a 45-degree angle because he couldn’t fit between the chair back and the table.
Not as appetizing as what's shown on the menu, eh?
But that’s getting off-point. The reason for this post is the amount of food on his tray when he brought it to his table. He had at least 7 breakfast burritos on his tray. according to the “Nutrition” chart found on their website, ONE burrito has 300 calories, 12 grams of protein, 16 grams of fat(25% of the RDA), 26 grams of carbs, EIGHT HUNDRED AND THIRTY grams of sodium(35% of the RDA!), 7 grams of saturated fat(the bad kind), and 115 milligrams of cholesterol(38% of the RDA). I’m not going to do the math on all those stats because it would be overkill. (That’s a bit of a joke for those that think I’m being completely serious here.)
With a brand-new year upon us and the 2012 legislative session
just around the corner, this is a good time to review Utah’s liquor
But not just any old review. I found on YouTube a video using
animated characters to show why our Legislature makes the folks
promoting tourism and conventions in the state work so much
harder to be successful. The video has had 26,400 views.
The video was produced by “pwderhd” using Xtranormal Movie
But because it accurately describes Utah law, I couldn’t resist, for
my first column of the new year…
WIDTS: Your FIRST column of the year debuts on December 30th? With that kind of management at your newspaper, you should enjoy many more years of less work ahead.
Ron Paul’s main form of campaign advertising seems to be having citizens form his name with red cups on freeway overpass fences. If he wonders why he isn’t being taken seriously, I’d be happy to be hired as a consultant to explain it to him. I only ask that I be paid in rum, Coke and red cups.
Question posed on a popular Q&A site: Can people be sold on e-bay? Please don’t tell me it’s illegal, I know that’s just a myth the government tries to scare us with. Damn government controls everything.
WIDTS: Please do so so that your idiot genes can be removed from the gene pool until you are too old to reproduce.