Eeek! Eeek! Eeek!
The Duke of Hazard

Bryan, OH

#1 Oct 27, 2013
Eeek! Eeek! Eeek! Seventeen percent of the federal government was supposedly shut down for two weeks! Boofuckinhoo what could we do?!!! On September 23, 1968, I walked into the former GM Frigidaire Plant #3, to start shooting screws and paying my Local 801 union dues, on the dishwasher assembly line. No good to bitch or whine, me being told, despite being eighteen years old. We didn't know that Frigidaire had only ten years to go. It is a shame, someone else still using that famous old brand name. I used to dread walking across that parking lot and through those doors. I am so glad that I do not have to do it any more. I'd rather be a genius media whore, just like those who say that we no longer need factories or coal, or that the globe no longer gets cold, or so we are told. Like ya know, like the Gore Whores who knew better than H. Ross Perot.
WHIO Fan

Fairborn, OH

#2 Oct 27, 2013
Are you drinking again today?
Fan of Leon The Man

Oxford, OH

#3 Oct 29, 2013
Hey, you government lovers, are the Republicans and the government shutdown the reasons that the Obomy economy has not recovered?

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