When I was about to receive my undergraduate degree, my advisor leaned on me. He wanted me to interview for jobs. Oh, sure, he knew I was going to grad school. But, he wanted me to take the interviews for a few reasons.
When I lived in Long Beach, I loved catching my breakfast at Carl’s Jr. (I always wondered where the heck Senior was… Oh, yes, the drive-in restaurant that had folded long ago.) It served fresh eggs, decent pastry, and great coffee. And, on occasion, I picked up a fish sandwich for lunch, which was pretty tasty.
So, we’ve discussed when does the media call the President a liar- or not. Why the House Republicans want to kill the Committee on Government Ethics. And, today…
A few years ago, my district was represented by a fellow that truly ticked me off. Over the course of a few years, there was (more than) a hint that he might have borrowed money from folks’ stock accounts, that he beat his wife, that he had a physical argument with a young (10ish) child. Oh, and after he promised he would never vote for a change in the bankruptcy bill, he did- and this one really favored the banks. Amazingly, he acquired a new mortgage for his home shortly after the vote- for about 100-105% of its value, which secured his divorce.