Tuesday, March 31, 2009
I wonder if that would work in my car?
STOP TOUCHING ME!
MOM SHE'S TOUCHING ME!
MOM HE'S TOUCHING ME!
I'M NOT TOUCHING YOU!
STOP TOUCHING ME WITH YOUR ARM!
MY ARM IS NOT TOUCHING YOU!
YOUR BODY IS TOUCHING MY ARM!
HE'S TOUCHING MY SHOE!
My Two Cents: I think in actuality, if you spread yourself too thin, it doesn’t work. Over time, being spread too thin causes everything to suffer. I'm finding this out the hard way.
Friday, March 27, 2009
Thursday, March 26, 2009
People ask what our comment is on the Obama Special Olympic comment... since we voted for him and we have Special Olympic kids.
But most of all - because our comments matter to the people! ..we got an award to prove it.
First, we would like to invite President Obama to Stillwater Oklahoma, to the Special Olympic games to compete with our athletes. We'll even let President Obama choose the event he'd like to compete in. Then we'll comment on his comment.
Thursday, March 19, 2009
A coalition of consumer, patient and advocacy groups, including OKWatchdog, has a rally planned April 1 at 1 p.m. at the Capitol to draw attention to the need for affordable, quality health care in Oklahoma and stop health insurance industry abuses.
We need hundreds of people to come to the rally so that legislators will understand that we're paying attention, and health insurance companies calling all the shots is unacceptable.
Please visit http://www.okhealthcarereform.com/index.html for more information and to RSVP. Or RSVP by clicking HERE.
Belle would post something like this if she was here...but she's not :(
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Belle and Jazz moved away so they can't be Today in Idabel anymore.
We might just rename it and they could blog from where they went.
We might just keep doing what we been doing with just two of us.
We might just steal other people's copyrite stuff and post it so we don't have to do anything.
We might just close it down and pass the award on to the runner up.
We might just sit here and go duhh.
Friday, March 13, 2009
Thursday, March 5, 2009
a few blogs we read
taken a pause
haven't been bloggin'
they've just hit that big wall of blog depression
so we stole okiedoke's pause button
and we're jumping on board
cause we got two bloggers leavin'
and we need to sit back
have some cmvml's
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
The Barbie Ban Bill, proposed by Democratic Delegate Jeff Eldridge (D) Lincoln County, says such toys influence girls to place too much importance on physical beauty, at the expense of their intellectual and emotional development.
"I just hate the image that we give to our kids that if you're beautiful, you're beautiful and you don't have to be smart," Eldridge told West Virginia news station WOWK.
My 8 year old daughter plays with Barbie dolls. She is both beautiful and smart. She participates in beauty pageants and she's on the superintendents honor roll. And my daughter wrote you the following letter Mr. Eldridge.
Dear Democratic Delegate Jeff Eldridge,
Why is barbie made in China instead of the USA?
Why are the factories needed to make barbies not built here in the USA?
Why are the parts needed to make barbie not made in the USA?
Why are thousands of jobs being sent overseas when we need them in the USA?
Why is a Democratic Delegate telling me, an 8 year old girl, what I need when he doesn't know what the country needs?
Someone with your intellectual and emotional development should know what this country needs. I really hate the image you are giving me and my friends, that you don't have to be smart to be in politics.
I ordered uhh umm the chicken nuggets with a small fries. And she's say that they didn't have any chicken nuggets. And so I told her I want a uhh McDouble with small fries. And she told me I have to pick anything else off the menu because she can't refund me uhh the difference out of the meal. And I told her just give me all my money back. She's telling me she can't give me my money back either. She will have to, I have to pick something.
*Hear all three 911 calls Goodman made*
Later a McSpokesman said,
"Satisfying each and every customer that visits our restaurants is very important to us," Solorzano said. "Regarding this isolated incident, we apologize for the inconvenience caused. In the event that we are unable to fill an order, a customer should be offered the choice of a full refund or alternative menu items. We regret that in this instance, that wasn't the case.
"We want to correct our mistake. We will be sending the customer her refund, along with an invitation to return for her original order, on us. We never want to disappoint a McNuggets fan or any McDonald's customer. Customer satisfaction is our top priority."
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Democratic senators are questioning why insurance companies can cover the treatment of erectile dysfunction and not autism.
"We have been told by Republicans that it is not fair for those who do not have autism to have to pay for coverage for those who do," said Sen. Tom Adelson, D-Tulsa.
"Why is it fair for those who do not suffer from erectile dysfunction to pay for those who do in the form of higher premiums? I would think most Oklahomans would rather have their premiums cover children with autism, rather than people with erectile dysfunction."
Oh... here's what I was lookin for.. the Votes on HB1312.
10 Nay votes on HOUSE BILL1312 Nick's Law; requiring insurance coverage for autism DO PASS - FAILED
9 Yea votes on HOUSE BILL1312 Nick's Law; requiring insurance coverage for autism
DO NOT PASS - PASSED
Umm..You would think "most Oklahomans" would rather have their premiums cover children with autism, rather than people with erectile dysfunction. But I bet it all depends on how many Oklahomans have children with autism and how many Oklahomans have erectile dysfunction.
Maybe someone should ask "most Oklahomans"..Do you have a kid with autism?..
..or do you have a limp dick?
My mind goes limp sometimes. Does insurance cover that? Surely the House passed that bill.