Let the creepin' begin.
AGENT2424 WROTE: ------------------------- This house is so hard to track for alliances at this point. We need a chart! POWER ALLIANCE = Chop Shop (Bobby, Graig, Bruno, Zach, Ashleigh, Willow)- Zach is already planning on sabotaging this alliance and blowing it up to take out paranoid Graig once he takes out Johnny and reels in Kevin as a number.- He has Willow on lock as a parachute to escape with him.- Bruno and Graig have Godfrey as a floater tagalong.- Bobby and Ashleigh are a solid pair as well... although she flirts with all of the hot guys and could easily be a number for Zach. ZACH'S CORE ALLIANCE = Sheyld 2.0 (Zach, JP)- Each of them have multiple side alliances going... JP is working on Fortress with Kevin and has something with Sarah.- Zach has a strong side alliance with Naeha.- Naeha & Sarah have their own alliance and feel they're actually working Sheyld 2.0 and not the other way around. ZANKIE 2.0 = Johnny, Kevin- Breaking this up is Zach's primary objective for the week. He'd like to get Kevin as a number but probably won't weep too much if he has to get chopped as a fallback option if Johnny is a no-go. Pilar is essentially in Canada Loves Me mode. We know Zach has talked game with her to garner her loyalty but she's the ultra-flake we all expected her to be.Brittnee will be a token pawn just as Godfrey will as these alliances take pot shots at each other.Sindy is the female comp threat being kept around as a distraction for all of the girls to worry about so they won't worry about Zach. She's transparent and fake to everybody. Does that about cover it? Sarah and Willow also have what I call a nutbarmance.
My father is a very strong environmentalist, but he feels that the fact we use gas that jacks up the price $0.50 to $1.00 in a matter of weeks each year is stupid. From what I've heard (no idea if this is true) 1) Gas prices spike because reformulated gas is more expensive to make (downtime to re-do the blends, probably retool/configure equipment for different kinds of gas for different regions 2) While the reformulated gas improved pollution control 25 years ago, engine technology has gotten alot better so now the difference between kids of gas burned is minimal 3) Requiring our region to buy a specific kind of gas reduces market competition (other refineries that don't make this kind of gas can't keep our market flooded with cheap gas) Just asking because it is mind boggling to me that fuel here has gone from $2.199 per gallon to $2.699 per gallon in the span of about one week, and at the rate of the increase, I am now suspecting we'll hit $3.00 or $3.25 a gallon before gradually going down again to around $2.50/gallon for the summer. Given that prices elsewhere in the country are stable about $2.40 per gallon, and given that the price of oil has been below $50/barrell for months, is there anything else that can be blamed for this price spike other than the reformulated gas? Also, i'm assuming that is a federal law (not something the state could change?) I'd gladly accept a $0.10 increase per gallon in the gas tax in exchange for getting rid of the reformulated gas
KILGORETROUT II WROTE: ------------------------- RAMBY WROTE: ------------------------- AZREE33 WROTE: ------------------------- You mean like the" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.politifact.com/wisconsin/statements/2013/jan/06/scott-walker/walker-says-wisconsins-pension-system-only-one-cou/]the best funded pension in the country? (I'll even cite our state's esteemed absentee-in-chief to prove it.) did you even read the article you posted? 34 out of 50 states are under 80 percent funded which is considered the standard to have a "healthy" pension plan. That is nearly 70% of the states have failing pension plans for public employees. Only a progressive would not see this as a problem and an "expensive boondoggle" So riddle me this genius; are the pension plans a poor idea or just the idiots who never did the math to identify necessary funding components and/or cared to fund them at all? Pension plans while dying out, have been a integral part of Americans retirement planning for years. Just cause they're public does not make the a bad idea. Underfunding them IS a bad idea. I would add that public employees (and employees in private enterprise as well) agreed to lower current earnings and benefits in order to gain pensions. Now those deals are being pulled away because the necessary steps to fund the pensions weren't taken over the years.
I am confident but it UNC, Sweet 16, yadda yadda. Should I start ?? or better yet, I think I am going to take a walk. Let's go Bucky!
http://www.buzzfeed.com/kimberleydadds/zayn-malik-has-quit-one-direction?bffb&utm_term=4ldqpgp#.yhkXP8k1Mr  Links: ------  http://www.buzzfeed.com/kimberleydadds/zayn-malik-has-quit-one-direction?bffb&utm_term=4ldqpgp#.yhkXP8k1Mr
PEGGY LEMMING WROTE: ------------------------- What is Zayn doing to Liam's arm in this cartoon? http://www.popstartats.com/liam-payne-tattoos/  ...the four marks represent the other band members & Zayn is removing one (his). Links: ------  http://www.popstartats.com/liam-payne-tattoos/
I hope he bring the lulz instead of being predictably awful ^_^
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