A damn broom straw found in my food (that is what she said) and the manager/owner know I was a weekly customer on Tuesday, Thursday and many Saturdays because I work nearly every weekend. Not only did I eat there on those days but I got my wife and my son a plate and on the weekend my dad also. Damn I see how much I was appreciated.
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This was in my food. Click on Photo To See What Was In My Food.
Click on photo to hear what the manager said she thought was in my food
The Political Agitator response: I like the following: “I’ve been misusing the word “suppress” all these years. I always thought it meant to impede or inhibit. In light of the readers comments here I must assume that they are against higher voter turnout and that “suppress” means – encourage and increase.” George Jacobson
RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina’s November election can be held under a new voting law approved by Republican lawmakers, a federal judge ruled Friday. The law is considered one of the toughest in the nation and the groups challenging it say it will suppress minority voter turnout.
U.S. District Court Judge Thomas D. Schroeder denied a motion seeking to hold the November vote under old rules, saying the groups failed to show they would suffer “irreparable harm.”
“In the absence of the clear showing for preliminary relief required by the law, it is inappropriate for a federal court to enjoin a state law passed by duly-elected representatives,” wrote the judge, who was appointed to the federal bench by Republican President George W. Bush. (Source: Read more)