Do not be mistaken though, flood tourists are not limited to the United Kingdom. No, in fact they manage to spring up everywhere a tragedy can be exploited.
April showers bring May voters? Isn’t that how the old adage goes?
Say what you will, but clearly the former President George W. Bush has come a long way from his bathtub portrait days, showcasing his lastest works until June at an exhibition held at the Southern Methodist University called, The Art of Leadership: A President’s Personal Diplomacy.
Do you find grocery shopping to be a terrible and perplexing experience, and not just on holidays when some stores have limited hours? Well, Michelle
Antoinette Obama seems to think you do.
Another Friday, and another genius idea brought to you by those teaching the next generation of fine citizens. Zeman Elementary School (in Nebraska, not related to, or to be confused with the inebriated Czech President Zeman) students were recently sent home with an informational flyer on how to best handle bullying, which reads a bit like an abuser’s manifesto.
With the scourge of the sequester and the Easter Bunny unionizing long since forgotten, Easter is back on at the White House. If you’d like to skip watching Obama throw up brick after brick on the court, and the egg roll, but you still want to embrace the holiday then we have few suggestions.
The fashion gods tell us that Easter is a time for pastel, pearls, floral, and of course the obligatory one to two rabbits or ducklings.