Sunday, February 14, 2010
The recent Prayer Breakfast in D.C. for the first time became a political event as Obama told why gays should be able to serve openly in the military. The setting, a prayer breakfast to honor God, was the wrong place to proclaim such ideas. Even a touch of class would have dictated propriety at that event. The One also said that he prays for our nation, which is about as sincere as an undertaker trying to look sad at a $10,000 funeral.
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Their goose is cooked. Henny and Penny learned last night that The Brentwood City Council voted against them staying in their home. The famed hens did not attend the meeting. The final vote by Erick Stonebarger, who was absent during the Janurary 26th hearing which ended in a tie, sealed the fate of the chickens, not only them, but the fate of all chickens. Ms. X the neighbor who first complained actually was there and emphased that “chickens poop 1000 times a day (?) and if one had three chickens, that adds up to 3000 pounds of chicken poop each and every day which is not acceptable in good neighborhoods,” saith she. 3000 pounds is a lot of ...ah never mind! A last ditch effort to prevent eviction of the hens is below….
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
The minutes are ticking by before this evening’s meeting of The Brentwood City Council where the deciding vote will be cast to determine the verdict for Henny and Penny, the famous hens from Brentwood, who are setting on their perches anxiously. More…
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Here’s more proof that MilesTones doesn’t have to make anything up. Fasten your seat belts….according to Irish Central, the boss of a British recruitment firm said she was told she could not place an advertisement for “reliable workers” at the local Jobcentre because it discriminates against unreliable people.(!) How’s that again?...
Friday, February 5, 2010
This Tuesday, February 9th, two famous hens will face the final vote before The Brentwood City Council which will determine their future. The hearing will take place in the Council Chambers beginning at 7. Henny and Penny, the defendants, found themselves caught in a web of bureaucracy over a housing issue which brought them before the council January 26th. A passionate defense was given for the hens. The council dead-locked with two votes for the hens and two against. One councilman who was absent will cast the deciding vote at the February 9th meeting. Henny and Penny will again be present. Area TV news broadcast portions of the trial and defense. An avalanche of requests poured in…well…actually one…to release the text of the entire defense of the hens to the public at large. You will see the unabridged, unedited text as given below….
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