It’s not just another ordinary day, it’s National Coffee Day!
Here’s a list of places (courtesy of the folks at WXIA 11Alive) offering freebies and special deals to help metro Atlanta coffee-lovers celebrate National Coffee Day.
Brigitte Gabriel is my hero. Please watch and share.
Who is Brigitte Gabriel?
For more information on Brigitte Gabriel and Act for America click here.
To purchase her books, Because They Hate and/or They Must Be Stopped click here.
I silt think my dog, Pudge, is the best dog in the whole entire universe, but this little guy, aptly named Sherlock, is pretty awesome too.
You know the awkward silence that follows a really stupid comment? It happened again. On The View.
I can’t get out of my head that Syria has a lot of oil is the stupid comment that spilled from Rosie O’Wackjob’s pie hole and prompted this week’s awkward silence. It was in response to cohost, Whoopie Goldberg’s comment – So the U.S. is at war again – when referencing President Obama’s address to the United Nations on the U.S. and Arab airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.
Yeah, Rosie, the bombing is motivated by a financial agenda and has nothing to do with the threat ISIS presents to America or those savages’ beheading innocent American journalists. It’s all about the oil. Why, why, why do media executives continue to give this woman a microphone?
I don’t often agree with Whoopie Goldberg, but she got it right this time. I can’t decide which was more perfect: her spoken reply to Rosie O’Wackjob or her initial speechlessness accompanied by that dazed and confused expression. You can see it for yourself at 16 seconds into the video. Priceless.
By now you’ve seen hundreds, possibly thousands, of ALS Ice Bucket Challenges and they’re all pretty much the same. BUT this is NOT just another ordinary ALS Ice Bucket Challege. Leave it to Scott Sargent and his Stage Craft students at Pace Academy in Atlanta, Georgia to come up with something so clever. Kudos, gentlemen.