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OCTOBER 2012 VOLUME 24 – ISSUE 3

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Publisher Dr. Jack billiardstabletalk@yahoo.com 623-340-0481 Assistant to the Publisher Tamii Schrum dethkitn@gmail.com 602-366-9415 Art Director Mike Barthel blueskyartdept@gmail.com Sales Ken Schwab ken7.ks@gmail.com 602-405-1995 Chad Ewrnic Laurena Kuball Contributing Writers Tamii Schrum Ken Schwab Dr. Jack Chad Ewrnic Distribution AJ & Lynda Fernholz Table Talk is published by the 8th day of each month. The opinions expressed here in are exclusively those of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the position of the publisher. Submission of articles and/or photographs are most welcome and will be considered for future issues. All materials submitted become the property of Blue Sky Publishing and will not be returned unless accompanied with a self addressed envelope. This issue is copyrighted. It is forbidden to reprint any of its content without the written consent of the publisher. All advertising must be received by the 20th of the month prior to publication. With no political affiliations and an eye for fun, clean entertainment, Table Talk (formerly Billiards Table Talk) has published continuously since 1988. We have advertisers that have been in every issue for the past 21 years. Our strong values and commitment to our advertiser’s success puts us a step or two above the rest. Table Talk Newspaper reaches over 50,000 hands across 13 local cities every month. Look out for new racks and added distribution points every month.

When the going gets tough the tough gets going! This past summer was probably one, if not the toughest, summer I’ve seen in my lifetime, and I bet I’m not alone in saying that. I’m hoping with the cooler weather, our electric bills dropping and the kids back in school people will begin to come out again and spend a little money on fun, well we can hope can’t we? I’m worried about all my bar and room owner friends, it seems to me that if we don’t do something and soon it’s going to be too little too late, I don’t claim to have the answers just a lot of question, asking how can we turn things around. I think first everyone needs to stop trying to steal business from every other bar and go out for NEW BUSINESS. By new business I don’t mean the guy that’s going to sit in your establishment and drink until he/she falls off their stool, that can’t happen like the old days, why, to many stiff laws, that person will find them self under home arrest, jail, out of a job, loss of a car or all of the above but not back sitting in a bar. What’s the answer, think, if you are a drinker Mr. /Ms. Bar owner what do you do? You have to find your niche, like some give away something and raise your prices to offset what your giving away, but you still can’t expect you’re drinkers to drink like they used to, that’s not going to happen anymore, so what is it that can hold your customers in your place and still spend some cash without getting drunk. Think! Entertainment, well that can get pretty expensive to, I

keep thinking more choices of WHAT to drink, bottled coffee (star bucks) Gatorade, Snapple, fruit juices, special drinks that your customers will enjoy and hang around without the fear of getting drunk, .08 doesn’t take much, you want to keep your customers not lose them to the law. The way things are heading soon customers will be down the street at the local pot lounge smoking a joint getting a buzz then going home and having a drink. Just look around and see who your competition is now, it’s not just other bars Look at how many social clubs are springing up, and most if any sell booze so what’s that telling us? People still want to socialize but are getting more and more afraid of booze. We must find other products to offer and keep people in our places. Ask yourself, why would a non-drinker or safe drinker come into your place, what are you doing to keep them there? Until we figure out the days of the hard core drinkers drinking in bars are slowly disappearing we will continue to lose our bars. If you think I’m down on bars, you have your head stuck in the wrong part of your body; I’m fighting for your survival, you don’t see any laws trying to put Circle K’s, Seven Elevens, liquors stores or food stores out of business do you? And those are the places that probably sell more booze in a month the most bars sell in a year. Somehow we must find a way to say “it’s ok to be sober in a bar” and not just push only booze. I am a non drinker, and at times I do feel uncomfortable in bars, I like the atmosphere and the people, but at times service to a non-drinker is not good, mainly because you have limited product to serve me with, and that’s not my fault is it? -Dr. Jack

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Pappy’s Sports bar & Grill has been a neighbor hood bar for over twenty years and that, the new owner says, is “exactly” what he wants it to remain. Although this September Pappy’s happily welcomes a few changes under the new ownership. “It’s a working class neighborhood and this is a working class bar, I just want to bring it out of the eighties and into the year 2012.” And it appears to be going on. When you walk in, one of the first things you see is the plethora of HD Television screens with a different game on each one. Pappy’s invites you to come down to watch your favorite NFL team play on one of their sizable HD TV’s.

he made his vision clear to me, and I must say it doesn’t sound half bad. Here’s a summation of the Dave’s goals for Pappy’s Sports bar & Grill: 1. Make it the Neighborhood bar How do you do that? Well, supporting local music is crucial and with live music getting booked Friday and Saturday nights this becomes possible. In addition to the pool tables, the dartboards, the HD TV’s, and the live music, there are drink specials daily, and breakfast specials on the weekends. And speaking of food…

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What does that mean? Aside from the stigmas, corporate chain restaurants Now, if you’re like me then you are pride themselves on consistency. thinking, “but how am I supposed to Dave wants to do the same but keep watch the Bills play New England?” that “mom and pop” feel, and with a well, Dave assured me it’s possible chef of over 15 years experience it is with the NFL package he ordered, as likely that will happen. just one of the “upgrades” bestowed on his new establishment. There “Overall,” explains Dave, “I want will also be four dart board games there to be a something for everybody brought in by the beginning of to be able to enjoy.” October and well before the official grand opening. On October 27th the Pappy’s Sports bar & Grill is located party will kick off at 1pm with a car at 11801 North 19th Avenue, just and bike show, a live rock n’ roll band, south of Cactus Rd. and the girls of Fireball Whiskey who • Open Mic night on Wednesday’s are set to make an appearance with at 8pm lots of goodies to give away. It’s sure to be a fun time, and the towering, • Karaoke Thursday Nights giant-of-a-man owner Dave would like to invite everyone down to enjoy • Live Music Friday and Saturday Nights this momentous occasion. It was apparent after our chat that the new proprietor is enthusiastic about the changes taking place, and

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YOUR NAME AND/OR THE NAME OF YOUR BAND: My name is Pete Blackbone. I’m in a Guns N’Roses Tribute band called Recipe for Disaster and my original project is called the Voodoo Groove Cats.

how to put on a show. Something that I’ve always appreciated about Mick is that he doesn’t seem to care if he looks or moves like a crazy person! He makes his shows so visually entertaining! When people come out to see a show they want to SEE a show! If they just INSTRUMENT YOU PLAY: Singer wanted to hear a band’s music they could just pop in a CD.I feel that if I’m not putting on a show that’s fun to BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR BAND/MUSIC: watch I’m failing my audience. We are a classic hard rock band with a punk edge. WHATS YOUR POISON/DRINK OF CHOICE? HOW OLD WERE YOU WHEN YOU LEARNED Really depends on my mood. On stage I tend to drink TO PLAY AND WHO INSPIRED YOU? I’ve been singing most of my life but I didn’t start singing with a band ’til I was 18. Inspiration-wise, I’d have to say AC/DC, Guns N’Roses, Rolling Stones, the Cult and the Doors were my among the bigger bands that have inspired me, but there are many other bands that have helped mold my style. IF YOU COULD JAM WITH ANYONE ALIVE OR DEAD WHO WOULD IT BE? If I could jam with any band, I’d have to say the Stones. Besides having the ultimate frontman, they have such a diverse and huge catalog of songs and they really know

beer, but when shots are brought up to the stage, I’d hate to insult anybody that was generous enough by denying them. I do think that drinking onstage is important! Bar owners sell much more booze when the band is drinking with the audience, and they rehire the bands that make them the most money.Of course everybody has their limits and shouldn’t ignore them, but let’s face it, if a band brings in a bunch of soda refill drinkers, they’re probably not going to be playing at that club again. WHAT DO YOU CONSIDER TO BE THE BEST SONG YOU PERFORM? The best original song I perform is called "Rock Ain’t Dead." It’s just a fun song with great, sleazy guitar solos. I really enjoy performing all the original songs that the band has written. As for my favorite GnR cover, that’s tough! Paradise City is definitely one of my favorites to perform--It has so much energy and makes the audience go crazy! Mostly, I just love doing songs that the people in front of me are moving to. WHERE ARE YOUR GIGS FOR THE NEXT MONTH? My GnR Tribute is playing October 20th at the Hideaway Bar & Grill in Cave Creek and November 24th at The Blooze. And the Voodoo Groove Cats are playing Halloween night at the Cave Creek Tap Haus. DO YOU HAVE A STORY ABOUT A MEMORABLE SHOW? Well, besides the usual girls popping their tops (which we as a band don’t condone!), I’ve been bitten by crazed fans and pulled off stages into the crowd. I’ve gotten tangled into my mic cord and crashed to the ground and I almost brained my guitarist swinging my mic on its cord. It’s all part of the show! We play like the wheels might come off at any moment. WHATS YOUR FAVORITE THING ABOUT BEING A MUSICIAN? My favorite thing about being a musician is that I get payed to do something that feels so natural and awesome! The traveling isn’t so bad either. The Voodoo

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Don’t forget to Check out A Night Of Tributes at Club Red, Oct. 19th! I’ll be there, Happy Halloween everyone! Groove Cats usually do a tour in Europe for a month or so during the summer. This next year we have a U.S. tour starting in april and a European tour in June. DO YOU READ TABLE TALK NEWSPAPER? Absolutely! DO YOU PLAY PRIVATE PARTIES AND ARE YOU AVAILABLE FOR BOOKING? Yep. Contact Morgan Monroe for booking. 602-340-5239. CONTACT/BOOKING INFO: M&M Entertainment, Morgan Monroe 602-340-5239. For more info and to hear music visit www.peteblackbone.com

a killer show. I try to improve every show and make the next the best so there are many stories, but I pretty much love all shows I get to perform in. I have had very drunk and off nights, but that makes it easy to make the next one better! lol:) WHATS YOUR FAVORITE THING ABOUT BEING A MUSICIAN? The creativity, the interaction, being social, performing, recording. All of it! But really when you get 3 other musicians in a band like I do with LFS, (or however many you have) that all gel and you can’t wait to get together to practice again, then share a stage with them....makes for the best musicians experience ever to me.

Queensryche, Skid Row, Priest, and many other screamers. That’s when I really drove people crazy with it! :) IF YOU COULD JAM WITH ANYONE ALIVE OR DEAD WHO WOULD IT BE? Too many to mention. I have rocked the stage with many local musicians and friends...love it every time! Alive: Slash, Alice Cooper, Sebastian Bach, A7X...anyone!! Dead: Dime, Dio, Layne Staley, Jani...any of them would be an honor.

DO YOU READ TABLE TALK NEWSPAPER? I have read Table Talk, got a feeling I’ll be reading this issue for sure! DO YOU PLAY PRIVATE PARTIES AND ARE YOU AVAILABLE FOR BOOKING? Yes and yes! Contact/Booking info: forgottensaintsaz@gmail.com or visit www.forgottensaints.com for contact info.

WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE "CHEESY" SONG OF ALL TIME? My parents listened to alot of oldies...Big Girls Don’t Cry because of Frankie Valley’s voice!! YOUR NAME AND/OR THE NAME OF YOUR BAND: Tony Noyes/League Of The Forgotten Saints INSTRUMENT YOU PLAY: Vocals/Singer and some Guitar BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR BAND/MUSIC: We are an 80’s Rock/Metal tribute event celebrating the most awesome big hair, leather and spikes tunes from the decade. We have no wigs, no backing CD tracks to make us sound better and drink real liquor on stage. Bringing you back to the 80’s for a night with music, a show, costumes and a party to remember!! HOW OLD WERE YOU WHEN YOU LEARNED TO PLAY AND WHO INSPIRED YOU? I always remember dreaming of being in a rock band. I would make up names for bands and get my friends to air play drums and guitars to any songs I could get my ears on! My Mom bought me my first guitar at age 10, (we got it in Nogales, Mexico. I wanted a switch blade but she talked me into a guit!) and when the Elmer’s Glue gave way at the bridge area pulling the body up due to the string tension, I began using the warping as a whammy bar. Learned some Jimi Hendrix tunes that way. My Pops bought me my first electric and I jammed for hours after school to Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Slayer and Metallica! Then I discovered I could sing a little and practiced to

WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE VENUE TO PLAY AT IN AZ? Be easier to name the few I don’t like..too many that I like. But what makes the venue is the owner or talent buyer for me. Some stages are better than others but if you have a kick ass cool dude you’re doing business with makes it nicer to play there. Gotta shout out to Weed at The Blooze!! WHATS YOUR POISON/DRINK OF CHOICE? Never met a drink I didn’t like...most beers and JD!!! WHAT DO YOU CONSIDER TO BE THE BEST SONG YOU PERFORM? Any original...people know when you screw up the cover! LOL WHERE ARE YOUR GIGS FOR THE NEXT MONTH? Well we are working on some dates in between these...but... Oct 13th Jhonny Foxes Nov 2nd at O’Kelly’s Nov 9th Johnny Foxes In Vegas for a week late Nov. still working the details. Dec at The Blooze - stay tuned Please visit www.forgottensaints.com for all dates. DO YOU HAVE A STORY ABOUT YOUR BEST SHOW EVER? You know I try to make the next show I do the best! Everytime we play there are different things that make it

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he laughed when he told me, “I don’t sell phones, smokes, or trinkets and other odds and ends, I buy gold, silver and other metals. That’s my business and I give everyone a fair shake, if people don’t know what their items are worth, tell them to stop by and I’ll appraise it for them.” The next time you need some cash, go treasure hunting around your house and then go see Jim at Lucky Gold, just maybe you’ll hit the jackpot.

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CONGRESS: A SHORT READ By Robert A. Hall

no one is allowed to debate.

I’m 73 and Except for one semester in college when jobs were scarce and a six-month period when I was between jobs, I job-hunted every day. I’ve worked hard since I was 18. Despite some health challenges, I still put in 50hour weeks, and haven’t called in sick in seven or eight years. I make a good salary, but I didn’t inherit my job or my income, and I worked to get where I am. Given the economy, there’s no retirement in sight, and I’m tired. Very tired.

I’m tired of being told that drug addicts have a disease, and I must help support and treat them, and pay for the damage they do. Did a giant germ rush out of a dark alley, grab them, and stuff white powder up their noses while they tried to fight it off?

I’m tired of hearing wealthy athletes, entertainers and politicians of both parties talking about innocent mistakes, stupid mistakes or youthful mistakes, when we all know they think their only I’m tired of being told that I mistake was getting caught. have to “spread the wealth” I’m tired of people with a sense to people who don’t have my of entitlement, rich or poor. work ethic. I’m tired of being told the government will take I’m real tired of people who the money I earned, by force if don’t take responsibility for necessary, and give it to people their lives and actions. I’m tired of hearing them blame the too lazy to earn it. government, or discrimination I’m tired of being told that or big-whatever for their Islam is a “Religion of Peace,” problems. when every day I can read dozens of stories of Muslim I’m tired of courts and judges men killing their sisters, wives awarding settlements to and daughters for their family people who did stupid things “honor”; of Muslims rioting and refuse to be responsible over some slight offense; of for their actions. Muslims murdering Christian and Jews because they aren’t Yes, I’m damn tired. But I’m “believers;” of Muslims also glad to be 73. Because, burning schools for girls; of mostly, I’m not going to have to Muslims stoning teenage rape see the world these people are victims to death for “adultery;” making. I’m just sorry for my of Muslims mutilating the granddaughters and grandson. genitals of little girls; all in Robert A. Hall is a Marine the name of Allah, because Vietnam veteran who served the Qur’an and Shariâ law tells five terms in the Massachusetts them to. State Senate. I’m tired of being told that, There is no way this will be out of “tolerance for other widely publicized, unless each cultures,” we must let Saudi of us sends it on! This is your Arabia use our oil money to chance to make a difference. fund mosques and mandrassa Islamic schools to preach hate “I’m 73 and I’m tired.” If you in America and Canada, while don’t forward this you are part no American nor Canadian of the problem. group is allowed to fund a “Never complain about church, synagogue or religious growing old, far too many school in Saudi Arabia to teach people have been denied that love and tolerance. privilege.” I’m tired of being told I must lower my living standard to fight global warming, which

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When walking into Louie’s Appliance, the first things you see are rows throughout building of washer machines, dryers, washerdryer combinations, ovens, flattop stoves, and refrigerators, and the occasional television set in the mix. The owner Doug was born in Salt Lake City, and raised in Phoenix where he made a living remodeling houses until the market crashed and like so many others, had to find another means of income. What started as a side gig soon became Doug’s main focus when he teamed up with friend, and right-hand man David to start Louie’s Appliance. Using his son’s name, Louie’s Appliance began its operations out of Doug’s house before moving

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into their current location where they’ve been since March. The new location has enabled the business’ expansion, and although a typical day is described as “madness” they both agree that the best part of it all is a satisfied customer. Like most small business owners know, you and maybe one other person are responsible for its

operations entirely, and when talking with David, he said it is not so much a job, but more like a lifestyle. They receive inventory from wholesalers and other various suppliers where they then test everything, and proceed to the process of “thoroughly and deeply cleaning” each machine before selling it. David has been fixing up domestic machines for over twenty years and he fixes the motors while Doug and his son Louie are savvier with the electronics of the machines tapping into their experience when they used to remodel homes. Doug and David make a good team and with several employees (almost all have nickname) their business operations run Monday through Sunday. Louie’s Appliance is located at 15012 N Cave Creek Road with parts on stock and repair services in-house, and on call. There are approximately 120 pieces ready and for sale and at least 300 machines in the works at any given time. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. Louie’s Appliance: 602-765-0221 Mon-Fri: 9am to 7pm Saturday: 9am to 6pm Sunday: 10am to 5pm

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ABARTH SPORTS COUPE by Chad Haire

If you are looking at the photo, you think you see a Fiat 500 coupe, right? Well, sort of. This is the factory ABARTH version. It converts the basic 500 model from a “cutie commuter” and turns it into a street racer competing with the Mini Cooper -- at a lower price. So does it really deliver? I got one to find out.

is a blast to drive. The power combined with tiny size allows the driver to slip in and out of heavy traffic with ease. And on the back mountain-twisty roads, the excellent handling and turbo power was great fun. The ride comfort was very good on most pavement. Bad news? Well, you really have to press the gas pedal down to get maximum power, and make good use of that 5-speed manual gearbox too, which is awkward to shift quickly. The 6-speed automatic would be a better choice, but it’s not offered on the ABARTH. The steering is heavy, and the car likes to bounce around on rough corners.

The first change is under the hood. The base tiny 1.4 liter engine has a turbo slapped on, so horsepower jumps from 101 to 160. Combined with a light weight of about 2500 pounds, it can reach 60 mph in just over 7 seconds, not bad for an Italian go-cart. The sport exhaust is quiet at low speeds, but growls This car really moves, yes, but it when pressed. We also get a sport takes some effort. Kind of like a suspension, bigger wheels, larger good workout at the gym. tires, and giant brake rotors. The base ABARTH starts at There is a lot of special trim that $22,000. With leather trim, even doesn’t make the car quicker, bigger wheels/tires, navigation, but better looking. Special paint, satellite radio, and sunroof, air spoilers, interior trim, sport the tab was $26,900. If you are seats, and black/red color tones. looking for a Euro sports coupe, As you can see, mine was white, it’s a less expensive alt. to the but red, black, and gray are Mini Cooper, and worth a look. offered too. 2 Attached files| 44KB Good news? On the street, this

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SITTING BY THE RIVER

Well we are almost finished with the hot summer weather and ready for some cool relief. This is the time for new beginnings with good times and good thoughts for our fellow travelers in this thing called life. We all have a choice of a smooth ride in life or one filled with drama and strife. Things do not always go right even when we do everything we can to make it so. When things go wrong we need to take it in stride and make the best of it.

I found out a long time ago that to worry about things we had no control over was a waste of time and emotion. When those times come up, when things go off track, stop and think “can I really do anything about it?” and if the answer is no then try to think of what you can do to lessen the impact of the event on your life. We only have control of our little corner of the world and we can’t control the actions of others so why worry about it. We have all heard the phrase “what goes around comes around.” Well that is what happens if we give it time to work. The famous teacher Sun-tzu in The Art of War said “If you sit on the bank of the river long enough, you will see the bodies of your enemies float by.” The only question is whether we

want to be involved in the mess of sorting out the problem or would we rather sit on the sidelines and watch while others (who probably started the problem in the first place) tries to sort it out with all of the folks that they got involved in their mess to start with. It is a lot more fun to watch them run around in circles. I love to sit under a tree by the river and enjoy a good book while others run around like chickens with the heads cut off. Chickens don’t swim too well. There is something comforting in knowing you had nothing to do with inflaming a situation you did not start. The holiday season is about to start and we should surround ourselves with good cheer and good people. You can make what you can out of the silly season or let someone else control your life and emotions. What will you do? This country boy hopes you and yours have a great finish to 2012 and a real good start to 2013.

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THE TEA PARTY & I By Dr. Jack Well, let’s talk politics! I’m interested in what the difference is between a Democrat, Republican and a Tea Party member. I have an idea, but I’m not too sure. I think the Tea Party member is a guy like me that is finally fed up with the bullshit the Democrats and the Republicans have been feeding me for the last hundred years or so, does that sound right? Now why is it when I take a job and promise to deliver certain responsibilities to my employer and fail to do that, I get fired, and why doesn’t that apply to the politicians we hire based on their promises? Has anyone ever thought perhaps we need to have contracts between us and the politicians we hire? Let’s say we elect (hire) a Senator, his promises (platform) is to reduce taxes, increase jobs and stop corruption in government, now that’s why we hired him, right? Let’s have a contract signed by him with a stipulation saying that if he fails to do what he promises in the first two years he must resign and allow his opponent of that election to take over his seat for the next two years

with the same stipulations if he fails, no more bullshit that the devil made me do it or the other guys wouldn’t cooperate…cause they would, if they all had contracts. Now these contracts should be signed by the prospects seeking a job from us or wanting to keep the job they have now. Not just babble a bunch of rhetoric during their campaign that has been proven to mean nothing because there are no consequences when they fail. They just get to bullshit us again with the same excuses, and for some reason we fall for it. Let’s let them hang themselves with their own promises. Any political takers on this one, now I know there must be some very smart attorneys in the Tea Party that could draw up an iron clad contract that would execute the dismissal automatically. It would be like Miss America screwing up and her second stepping in and taking over, yes that easy! Now I think some organization like the Tea Party could do this easily without passing new laws, just publicly announce the contract, advertise it to the public and ask any potential candidate to sign it, and if she or he will

(602) 274-5792 Fax - (602) 274-0102 not, that SHOULD tell us something, right? And we should tell everyone they refused to take responsibility of their promises. I’m not talking just about our Federal Government I mean every government local, state and national, any position you are elected to or appointed to, a contract should be mandatory. We could even throw in a lie detector test every now and then at will. Could you imagine if everyone in office had to live up to their promises or, through no fault of anyone’s but their own, they would be fired automatically? Can you even imagine what a much more wonderful place we would live in? Let’s fight to bring back our country to the people and for the people. Where do you start? Go to a local Tea Party meeting, see what they are all about, send your ideas and contract ideas to the Tea Party, if you don’t know where to send them go online and type in Tea Party or send them to me and I will pass them on to the right people. Your ideas don’t need to be formal, neat or even correct; they just need to be HEARD. By the way, what is your responsibility to your country? Some say well, I served in the service! Is that in itself enough? Let’s start at our local level and make our politicians AND

THE bureaucrats sign contracts every 2 years as to what they will get done and if they don’t fulfill their contract they are automatically replaced. I’m sorry people, but I’m fed up with the bullshit I’m hearing, some of it by the same old people trying to make the same old crap work. Let’s give our youth of today the opportunities of the past, not the hard times, but the times to succeed by your abilities. When our government and banks were US, yes they belonged to us, they helped us they had faith in us, and they weren’t the “BUSINESS” we were, they depended on our success for theirs. How and when did that turn around and we have to start bowing and sucking up to them to make a living, quotas, outrageous laws, rule, regulations, inspections, and all the things to keep us in our place? It’s time for everyone to put them in THEIR PLACE! If you don’t like working for us, then get the hell out of the kitchen. Put your platform promises in a simple contract explaining in simple language what you promise to do in the first 2 years and agree that you are to leave that office if you fail for ANY REASON. Let’s call this a NO BULLSHIT CONTRACT. The time is now…get involved.

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