Entries Tagged 'shit found' ↓
March 25th, 2015 — shit found
January 31st, 2015 — shit found
Sometimes she sends you some cool stuff (even if I am still mad about the text and driving casualty photos you sent me, still have nightmares).
December 20th, 2014 — shit found
Not sure if you have played this ‘crass’ card game that is based on ‘Apples to Apples’ but here is a little sampling.
There post was about their charitable donation to this organization.
I am starting to think the Daily Show needs a South Dakota bureau, I’m game.
November 6th, 2014 — shit found
WOW, Brandon (Weirdsville) has done it again. Another genius move. Remember when they tried to raise property taxes to build baseball fields? Well this one takes the cake, or should I say the cowpie. They are proposing to build a wastewater lagoon next to 3 important waterways. They are tired of paying Sioux Falls to ship their crap to us. Believe it or not, the very public works director that was pouring sewage down SF city streets and into Covell Lake made a presentation to the SF city council (FF: 1:06:30) about how this site is worrisome. Yeah, Mark, you ain’t a kidding.
If the very guy who didn’t have a problem with pouring poop down our city streets is ‘worried’ about this lagoon proposal, we should be worried. My suggestion is to make Huset’s speedway into a lagoon, it will get a good use for once Or better yet make the city of Brandon the Poo version of Venice and have the crap run down the streets. That would make Automania interesting.
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October 31st, 2014 — shit found
October 29th, 2014 — shit found
October 22nd, 2014 — shit found
October 18th, 2014 — shit found
Not sure if many people know, but my last name ‘Ehrisman’ is spelled many different ways, but my spelling is rare. In German, it means ‘Honored Man’ That being said, it is rare I come across others with the name, except for immediate family. I don’t know Stacy, probably relation, but found her story wonderful;
An attorney on maternal leave was denied her request to postpone an immigration hearing in Atlanta, and had to litigate with her baby strapped to her chest. Then, she was berated by the judge, who refused to delay the hearing, for bringing her child to court.As soon as Stacy Ehrisman-Mickle agreed to work with two brothers on an immigration case in September, she filed a request to delay the hearing, set for October 7, so that she could complete her six-week maternal leave. Ehrisman-Mickle believed the presiding judge would accept the request, since two other judges presiding over separate cases agreed to push back their hearings in response to letters from her doctor. But Immigration Judge J. Dan Pelletier Sr. turned down her request, claiming, “No good cause. Hearing date set prior to counsel accepting representation.”
Because Ehrisman-Mickle’s truck-driving husband was out of town for work, and she did not have relatives close-by, she was forced to bring her 4-week-old baby to the hearing. Following instructions from her child’s pediatrician, she strapped her daughter to her chest during the hearing, but the baby began to cry. Ehrisman-Mickle was then criticized by Pelletier, in front of everyone at the hearing, for bringing her baby to court. Pelletier told her that her behavior was inappropriate, and that Ehrisman-Mickle’s pediatrician would be displeased, since the baby was exposed to the court’s germs.
The judge eventually agreed to delay the hearing, and Ehrisman-Mickle immediately filed a complaint against him.
I guess it is in our blood to question those in authority.