The other day, Taylor Swift released a song called "Welcome to New York," or something to that effect, despite neither being from New York or even in New York, as far as I know, and now it's announced that a doctor from New York who was in Africa treating Ebola patients brought the virus back with him as a souvenir. Coincidence?
The real reason McDonald's is going out of business is because it costs too much money. The dollar menu doesn't really cost a dollar anymore. I simply can't afford it, and if I could, there's probably better places I could eat for the same amount.
It's too bad you can't just force kids to sign contracts. That could be my post-blogging career. No Boutros.
A Kindergartner in Mobile, Alabama was forced to sign a contract by school officials saying that she would not try to harm other people or commit suicide after she drew something that resembled a gun using a crayon.
This is only funny until these kids are your boss.
Infowars.com reporter Joe Biggs said he talked to 30 people out of that 17 signed a petition to support the Ebola Equality Act of 2014 which states it will allow Ebola patients into the US for treatment. Out of those 17 who signed the petition, 11 initialed the box indicating they would house Ebola patients.