Monday, July 7, 2014

Here Comes The Heat Break Up

LeBron James is still mulling his options about weather to return to the Miami Heat. Wade has rapidly declined. Bosh is seriously considering a reported 4 year max-offer from the Huston Rockets.

What is most likely to happen is Bosh heads to the Huston Rockets, and LeBron James returning home to Cleveland. The upside in Miami is limited with an aging roster and LBJ demanding a max contract, and rightfully so.

Who would have guessed that the rapid decline of D Wade would be the beginning of the end for the Heat? My gut feeling is the big 3 era is over. Many Miami Heat fans will be outraged and beside themselves.

Riley can't upgrade the roster enough to appease LeBron and I would not hold it against LeBron or Bosh to both leave. No one wants to play with an anemic PG who is a turnover machine. It's been 4 beautiful years. We won 2 NBA titles. The Big 3 brought hope to the city of Miami something Dan Mario never did.

In one of the most selfish cities in America, Miami is the least deserving franchise. It's been an amazing ride. For four years we witnessed greatness. For which I am thankful for. Those are memories I'll cherish forever.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Redemption For Jimbo Fisher

FSU Orange Bowl Champions! Waaaa Hoo!!! 12-2 record our first BCS win in 12 years.

It's been a while since I've written on this blog. No idea if anyone is still out there following.

As time permits I'll try and fill ya'll in on whats been going on with life.

*hugs* Laur

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Food Stamps Jump To 46.1 Million, Up 37%

The economic deterioration of the United States continues as more and more Americans are using SNAP cards, the politically correct term for: government food stamps.

As of April 2012 there were 46,187,429 people on food stamps. This is up from 44,647,781 the year before in April 2011. Further, there were 40,430,679 on food stamps in April 2010. In April 2009 that number was 33,524,074.

In three years, from April 2009 to April 2012, food stamp usage has gone up a staggering 12,663,455 individuals, a 37 percent increase!

Unsustainable as more and more drop out of the labor force, lose their jobs, give up looking for work and have to rely on government aid to put food on the table. I won't get into much political debate about the merits and usage of SNAP, just point out the fact.

Data can be found by visting the following link: http://www.fns.usda.gov/pd/34snapmonthly.htm