"Oh, if something bad happens, I'll just come to your house!"

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Top 10 responses to “Oh, if something bad happens,
I’ll just come to your house!”

10. Not without six months of your own supplies, you won’t.

9. Yeah, your family means so little to you, I’ll be sure to pick up your slack.  Why don’t you bring all your credit card debt while you’re at it.

8. Sweet! We needed a decoy to walk the wire and be the first person shot!

7. Just be sure you show up with a ladder. Not sure how many corpses you’ll have to climb over.

6. I may give you the shirt off my back, but try to take it, and I can only spare half a buck worth of subsonic copper hollow-points.

5. Hey, bring all the barter goods you want – I love to haggle. A roll of TP will get you past the dogs.

4. Be sure to bring some good boots, cuz you’ll be up to your ankles in horse crap earning your keep.

3. Fine by me. I hear people taste like chicken.

2. Make sure you come early – the first five help me shoot the next fifty.

#1 is a tie:

1. “Don’t do that, Mommy will just shoot you and make Daddy bury you in the backyard.” (Are my kids great or what?)

1. “What, you thought I was gonna bunker down somewhere people can find me?” (Note found in my empty house)

What do you guys think?  Time to Get Prepared?

Is Anyone Minding the Store at the Federal Reserve?

This is a high quality version of the Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations hearing of May 5, 2009.

Rep. Alan Grayson asks the Federal Reserve Inspector General about the trillions of dollars lent or spent by the Federal Reserve and where it went, and the trillions of off balance sheet obligations. Inspector General Elizabeth Coleman responds that the IG does not know and is not tracking where this money is.

Walreds and Post Offices

Monday night, Mikey and I were driving.  We went first to the Post Office.  When we got back in the car and I was buckling him in, he told me “Daddy, I see ‘of’.  See, ‘O-F'”.  I looked where he was pointing and it was the Post Office sign, and, sure enough, there is an “O-F” in Office.  I told him “Yeah, O-F does spell of.  It also has an F-I-C-E.  When you put that all together ‘O-F-F-I-C-E’, you know what that spells Mikey?”  “What?”  “Office”.  “Oh, and if you put “P-O-S-T” in front of that, you know what that spells Daddy?  Post Office.”

Later, we were driving by a Walgreens.  As you may know, the Walgreens logo is in red.  Mikey told me “Daddy, there’s Walgreens.  But the letters are all in red.  Maybe they should be ‘Walreds’.”