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Hasbro Capitalizes on Beer Pong

Just imagine the awe (and your own personal pride) at hearing stories about how your college age child–at an investment of anywhere from $15-50K per year–can put a ping-pong ball into a beer cup faster than Tiger can sink a mini-golf putt off the rail, through the windmill, under the waterfall and…Cuponk!

Flesh Is For Zombies

The Walking Dead, which just ran its initial 6 episode release, could use a few zombies with PETA shirts when season two comes out next fall. “Flesh is for Zombies” PETA shirts on an actual zombie would be funny but not nearly as funny as regular PETA shirts on Zombatized Vegan wackos, bent over to chew on some some poor bastards slimy organs.

Topics from this morning

Jeff Chedster was filling in for Charlie Sherman yesterday and today on the early morning show on 610 WGIR-AM here in NH and asked if I’d represent GraniteGrok in a "lightning round" format.  Here are the topics we touched upon and a couple of the links so you can read more for yourself! Patriotic Millionaires …

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Money Not So Well Spent

Dr. Edward Larkin gave a pair of women at the Milford Market Basket More for their Dollar last November when he approached them in the Supermarket parking lot with his “franks and beans” exposed. It turned out to be an unadvertised special, but one that New Hampshire taxpayers continue to pay for. The UNH professor, placed on leave after the incident, is still on the University payroll, collecting $87,375 per year while we wait for the bureaucracy to remember how it is exactly that you fire a State university professor doing nothing on the taxpayer dole.

Sign Of The Times

Bob Nickerson of Sandown had a campaign sign confiscated. It was a Carol Shea-Porter sign he had modified himself to say “Dump Shea-Porter Out Of Congress, Nancy Pelosi’s Lap Dog.” His first mistake seems to have been sending the Seiu-Porter campaign a picture of it. The campaign notified local police based on a state law that prohibits defacing campaign signs, and at the end of it all Bob lost his sign.

Happy Thanksgiving eh?

In recognition of finding the Bahama’s, public service union employees all across the fruited plain, get a paid day off. I’m not sure we need to “explore” this any further to get to the nexus of thought on the why’s and what for’s in this decision making process.