@landrybender inspired this list. – the 3 most irritable things ever

Here are the three things that are the most irritable ever.
3. no one can give you a strait answer on the phone after you were on hold for an hour. a. Yes it happened to me.
2. Thinking that a contracter would show up today but didn’t. a. I was on the schedule if I can read my planner you can too! 1.

A. nope!


topics for Monday around the watercooler

1. WHAT TRUMP CALLS TILLERSON’S NKOREA TALKS The U.S. secretary of state is “wasting his time” trying to negotiate with Pyongyang over its nuclear and missile programs, the president says. 2. TRUMP SLAMS CRITICS OF PUERTO RICO RESPONSE The president brushes off “politically motivated ingrates” after he’s blamed for providing insufficient aid to Puerto Rico, which is suffering from widespread devastation after Hurricane Maria. 3. SPANISH POLICE INJURE OVER 800 DURING CATALONIA VOTE Riot police armed with truncheons and rubber bullets attack peaceful protesters and voters as a referendum on independence is approved.
4. FEWER NFL PLAYERS PROTEST DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM Many players stand for the national anthem – with some exceptions – a week after President Trump provoked them in a series of tweets. 5. OVER 140,000 FLEE VOLCANO THREAT Hundreds of earthquakes each day signal an eruption could soon hit Mount Agung on the island of Bali in Indonesia. 6. HIGH COURT SET TO DEBATE REDISTRICTING In its new term, the Supreme Court will consider cases on gerrymandering, worker rights, gay marriage and other highly charged issues. 7. HOW TOP ADVISER PORTRAYS TRUMP TAX PLAN Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says Trump’s goal is to boost jobs and lower taxes for the middle class with the tax cuts that critics say would benefit the wealthiest Americans. 8. WHO’S OUT OF JAIL O.J. Simpson is freed from prison in the dead of night after serving nine years for armed robbery. 9. ‘IT’ KNOCKS OFF TOM CRUISE AT BOX OFFICE The horror film returns to No. 1 with $17.3 million, edging out the crime drama “American Made.” 10. WHERE POT GUMMY BEARS ARE NOW ILLEGAL Colorado bans edible marijuana products shaped like animals, people and fruit that kids could mistake for candy.

omg 100% of us have disrespected the flag in 1 of these 6 ways.

I say 100% because if you have never done any of these things you are odd.
Per the Huffington post: On June 14, 1923, or Flag Day, a federal code was put in place that would serve as a guideline for how to handle the American flag. There are several sections in the code about proper national anthem conduct, how to display the flag, and yes, even how to respect the flag.
The code does state that everyone should stand at attention facing the flag during the national anthem, but standing or kneeling isn’t actually covered in the respect portion of the code.
So, here are several things we have all done but we didn’t know they were disrespecting the flag.
1. “The flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery. It should never be festooned, drawn back, nor up, in folds, but always allowed to fall free. ht huffington post So, that american flag button you have on is disrespecting the flag.
2. “The flag should never be carried flat or horizontally, but always aloft and free. ht huffington post If you hold the flag flat then you are disrespecting the flag.
3. “The flag should never have placed upon it, nor on any part of it, nor attached to it any mark, insignia, letter, word, figure, design, picture, or drawing of any nature. ht huffington post I have no idea if people do this but it is disrespectful.
4. “It should not be embroidered on such articles as cushions or handkerchiefs and the like, printed or otherwise impressed on paper napkins or boxes or anything that is designed for temporary use and discard. ht huffington post So, the flag related swag you get at the party store is against the law.
5. “The flag should never be used for advertising purposes in any manner whatsoever. ht huffington post I think I have seen this on tv before.
6. “No part of the flag should ever be used as a costume or athletic uniform. However, a flag patch may be affixed to the uniform of military personnel, firemen, policemen, and members of patriotic organizations. ht huffington post. I don’t know if team USA uniforms are disrespecting the flag. I don’t think so.

7 rules that we ought to follow when we go out and eat.

These are 7 rules that we all should follow when we visit
7. dont order coffee or dessert if you are the only person in a group who wants it. 6. don’t linger if it is busy.
5. don’t make the server splitting the check.
4. don’t ask for more than 2 substitutions when ordering.
3. never snap your fingers at your surver.
2. don’t be the couple sitting on the same side of the booth. 1. don’t show up 5 minutes before the restaurant closes.

8 reasons why people are happy that football is back

It’s football!

1. You could make money.
2. every game counts
3. much faster than baseball.
4. Your friday night is scheduled.
5. Your saturday is scheduled
6. Your Sunday is scheduled.
7. your Thursday night is scheduled.
8. After a long week you can spend time on your coutch enjoying the game. 9. 16 games rather than 162.

did you know? 7 facts for September 3

1. In 1803 teacher Prudence Crandall, controversial for her efforts to educate black girls, was born.
2. In 1777, the U.S. flag was flown in battle for the first time during a Revolutionary War conflict at Cooch’s Bridge, Del.
3. In 1783, representatives of the United States and Britain signed the Treaty of Paris, which officially ended the Revolutionary War.
4. In 1976, America’s Viking 2 lander touched down on Mars to take the first close-up, color photographs of the red planet’s surface.
5. In 1955, Bill Haley and the Comets turned down their first invitation to tour outside the U.S. because they were afraid of flying. 6. In 1951, the soap opera “Search for Tomorrow” made its debut on CBS.
7. In 1995, skater Tonya Harding made her singing debut with her band, the Golden Blades, in Portland, Oregon. The crowd booed her during her 15-minute set.

The AP has A list of 54 Jerry Lewis’ films incase you wanted to watch them

1. “My Friend Irma,” 1949.
2. “My Friend Irma Goes West,” 1950.
3. “At War With the Army,” 1950.
4. “That’s My Boy,” 1951.
5. “Sailor Beware,” 1952.
6. “Jumping Jacks,” 1952.
7. “Road to Bali,” 1952.
8. “The Stooge,” 1953.
9. “Scared Stiff,” 1953.
10. “The Caddy,” 1953.
11. “Money From Home,” 1953.
12. “Living It Up,” 1954.
13. “3 Ring Circus,” 1954
14. “You’re Never Too Young,” 1955.
15. “Artists and Models,” 1955.
16. “Pardners,” 1956.
17. “Hollywood or Bust,” 1956.
18. “The Delicate Delinquent,” 1957.
19. “The Sad Sack,” 1957.
20. “Rock-a-Bye Baby,” 1958.
21. “The Geisha Boy,” 1958.
22. “Li’l Abner,” 1959.
23. “Don’t Give Up the Ship,” 1959.
24. “Raymie,” 1960.
25. “Visit to a Small Planet,” 1960.
26. “The Bellboy,” 1960.
27. “Cinderfella,” 1960.
28. “The Errand Boy,” 1961.
29. “The Ladies Man,” 1961.
30. “It’$ Only Money,” 1962.
31. “The Nutty Professor,” 1963.
32. “Who’s Minding the Store? ,” 1963.
33. “It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World,” 1963.
34. “The Patsy,” 1964.
35. “The Disorderly Orderly,” 1964.
36. “The Family Jewels,” 1965.
37. “Boeing, Boeing,” 1965.
38. “Three on a Couch,” 1966.
39. “Way … Way Out,” 1966.
40. “The Big Mouth,” 1967.
41. “Don’t Raise the Bridge, Lower the River,” 1967.
42. “Hook, Line & Sinker,” 1969.
43. “Which Way to the Front? ,” 1970.
44. “One More Time,” 1970.
45. “The Day the Clown Cried,” 1972.
46. “Hardly Working,” 1980.
47. “Slapstick (Of Another Kind),” 1982.
48. “The King of Comedy,” 1983.
49. “Cracking Up,” 1983.
50. “Cookie,” 1989.
51. “Mr. Saturday Night,” 1992.
52. “Arizona Dream,” 1993.
53. “Funny Bones,” 1995.
54. “Max Rose,” made in 2013, released theatrically, 2016