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Old 10-28-2011, 04:06 PM
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the lunch lady will serve whatever she can get on sale and more than likely its crap .. i'd say do away with school cafeterias all together and teach the kids from young to pack and make a good, nutricious lunch .. that's what i do ..
It's in loco parentis, the school is responsible to make sure the kids are properly fed while they are in the care of the school. If the cafeteria personnel can not handle it, it should be a matter for the HR department or the PTA, not Congress.
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Old 10-28-2011, 07:43 PM
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I'm reading a biography of John Adams and am at the spring of 1776, with members of the continental congress agonizing about how to achieve independence, whether they should even consider independence. The price to pay was treason and death by hanging. Adams himself typically spent 12 hours a day in service to his fledgling government.

I think our forefathers are turning in their graves at the actions of our current bunch of clowns in congress.
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Old 10-28-2011, 08:20 PM
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I'm reading a biography of John Adams and am at the spring of 1776, with members of the continental congress agonizing about how to achieve independence, whether they should even consider independence. The price to pay was treason and death by hanging. Adams himself typically spent 12 hours a day in service to his fledgling government.

I think our forefathers are turning in their graves at the actions of our current bunch of clowns in congress.
Well said!
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Old 10-30-2011, 03:59 AM
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I'm reading a biography of John Adams and am at the spring of 1776, with members of the continental congress agonizing about how to achieve independence, whether they should even consider independence. The price to pay was treason and death by hanging. Adams himself typically spent 12 hours a day in service to his fledgling government.

I think our forefathers are turning in their graves at the actions of our current bunch of clowns in congress.
I've often thought this myself about our forefathers...what they would think about how we've interpreted or rather mis-interpreted what they put down...how it's been twisted beyond what they probably intended or meant especially the "separation of church and state".
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I've often thought this myself about our forefathers...what they would think about how we've interpreted or rather mis-interpreted what they put down...how it's been twisted beyond what they probably intended or meant especially the "separation of church and state".
Espessially considering the words seperation of Church and state are NOT even in our Constitiution! The far left likes to quote things that ain't even in thier. So yeah you have a real good point!
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Woke up in the morning, put on my new plastic glove.
Served some re-heated salsbury steak, with a little slice of love.
Got no clue what the chicken pot pie is made of.
Just know everything's doing fine, down here in Lunch Lady Land.

Well yesterday's meatloaf, is today's sloppy joes!

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Woke up in the morning, put on my new plastic glove.
Served some re-heated salsbury steak, with a little slice of love.
Got no clue what the chicken pot pie is made of.
Just know everything's doing fine, down here in Lunch Lady Land.

Well yesterday's meatloaf, is today's sloppy joes!

That brought up good memories, rd!



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That brought up good memories, rd!



All I could think of was "Sloppy Joe, a slop a sloppy joe!"
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