• AdLib : Night Sally!

  • SallyT : Good night, AdLib!

  • SallyT : I’ll have them to you tomorrow late afternoon!

  • AdLib : That’s easy! And I’ll get a sneak peak!

  • SallyT : I’ll tell you that right now it is the last one. I don’t think I will be moving it up, tho.

  • AdLib : Heh, I will be looking forward to that one!

  • AdLib : Pope and Perry, sounds like a comedy team!

  • SallyT : Oh, and I will tell you first, my favorite is Bush in the bathtub! Watch for it!

  • SallyT : There are some good ones, especially on the Pope!

  • AdLib : Absolutely! And looking forward to the Sunday Funnies!

  • SallyT : You do the same. See you later around here somewhere!

  • AdLib : Sally, closing time and we get to split the tips again! Have a wonderful holiday weekend!

  • SallyT : Turn off the lights AdLib and I’ll get the door.

  • choicelady : Night all!

  • SallyT : Good night CL and see you later in the funny section!

  • AdLib : Give that kitty a pet for me and get some well earned rest, CL! Night!

  • AdLib : And at this rate, CA should be in a better condition in 2014. So CA on the way up, TX on the way down. Where do businesses want to be, up or down?

  • choicelady : Don’t know where Murph went, but I think I need to head to bed, too. Up early. Our one remaining cat has picked up the mantle of the older one and rousts me the moment he detects even the faintest consciousness. I’m just not interested in fun with kitties at 5:30 in the morning, but he’s pretty determined I MUST be. So I’m tottering off to bed. See you in the funny papers, Sally! Goodnight AdLib – be well. And great weekend Murph, wherever you are.

  • AdLib : Sally – What many people don’t know is how TX is going to run head on into an economic wall in 2014. They budget for 2 years at a time and have rigged the last 2 years of big deficits to explode in 2014. The state is at the bottom of the list about standard of living in the US, in education, health care, etc. and when the massive cuts are needed in 2014, people and businesses will find themselves hammered.

  • SallyT : Cl, you would have to pay me to live in TX with Perry as Gov. I guess that is what they are trying to do to get business there….

  • SallyT : It’s back fire from the re fried beans, CL!

  • choicelady : Sally – I’ll be looking for it all, thank you!

  • choicelady : Sally – who’d want to start a business in a state that bursts into flames every year? Even CA doesn’t do that.

  • SallyT : Oh, CL, Perry is in the cartoons! You will laugh, I am sure!

  • AdLib : All good stuff (minus the awful campaign for gov…which gave us Arnold). Top notch pro who’s right on the issues.

  • choicelady : Sally – can hardly wait to see those. Why any business would look kindly on a man who gave the kind of performance Perry did as presidential candidate, I don’t know. He’s a perfect idiot. Makes George look like a rocket scientist. And TX has the lowest ranking of almost everything that matters, but they do have low business costs. But then – you’d have to work in TEXAS.

  • choicelady : AdLib – he was an excellent Treasurer, he has been an outstanding proponent of bringing blue collar labor together with environmentalist s, and he was chair of the financial collapse inquiry. He ran the most piss poor governor’s campaign EVER, but everyone makes mistakes!! He’s really nice. Heard he’s a bear to work for, but i don’t.

  • SallyT : There are a few cartoons this Sunday about Texas courting your businesses in Calif. Pretty funny.

  • AdLib : CL – That would be very interesting. I was disappointed in his run for Governor but I have liked his positions all along the way. Very cool that you’re working with him.

  • choicelady : I have recently gotten friendly with Phil Angelides. We’d worked together some years ago, but he’s helping me with another plan and project I have. Maybe I can ask him – or wade through his report on the causes of the financial collapse. He stuck it to the banks etc. in that investigation! He’s a good guy. Pro union by the way.

  • AdLib : CL – Exactly. One party gives assurances about a product they’re selling when they know those assurances are false, that’s fraud. It’s not complicated.