Skip to comments.Joe Bastardi's Saturday Summary May 24, 2014
Posted on 05/24/2014 8:33:14 AM PDT by Excellence
This one-for-the-ages video is a companion piece to an article Joe Bastardi wrote and posted on Patriot Post:
The Coming Nine Months: Mud in the Eye of the So-Called 'Permanent' Drought? http://patriotpost.us/opinion/25957
Things are looking up for Texas even as I type, and the future looks even better, and for California, too. In fact, Joe says 2014 is going to be a great year for California red wines.
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What name. Probably learned how to be tough in school with a name like that.
Is there anywhere I can read the text? I can never get the gif to start.
It helps that he’s a New Jersey boy.
Honestly, when I first saw that name I thought it was a joke, or someone’s derogatory name for someone.
Read this, it’s basically the whole thing in a nutshell.
Are you running on a Windows platform? Have you installed Silverlight? I just did a clean install of Win8.1, (I had to reinstall Vista, then the upgrades) and have only installed Silverlight so far. I haven’t installed Quicktime or RealPlayer, yet. Or iTunes for that matter, which would include Quicktime.
Thank you for the posting. I look forward to it every Saturday.
I think he was a wrestler at Penn State.
GOOD FOR Him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I just LOVE this stuff! Thanks for the reminder every week. :)
How often is there ice on the lake for Memorial Day?
As far as I know, never.
I’m glad you like it. Joe Bastardi has been putting out a flood of information on Twitter this weekend. It’s been interesting.
I’m not a ‘Twit’ but I love his weekend wrap-ups. Lots of data there that’s almost always spot on. :)
And still a body builder......
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