For Christmas, we got Lydia Peppa Pig and the Queen on DVD. We were watching it tonight. Mrs. Rabbit gets an award as the most hard working person in all the kingdom and so Peppa and her classmates get to go see the queen. One of the kids asks the Queen:
Exactly. I propose spending no more next year than the treasury takes in this year. Real, honest cuts in the US Budget. Don’t increase the debt limit. The US won’t default. The country will have to not spend beyond what it takes in. If you disagree with that, then real honest cuts are needed in the federal budget. I say start with the Connie Mack Penny Plan.
You go in to get a hair cut and after you try to describe what you want, they look at you blankly. You know…you just KNOW…they want to know what number do you use? I hate hearing that question when I get my hair cut. If that was all I needed to know, I could flowbee my hair and be fine. Today, I came across this article on picking a barber. Here’s what I read part way down the page:
if the first question the barber asks you is, “What number do you want on the sides?” run out of the shop immediately.
That got an arm pump YES from me. I really dislike that question and wish I could find a barber like the one who cut my hair in Hermann MO.
I happen to disagree. Just because a business likes something doesn’t mean it is the best choice. Part of your job is to always speak you mind and tell them what you think. If the powers that be decide not to listen to you, fine. But at least you have given them more options to think about.