Tell me it isn't True- Solitaire Playing Politicians

Someone please tell me this picture is fake.

House Minority Leader Lawrence F. Cafero Jr., R-Norwalk, pictured standing, far right, speaks while colleagues Rep. Barbara Lambert, D-Milford and Rep. Jack F. Hennessy, D-Bridgeport, play solitaire Monday night as the House convened to vote on a new budget. (AP)

The guy sitting in the row in front of these two appears to be on Facebook, and the guy behind Hennessy is checking out the baseball scores.

Someone please tell me this isn't true. I don't care if you are republican, democratic or whatever. Seriously this is a bunch of crap. Have you seen the Gross National Debt lately. They are voting on the budget. For those that don't know much about money let me give a little advice. (common sense) If you are in debt then a budget is paramount. Solitare, Facebook, and baseball can wait.

Please, please someone tell me this picture is photo-shopped and not true.

Happy Halloween from Jake Green's Official Blog!

I saw this and realized that if the driver in that BMW X5 from my last post was a guy he most likely would have backed down, and then try make it all the way over the cars he ran over in the first time.

Smashing pumpkins is cool but smashing pumpkins with a monster truck is even cooler!

Happy Halloween everyone!

A Lady Drives a BMW X5 Monster Truck!

In this video someone (most likely a lady) demonstrates perfectly how not to park a BMW X5. The one on the right is the gas and the one on the left is for stopping. If you hit the one on the right twice you will go faster. Sounds complicated but really it is a fairly simple even 4 year old's can do it.

But what gets me is after the apparent "holy crap did that just happen" moment this lady has the nerve to drive off. She probably got caught anyways. 

But seriously how awesome is the fact that a stock BMW X5 can be used as a monster truck!  I would have never guessed. Maybe I should pick up a used X5 up and go to town.

Check it!

These Business Models Are Awesome. You have to Watch.

Tom's Shoes has a simple business model. For each pair of shoes they sell they give a pair of shoes to a child in need. Apparently this model is simple and effective enough that some other people had to copy it.