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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Maybe I Should Start Smoking Dope and This Might Make Sense

via Townhall - New California Law – No Bosses
The California Legislature is debating a bill that has passed through committee that would phase out hierarchy within a company. The bill is considered a landmark bill by many to eliminate what has been referred to as “wholesale oppression” of employees of a company.

Speaker of the Assembly Toni G. Atkins (D-San Diego) sponsored the bill and hailed it as the next step in equal rights for all Americans. In the State Senate, President Pro Tem Kevin De León cheered the efforts of Speaker Atkins and stated he and his caucus were fully on board. De León (D-Los Angeles) said, “No longer will workers confront the hostile environment which comes every day when they have to face being stratified in their careers.”

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Enjoy Your Sunday

The Flume Gorge, Franconia Notch State Park, NH

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Rule 5 Saturday LinkOrama

Iza Goulart with Coconuts

Proof Positive - Friday Night Babe Yanet Garcia

Randys Roundtable - Thursday Nite Tart

Ninety Miles From Tyranny - Hot Pick of the Late Night and Morning Mistress

Grouchy Old Cripple - Saturday Boobage

The Feral Irishman - Friday Femme Fatale

The Daley Gator - Daley Babe

Diogenes Middle Finger News - A Good Monday Morning and Fishnet Friday

Theo Spark - Nina Agdal, Robyn Lawley and Friends Sexiest Moments SI Swimsuit 2015"

The Last Tradition - TLT Friday Babe of the Day - Sally Ferreira

American Power - Emily Ratajkowski Deep Cleavage

Woodsterman - Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

The Other McCain - Rule 5 Sunday

The Pirates Cove - If All You See ...

Friday, July 31, 2015

Friday Babe

Alexina Graham

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

NFL Upholds Four Game Suspension for Brady

Roger Goodell Upholds Tom Brady Suspension
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has upheld Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for violating the league's policy on integrity of the game, the league announced Tuesday.

The full final decision from Goodell can be read here, although it doesn't necessarily end this saga. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that Brady will sue. Brady's camp will seek an injunction on this suspension to try to keep Brady on the field.

Goodell indicated that Brady's destruction of evidence was a factor in upholding the suspension.

"The most significant new information that emerged in connection with the appeal was evidence that on or about March 6, 2015 -- the very day that he was interviewed by Mr. Wells and his investigated team -- Mr. Brady instructed his assistant to destroy the cellphone that he had been using since early 2014, a period that included that AFC Championship game and the initial weeks of the subsequent investigation," Goodell wrote in the final decision on the appeal.

"During the four months that the cell phone was in use, Brady had exchanged nearly 10,000 text messages, none of which can now be retrieved from that device. The destruction of the cell phone was not disclosed until June 18, almost four months after the investigators had first sought electronic information from Brady."

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