Yippie — I saw that a plow had gone down my street. It scraped off the snow last week, and of course left the ice.
My question is why the city can’t put down salt on residential streets, especially because I live on a hill. Whether temperatures are warm enough or not for the salt, it still should be put down.
Why? Because if it does not melt the ice at the time, it will provide some sort of traction so people won’t slide around. And once the temps get up high enough for the salt to work, it will clear the road a lot faster.
Try it and you might see that I’m right.
I would like to announce my candidacy for Dennis Moore’s congressional seat, but I’m going to run as a Republican. It’s the American dream job. Where else can you earn a six-figure salary while doing absolutely nothing except saying “no” to everything?
The Democrats have it all wrong. They work their tails off proposing ways to help the American people with little to show for it. As a Republican, I would be able to kick back and earn the same salary, and no one would know the difference.
Better yet, it’s almost a lifetime appointment. After all, Kansans, along with the rest of the country, are ready to kick all the bums out. Obviously, Kansas does not think its senators or congressman are part of the problem, so vote for me.
I promise I’ll continue doing what all of you have come to expect.