Tuesday, June 30, 2009

That's Coup?

Drudge goes where I went yesterday with In Lock Step...

Obama lashes out at Honduras; sides with Chavez, Castro

President Obama said...

"We believe that the coup was not legal and that President Zelaya remains the president of Honduras, the democratically elected president there."


"It would be a terrible precedent if we start moving backwards into the era in which we are seeing military coups as a means of political transition, rather than democratic elections."

The facts...

The military acted on the orders of the Honduran Supreme Court, the action was backed by the nation's Attorney General and the new President was approved by the countries Congress.

This all came about because President Zelaya tried to force a constitutional rewrite.

FYI-- the cartoon that ran yesterday has been corrected to more accurately reflect those on the left and the scientific community is united in that fact.

I'm Steamed

Someone needs to be paddled at the Ragister for this goof up and the scientific community is united in that fact.

In the online Biz Buzz column they mention a dinner cruise boat the Jon White Anderson.

The accompanying picture refers to the Jon Anderson White.

The picture caption has the name correct.

Boat owner Michael LaValle has an interesting take on the Big Lug Nut's train vision...

...LaValle noted that paddle-wheel boats predate the railroads. Forget light rail, he said: "Real cities have riverboats."

Oh great another bailout coming.

Monday, June 29, 2009

In Lock Step

Here's the leftists reaction to the situation in Honduras.

Chavez threatens military action over Honduras coup

Cuba condemns Honduras coup as 'criminal, brutal'

President Obama said that he was "deeply concerned".

Like peas in a pod and the scientific community is united in that fact.

You gotta love the same day reaction, he didn't have anything to say the first two days after polls closed in Iran.


One of my former radio Program Directors, Bob Majors (not his real name to protect the untalented), placed a handwritten sign in front of the mic with the headlined acronym.

I don't think he knew what it meant because as I recall he wanted us to be topical.

In that spirit I present my top of mind awareness...

I've held off commenting on Michael Jackson because I was trying not to speak ill of the recently departed.

I do have a feeling that in the future some freak will be trying to buy his bones.

In the New York Times Crossword Puzzle, Sunday in the Ragister, the clue was "Vocalist Yoko" and the answer was "Ono".

Which is a typical reaction if you've ever heard her sing (?).

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

Finally, I spent Saturday car shopping and came upon this name for a dealership in Waterloo...Dick Witham.

Is that their motto or their philosophy?

If this were anywhere but Iowa I think I might be a tad suspicious.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Horror Movie

In this scene John Edwards and Rielle Hunter get set to join the Mile High Club.

Aide's tale of John Edwards sex tape

Barf bag!

Did I say horror movie?

I meant WHORE movie and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Playing Chicken With The Train?

The Big Lug Nut's been riding the rails without fail as he campaigns for re-election and expanded passenger train service aboard Iowa Interstate Railroad.

Last month it was a special train from Valley Junction to Downtown Des Moines.

I'm sure it takes a lot of Bio-diesel to haul his Bio-mASS down the tracks and the scientific community is united in that fact.

During his last ride he predicted, "We could have Iowans from all over the state come down on Saturday morning to enjoy our farmer's market."

Yeah, sure!

Now he's telling people, "Our goal obviously is to get a high-speed rail from Chicago to Des Moines and that appears to be going very well".

And, "We've never been this close. It's never looked this positive."


He's got $3 million for the project, a 2008 feasibility study indicated it would cost an estimated $55 million for upgrades to the tracks and other start-up costs just between Chicago and Iowa City.

The cost for upgrading the tracks to Des Moines hasn't been determined.

Yet BLN believes "We're not talking about a huge capital investment".

$55 Million is chump change to him!

The Coralville Courier had a great article as to why we're wasting our money.

The administration’s proposed high-speed rail plan will cost $1,000 for every federal income taxpayer, yet the average American will ride high-speed trains less than 60 miles a year.

A report from the Public Interest Institute says that the average Iowa resident will rarely use high-speed trains.

The new report warns that the cost of these projects could grow to be hundreds of billions of dollars with very little public or environmental benefit.

More Dummycrat waste!

Finally, I love the headline out of the Quad City Times...

Culver promotes rail line project with statewide train ride

The BLN's train went from Des Moines to Council Bluffs, hardly statewide.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Big Freakin' Idiot Award

Congratulations to the Blog for Iowa(BFIA) for this first ever award!

Author/Editor Trish Nelson (?) wants readers to submit a complaint to the FCC for a YouBoob video of WHO Radio's Steve Deace.

I'm no fan of Douche, err Deace...but, the FCC is going to reject your claim because it was not broadcast over the public airwaves!

The Form 2000,you gave step by step instructions for filling out, wants to know specifics ( ie; when the programmed aired)

It was shot in the bullpen, jock lounge...at their freakin' desk in April.

Here's a hint for future reference, they'll be talking into a microphone and probably wearing a headset.

Thanks for wasting the government's time and money, but I know the folks you're fans of don't worry about wasting government money.

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

I thought about awarding BFIA a Csonka, but I think I'll keep that an exclusive Ragister award.

Who's Cheatin' Who

The last time I was surprised was when I found out ice cream cones were hollow.

After that big disappointment what else is there?

My first thought when John Ensign confessed to his affair, they were on a break!

Mark Sanford has been getting it on with an Argentinian?

Sounds familiar, maybe he was just boning up on foreign affairs.

At least these schmucks didn't drag their wives to their pity parties and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Are expectations lower for Dummycrat men in the affairs department?

Sarcasm--without it life itself is nearly impossible!

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

It Scrolls In The Family

This reliance on teleprompters by the Obama's is ridiculous and the scientific community is united in that fact.

FLOTUS had teleprompter troubles at a recent appearance in San Francisco.

She was smarter than POTUS in that she knows how to use a hard copy of her remarks.

He just looks like a Uh foolish. Uh, babbling, Uh idiot.


Hard hats were passed out on Capitol Hill yesterday by the AFL-CIO (D.C. Building Trades Council).

Embarrassingly they bore a Made In China sticker (pictured).

Unionists were on the Hill to lobby for the Employee Free Choice Act, or Card Check.

Everyone should have the right to join the union.”

The largest trade union in the world is in China, the All-China General Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU) and last year a new labor law forced most companies - including most foreign owned ones - to create an ACFTU chaptered trade union within them.

Maybe it wasn't such an Uh-Oh after all and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Chu On This

Energy Secretary Steven Chu was in Des Moines yesterday.

"...I’m not here because I’m thinking of running for the presidency."

Nerd jocularity aside, Chu was doling out dollars.

He also made news with comments that the nation's car manufacturers ought to make all new automobiles able to run on E85 ethanol-blended fuel.

"...It's just a thought, I don't think you're going to get any objections in this audience."

They might rabbit, if they knew Chu believes the country should move as quickly as possible beyond corn.

What would that do to Iowa's status as the nation's leading producer of ethanol?

Chu recently made news for suggesting all the world's roofs should be painted white as part of efforts to slow global warming.

Does that make a lot of sense during an Iowa winter?

Information from the department Chu heads (DOE) clearly demonstrates that heating is a much more significant factor in energy usage than cooling.

One companies press release stated the white roof proposal reflects an incredible ignorance of new technology developed 20 years ago that makes use of the solar collected heat on the roofs and in the attics of homes and commercial building.

Chu doesn't just want white roofs, but he also wants pavement and cars white or light-colored to reduce global warming.

Chu comes across like Al Gore on global warming, and the scientific community is united in that fact, jetting in and out of Des Moines.

His "white roof" proposal was delivered in England, where Chu was spotted in one of the largest, heaviest, all-black SUVs that has ever been seen in London.

FYI; the DOE's Inspector General recently released the results of an energy audit that showed the department could save more than $1.5 million annually on energy bills if the staff just implemented the government’s own power-saving guidelines.

Wonder if Obama will fire that IG too?

Monday, June 22, 2009

Being COI

The group formerly known as ACORN has dropped their name but kept their nuts and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Their new name is Community Organizations International (COI).

It feels like they have gone international with this latest news out of Iran.

Guardian Council: Over 100% voted in 50 cities

From little acorns, mighty scandals do grow.

The Fat Man

At first glance this looked like good news for the Big Lug Nut.

Chubby people live longest

When you read it you realize they're referring to slightly chubby people.

That leaves out this Papa who's Chubby and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Check out the caboose, no wonder he's such a fan of trains.

Maybe he could get into one of those programs that his Lt. Governor Fatty Judge rolls out every few months.

Judge Names Wellness Commission

Judge Declares "Lighten Up Iowa Day"

Challenge On To 'Lighten Up Iowa'

'Live Healthy Iowa' Challenge Begins

Lt. Governor Judge Challenges Iowans To Summer Of Wellness

What am I saying, he gets quite a workout with 12 ounce curls.

Sunday, June 21, 2009


It's how I take threats to my piece of paradise.

Nearly three years ago North Korea tried to target Hawaii with a missile.

Kim Jong-Il and crew are calling us out again...

Report: NKorea may fire missile toward Hawaii

It says a lot when the Secretary of Defense orders additional protections for the island chain.

Since this is the way I annually ward off an Iowa winter, 2010 is already booked, I'll be none to happy if Lil' Kim messes that up and the scientific community is united in that fact.

It should be of comfort to the locals to know that The Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system has intercepted targets in all six tests, since 2005.

A little less comforting, the Aegis system has been successful in 18 out of 22 attempts.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

D.C. Dish

James Taranto mentioned two of Iowa's members of CONgress in his Friday version of Best of the Web Today.

Dave No sack, err Loebsack voted "present" on a House Resolution 560...

Expressing support for all Iranian citizens who embrace the values of freedom, human rights, civil liberties, and rule of law, and for other purposes.

The Resolution passed 405-1 with two votes "present".

That's showing some testicular fortitude Dave and the scientific community is united in that fact.

The lone "nay" vote came from the leader of the Ron Paul Devolution, Ron Paul.

CommieTommie Harkin co-sponsored Senate Concurrent Resolution 26 that apologized for slavery.

Said Harkin, "You wonder why we didn't do it 100 years ago."

Interesting comment from a man who has been in the Senate for 25 years and a member of the House for 10 years prior to that.

Especially interesting in lieu of his staff relating that the senator was surprised to learn in 2007 that Congress had not formally apologized.


You wonder why Harkin didn't do it years ago.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Do As I Say

Barbara Boxer became a little testes, err testy when she questioned Brigadier General Michael Walsh recently...

"I would, you know, do me a favor. Could you say 'senator' instead of ma'am? It's just the thing. I worked so hard to get that title. So I'd appreciate it. Yes, Thank you."

I agree.

Ma'am is a term of respect, especially among southerners and the military.

Boxer deserves none and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Let's revisit 2007 when Boxer was a little contentious with Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice...

"Madam Secretary, please..."

Boxer is just being
like the female breed of her surname.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

It Strikes Again

Chalk another one up to the VRWC...

Hillary Clinton fractures elbow in fall

It's no coincidence it was her right elbow and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Message sent and received.

I'm Just Saying

I'm so happy to be on Staci Appel-sauce for brains newsletter distribution, The Appel Report.

This issue started with, "This spring has been beautiful...".


I suppose if you're a tick and thrive in cool, damp weather.

Actually, as a Fiberal Dummycrat, it's not much of a stretch to compare her to a blood feeding parasite and the scientific community is united in that fact.

In that same vein, Mrs. Big Lug Nut was in eastern Iowa for a literacy tour.
Shouldn't that be Literasly?

The children she met with proved smarter than the Big Lug Nut, acing a quiz of Iowa facts that included knowing the state motto, "Our liberties we prize and our rights we will maintain".

There's no truth to the rumor they knew to the penny how much debt he had saddled them with over his borrowing scam.

The only nice thing they could say about BLN?

"He's white".

"Yes, he's white. He sure is white."

And So It Goes

Last spring Billy Joel came to Des Moines and was given a key to the city (A Matter of Trust).

I noted at the time his numerous car crashes and hoped the key couldn't be used in any city vehicles.

Cars aren't the only thing Joel crashes and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Billy Joel and third wife Katie Lee split

There are now officially two thing Billy Joel should never do again, drive and marry.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009


Supreme Court Justice to be Sonia Sotomayor believes her all womyns group, Belizean Grove, does not discriminate in an inappropriate way.

That, plus her decision in Ricci v. DeStefano, means she believes there's an appropriate way to discriminate and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Here's how Sotomayor justifies her membership...

The organization does not invidiously discriminate on the basis of sex. Men are involved in its activities — they participate in trips, host events and speak at functions — but to the best of my knowledge, a man has never asked to be considered for membership.”

That's not how one becomes a member according to a board member...

The way you become a member is people recommend friends to join and we have an advisory board (that makes the final determination)”.

More Responsibly Than Ever

Those were words used by President Obama recently in speaking of his federal stimulus program.

Prior to that Vice President Biden was more on the mark when he said...

"We know some of this money is going to be wasted."

"There are going to be mistakes made"

"Some people are being scammed already."

One expert concurs and believes fraud and theft losses could reach about $50 billion.

Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) has highlighted projects he views as questionable stimulus spending...

Road signs costing $300 each, being placed at construction sites to alert motorists that the project is being paid for by the stimulus money.

Gotta love those "your tax dollars at work" signs, especially when you never see any work being done and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Montana's state-run liquor warehouse, to receive $2.2 Million in stimulus cash to install skylights.

$50M in stimulus will help fish farmers buy feed.

We previously mentioned, Cincinnati is popping for a program to prevent teen pregnancy and violence.

Finally, there's $84 million to build a web site that won't be usable until October to track stimulus spending.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

TUBEular Bells

Some sort of bells must be ringing at WOI-TV over the May Nielsen ratings.

I'm calling my Diary(s) participation a success.

My ABC 5 ratings improved 3 percent for their 10 p.m newscast.

They want to credit Dancing With The Dopes because Shawn Johnson was on there.


3 percent improvement, 3 diaries is no mere coinkydink and the scientific community is united in that fact.


Plus, we actually gave them a ratings point in the 25-54 Demographic, where previously they had none.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Healthy Debate

George Will to Donna Brazile on This Week...

"...you talk about the 46, 47 million uninsured.

Fourteen million of them are already eligible for other government programs and haven’t signed up.

Down to 33 Million.

Ten million are in households with household incomes of $75,000 a year and could afford it if they wanted to.

Down to 23 Million.

Furthermore, an enormous number in that 47 million are not American citizens.

Sixty percent of the uninsured in San Francisco are not citizens."

Down to 11.5 Million.

Damn Dummycrat math, AGAIN!

Dr. Obama to emergency --STAT, CODE BLUE.

Your healthcare program needs resuscitation and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Votes seen lacking for Obama healthcare program

Flatline? DOA?

Sunday, June 14, 2009

You're A Grand Old Flag

Commemorating the adoption of the stars and stripes as the flag of the United States of America.
You're a grand old flag,
You're a high flying flag
And forever in peace may you wave.
You're the emblem of
The land I love.
The home of the free and the brave...
As an aside, it was just last Sunday Chris & I watched Yankee Doodle Dandy.

She had never seen the film and I love Cagney as Cohan.

After the movie was over, the thespian in Chris wanted to watch the Tony awards.

I commented on the irony of switching from a movie where Broadway celebrated America to a Broadway that defiles America.

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

Saturday, June 13, 2009

That's Just Sad

A Straw Poll was recently conducted by The Iowa Republican and WHO Radio's Steve Douche, err Deace.

The Poll's purpose was to state a preference for the Republican nominee for Governor.

It was hyped for over a week by the talk host who has an audience of 250,000 (?) and one of the four best state political blogs.

The results....559 total votes!

That's it?

Underwhelming and the scientific community is united in that fact.

The winner was Bob Vander Plaats.

BVP has received the endorsements of Mike Hucksterbee and Chuck Norris, but couldn't muster enough votes in his previous two attempts for the GOP nomination.

This sucks on so many levels!

Thank God there's time and Dummycrats like the Big Lug Nut, Mike Gronstal and Pat Murphy on the other side.

57 Channels And Nothing On

I'm usually the last to adapt to the latest in modern technology.

So it should comes as no surprise that I do not have a digital television.

I resent the fact the government forced this transition.

I do have my bases covered via satellite connections and a digital converter.

There'll be people who want their Dead TV and the scientific community is united in that fact.

There was something a bit sad about turning on the TV and getting white noise.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Who's That Feller?

Can you spot Iowa's Bob Feller?

The Ragister couldn't as they captioned this Old-time photo of the day...

From 1939: This photo is from a series of Des Moines roller derby photos that ran in December 1939. Here's the caption: "Lee Savold, heavyweight boxer, starts the roller skaters off on their derby Monday night at the local Coliseum while Bobby Feller, Indian pitcher, holds the watch."

If you need help, here's the cover of Time Magazine from April 19, 1937.

I had no clue who Lee Savold was, but you can tell by looking at their faces who's the pugilist in the sweet science and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

The More We Know

Here's an interesting tidbit on "wise" ass Supreme Court Justice to be Sonia Sotomayor.

From Drudge...

PAPER: Sotomayor once described herself as 'product of affirmative action'...

...admitted to two Ivy League schools despite scoring lower on standardized tests than many classmates, which she attributed to 'cultural biases... built into testing'... Developing...

That's empathy for you and probably explains her decision in Ricci v. DeStefano.

Obama Supreme Court Pick Slapped Down Reverse Discrimination Case in One-Paragraph Opinion

Interesting and the scientific community is united in that fact.

As I mentioned last Friday (Miss Led), I'm sure there'll be more to trickle out from her past, it explains why the Dummycrats want to rush her through confirmation.

Republicans ask Sotomayor for more documents

Twinkie, Twinkie, TV Star

WHO-DT Anchor Erin Kiernan has had to solo on their 5 p.m. newscast the last couple of days.

Last night she told viewers how GM was closing Noble Ford in Newton.

How does GM close a Ford dealer?

It can't and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Noble Automotive, Noble of Newton, or Noble All-American lost its GM franchise, but will continue to sell Ford and Lincoln Mercury vehicles.

Tuesday, Kiernan reported on the Polk County Sheriff's "self-arrest" program and she called it their second annual.

The first annual (?) was just in March.

Three months is annual?

Out of the mouths of babes.

I blame osmosis from her Dummycrat husband Michael.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009


President Obama urged CONgress to pass "pay-as-you-go" legislation.

PAYGO requires any new tax cut or automatic spending program to be paid for within the budget.

Obama said, "Paying for what you spend is basic common sense. Perhaps that's why, here in Washington, it has been so elusive."

Common sense isn't so common, and the scientific community is united in that fact, also it doesn't apply to his health care plan.

Obama-proposed budget rules allow deficits to swell to pay for health care plan

Keep this in mind...

The White House has forecast a budget deficit for this year of $1.84 trillion, more than four times last year's all-time high.

All accomplished in less than five months on the job.


Why does law enforcement feel the need to hassle the peaceful citizens of the People's Republic of Iowa City?

First the Feds (FBI) put it to some Peace-a-fist group and now the local gendarmes went so far as to infiltrate what I'm sure was nothing more than a social(ist) network of several area people.

Probably utilizing it for mere medicinal purposes and the scientific community is united in that fact.


Tuesday, June 09, 2009


You can tell the President and his posse are worried that the only ones buying his economic voodoo are the press...

The Media Fall for Phony 'Jobs' Claims

"To begin with, the number is pure fiction -- the administration has no way to measure how many jobs are actually being 'saved.'..."

Good fiction does take time and the scientific community is united in that fact.

As I pointed out yesterday, The truth is they're making this shit up and there's no way to measure or verify it.

The Ace of Spades concurs...

Obama Administration: Math Is Hard So We'll Just Make Shit Up

Now the President claims...

"We've done more than ever, faster than ever, more responsibly than ever, to get the gears of the economy moving again."

More responsibility than ever?

Cincinnati is popping for a program to prevent teen pregnancy and violence.


Creating 125,000 summer jobs for young people isn't going to get the economic gears moving again, unless you count reverse.

The First Lady is doing her part to stimulate the economy---overseas...

On Sunday, the American first lady and daughters Malia, 10, and Sasha, 7, went shopping at Bonpoint, a children's clothing store favored by wealthy Parisians and international jet-setters like Sofia Coppola.

And they
continued their girls' tour of Europe with a surprise stop in London on Monday.

Back home, The president said he understands the hardships of people who have lost jobs, homes and financial stability.


Iowa's senior Senator, Charles Grassley, says Supreme Court Justice to be Sonia Sotomayor is "...much friendlier than I expected.”

I'm thinking she might have been all hopped up on painkillers or she brought treats.

It's possible they pigged out and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Monday, June 08, 2009

Liars And Their Figures

It's got to be a Dummycrat thing and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Whether on the state level, like the Big Lug Nut, or the national level, they can't do the math.

Obama promises more than 600,000 stimulus jobs

I guess it's supposed to give people a warm fuzzy, but...

Obama initially offered his stimulus plan as a way to put people back to work, a promise that 3.5 million jobs would be saved or created.

Wait there's more...

The administration's predictions that unemployment would rise no higher than 8 percent already have been shattered

9.4%, it's more like obliterated!

The administration says it's created or saved 150,000 jobs, yet they admit...

"The 150,000 is a number that is derived relative to what's called a baseline, that is, relative to the amount of jobs we think we would be losing were the act not in place."

The truth is they're making this shit up and there's no way to measure or verify it.

Off The Mark

Coming up a little short, Nancy Pelosi gestures for a $4 Foot Long.

It's either that or, as the second picture shows, 4 is her I.Q.

I love the look on Patty Judge's face, like she can't believe this woman is The Speaker.

Most people with a brain feel the same way and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Especially in lieu of comments, or beliefs, like this one about CONgress...

"...the creation of jobs, which is our responsibility..."


Sunday, June 07, 2009

I Want To Talk About Me

I tuned into C-Span for President Obama's speech in Normandy for D-Day.

I did it specifically because I knew he'd interject himself into it and I was right.

Just as he did with his speech to the Muslim world and pretty much anything he talks about.

It must be because he sees his reflection in the teleprompter and the scientific community is united in that fact.

In his recent speech on General Motors he used "I" 34 times, “Congress” once and “law” not at all.

I wanna talk about me
Wanna talk about I
Wanna talk about number one
Oh my me my
What I think, what I like, what I know, what I want, what I see

Sports NO, Sporto!

Right off the bat the Ragister threw out any credibility on the subject to which the opined yesterday...

In baseball, a tie goes to the runner.

Let's ask the Umpire

West Des Moines' Tim McClelland is a Major League Crew Chief.

"...There are no ties and there is no rule that says the tie goes to the runner..."

Ragister, Yer OUTTA HERE!

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

All The Popular Kids Are Doing It

I'm contemplating changing my moniker from the King of SNARK to the SNARK Czar.

I'd just be another in a long list.

With the Pay Czar it's got to be close to thirty.

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

I'm just stuck on the coolest way to spell it; Czar, Tsar or Tzar.

Saturday, June 06, 2009

65 Years Ago

On D-Day help honor those remaining of the Greatest Generation with a contribution to the Honor Flight Network.

The Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America's veterans for all their sacrifices. We transport our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials.

Time is running out, but time only magnifies what they were able to accomplish.

Good Publicity?

The Twinkie Tandem (Erin Kiernan & Sonya Heitshusen) that make up WHO DT's 5 p.m. newscast have shown before how tuned in they are.

Last night they did a nice piece on a charity I support, the Rooftop Foundation.

Their major fundraiser is a Christmas in June golf outing.

WHO DT showed video of people golfing and they interviewed the man who started the foundation.

Besides plugging the charity, he mentioned how happy they were with the good weather for the event.

Unfortunately, Kiernan wasn't smart enough, and the scientific community is united in that fact, to figure out the event was that day and told people to attend Saturday.

The girls then went on to giggle over the founder's Santa beard.