A North Carolina restaurant has put a ban on unruly children, with a sign on the front door saying screaming children will not be tolerated.And of course you know someone just had to bitch about it:
Brenda Armes, the owner of the Olde Salty's restaurant in Carolina Beach, said she got sick of customers complaining about parents who couldn't control their children during meals.
She said many parents allowed their children to treat the restaurant like their personal playground, misbehaving and 'squawking'.
But Ashley Helfin, a mother of two, said: 'I've never seen a restaurant say, don't bring your screaming kids in here. You can't help it if your kids scream.'Ummm, Ashley?The Princess Mom made sure each and every one of her children knew how to mind their manners in public. Just because you don't know how to parent doesn't mean the rest of the world has to suffer.
If you're ever in Carolina Beach, NC, go visit Olde Salty's!
I saw this article and just had to buy the book. How could you not find NASA's "coefficient of flatulence" fascinating?
And I do hope Mike Ditka's The '85 Bears: We Were The Greatest also comes out on Kindle. From these excerpts, it looks to be a hilarious read.
(I do have eclectic reading tastes, don't I?)
I see President Tin-Ear strikes again on the issue of illegal aliens. Too bad if the (legally) voting public wants the immigration laws already on the books to be duly enforced...
Speaking of President Tin-Ear, nice to see he's knee-capping Emanuel's chances as a mayoral candidate here in Chicago:
“My expectation is, he’d make a decision after these mid-term elections.”And...
"I think right now, as long as he is in the White House, he's critically focused on making sure that we're creating jobs for families around the country and rebuilding our economy.Right. As long as he's doing what you want him to do, its fine to think in the abstract about what a fine mayor he'd be.
"But I think he would be a terrific mayor," said Obama.
In the meantime, da locals have da edge.
If Emanuel remains at the White House until Nov. 2, he would be forced to play catch-up unless he has an army in Chicago “laying the groundwork” for him, said Ald. Pat O’Connor (40th), Mayor Daley’s City Council floor leader.Nice of President Tone-Deaf, who knows Chicago and Illinois politics, to cut the guy who's had his back all these many months a break. Now that's politics Chicago-style.
Candidates for mayor must file at least 12,500 valid signatures between Nov. 15 and 22 — and three times that many if they want to be certain they stay on the ballot.
“It could work. Clearly, he’d have enough money and it could allow him to size up the field. But, it could also allow people to make commitments [to other candidates] they can’t come off, which would limit his ability to make alliances,” O’Connor said.