bad-postcards:

SOUTHERNERS ONLY

THE SOUTHERNER RESTAURANTon U.S. 301Elm City, N.C.
Open 5 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Offering Good Food Promptly and Courteously Served. 

bad-postcards:

SOUTHERNERS ONLY

THE SOUTHERNER RESTAURANT
on U.S. 301
Elm City, N.C.

Open 5 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Offering Good Food Promptly and Courteously Served. 

Reblogged from BlackBook
ecosnobberysucks:

 The Southeast is where greener living thrives
Forget Cali and New England, the Southeastern United States is where living greener converges with the normalcy of everyday life.
And at the heart of the Southeastern green scene, is Chattanooga, TN.
This small-ish river city, situated near the junction of Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama isn’t only Outside Magazine’s “Best Town Ever” 2011 winner, but it is a ridiculously robust hub of healthier and greener lifestyle habits that fall on the pragmatic side of the extremist scale.

ecosnobberysucks:

The Southeast is where greener living thrives

Forget Cali and New England, the Southeastern United States is where living greener converges with the normalcy of everyday life.

And at the heart of the Southeastern green scene, is Chattanooga, TN.

This small-ish river city, situated near the junction of Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama isn’t only Outside Magazine’s “Best Town Ever” 2011 winner, but it is a ridiculously robust hub of healthier and greener lifestyle habits that fall on the pragmatic side of the extremist scale.

Reblogged from Fuck Yeah Domesticity
nationalpostsports:

Obama: “Clear eyes, full hearts, CAN’T LOSE!”OK, fine, he is chanting “Win the day” with the Silver Streaks football team at Galesburg High School in Illinois, a stop during his Midwest trip. Jason Reed/Reuters

National Post, ONE MORE AWESOME POST LIKE THIS and I am cancelling my Globe & Mail esubscription and getting you guys instead.

nationalpostsports:

Obama: “Clear eyes, full hearts, CAN’T LOSE!”

OK, fine, he is chanting “Win the day” with the Silver Streaks football team at Galesburg High School in Illinois, a stop during his Midwest trip. Jason Reed/Reuters

National Post, ONE MORE AWESOME POST LIKE THIS and I am cancelling my Globe & Mail esubscription and getting you guys instead.

Reblogged from National Post
Nope. Zero,” the president said to the speaker. Mr. Boehner tried again. “Nope. Zero,” Mr. Obama repeated. “John, this is it.” A long silence followed, said one participant in the meeting. “It was just like an awkward, ‘O.K., well, what do you do now?’
— President Obama to Speaker Boehner about how much he would be willing to cut from Planned Parenthood funding. (via comeondontbullshitme)