Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Mrs. Miles Brothers Corp Day!

The Miles Brothers Corp opened its imaginary doors for bidness in 1988. Six years later, in 1994, the MB© expanded its visionary operation with the Mrs. Miles Brothers Corp division (and the Original Mrs. Miles Brothers Corp). A half century before that, in 1944, Mylah Sands had become Mrs. Miles.

Mylah is the Honorary Original Mrs. Miles Brothers Corp, and she is the symbol of our priceless MMB© branch.

Mylah was born on 31 March 1922, and with the power vested in me by the MB© and the EIB Network, I hereby proclaim today -- and every 31st of March -- as Mrs. Miles Brothers Corp Day!
If you see a Mrs. MB©, please give her a lovey-up (hug) on behalf of the entire MB©. Happy Mrs. Miles Brothers Corp Day!
Love, SMiles :)

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Yes Keith Can

On 16 Dec 2009 someone spoke passionately about the Senate health bill. That person was Keith Olbermann.

Today, in a big stage signing ceremony, President Obama signed the Senate health bill into law.

Here are some of Keith's quotes about the Senate health bill (the new law of the land):

"We must now not make the defeat worse by passing a hollow shell of a bill just for the sake of a big stage signing ceremony."

"The mandate in this bill under which we are required to buy insurance must be stripped out. Make enough money to take care of yourself and your family and you must buy insurance, on the insurer's terms, or face a fine. This provision must go."

"You (President Obama) must now announce that you will veto any bill...containing a mandate."

"The Senate bill with the mandate must be defeated."

"We must not buy federally-mandated insurance..."

"I will not buy this insurance. Brand me a law-breaker if you choose. Fine me if you will. Jail me if you must."

Now that the Senate health bill -- with the federal mandate -- is the law, I'm sure Keith will remain consistent in his thoughts.

Thank you,
SMiles :)

You can watch Keith's full commentage here (Part 1):
And here (Part 2):

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Common Sense

President Ronald Reagan said government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem. Can we all agree that healthcare is (or should be) something between a patient and a doctor or nurse? Can we also agree that anytime government gets involved, there are often numerous negative unintended consequences? So how have we gotten so close to a Big Government takeover of the American healthcare system? Sadly, this attempted giant expansion of Big Government (and the IRS) has a stack of intended negative consequences. Hopefully, it is never too late for a dose of common sense. Having the Democratics "fix" our healthcare system is like having arsonists help fight a fire. How about healthcare reform that lessens government involvement between the doctor/patient relationship?

Saturday, March 13, 2010


Special Miles Brothers Corp haikuage:
Johnnny MB©!
Happy 20,000 Days!

I Love You, SMiles Brothers Corp :)

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Full Meal Deal

Not too long ago in Miles Brothers Corp history, Chef Scott prepared the following meal at our MBC Maui Branch. The main components of the meal were chicken breasts with green beans served over rice.

Ironically, on the very same evening, Chef Kit was serving something very similar looking at our MBC West Fargo Branch. Chef Kit had prepared pork chops with green peas served over noodles. Even though these two branches of the Miles Brothers Corp are separated by 3,700 miles, similar looking meals are on the menu without any coordinated effort.

Feel free to click on these pictures for close-up viewing.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Hocus Focus

There are many optical illusions out there but this one caught my eye. Then my eyes tried to get properly focused on that weird middle circle. Anyone who easily gets dizzy probably won't appreciate this post. I'd say the issue isn't all black or white. The gray areas usually cause the most debate.