Monday, September 7, 2009


Today is Labor Day.
President Grover Cleveland initiated the measure after the Pullman Strike in 1894 as a way of acknowledging all the hard working citizens who for the backbone of any nation: the workforce.
At least, those who actually have the day off may celebrate.
Some consider this the end of Summer, although that is still technically a few weeks away.
So whether it is for yourself or a paycheck, try not to work to hard.
And if possible, please contribute to the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon through your local outlets.

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