Category Archives: News
There seems to have been a real ramping-up lately of the stupid in these parts. I notice it most in how aggressively people are driving…it’s been bad, even for around here. I see it in the customers at work, too. … Continue reading
It’s a good thing that I don’t have time this morning to write the post I keep thinking about writing.
Because really? I think I might actually do it this time, if I had an hour. But I don’t. How’s that for elliptical and annoying?
John Hawkins did a flash poll, in which I participated, on the bailout. Interesting results, more skewed than I had expected. The last question, though, looks like people answered based not on where they stood, but what they thought public … Continue reading
Your Issue Profile: 24% Obama, 76% McCain When it gets down to it, you tend to best match John McCain. But he’s not the perfect candidate for you, and you may not be sold on him yet. Obama shares a … Continue reading
One of our favorite villains, Elliot Spitzer, may have helped create the AIG situation. Go Spitzer!
Mitt Romney MassHealth Healthcare Financial, Inc. Thomas G. Gennis The voice “talent” of Signature Healthcare’s phone system The designer of Signature Healthcare’s phone system Heck, the designer of MassHealth’s phone system Downstairs neighbor Upstairs neighbor Anyone who calls us after … Continue reading
The question came up on account of remnants of Ike having winds in the category 1 range, so people were calling it a “hurricane.” I knew that wasn’t so, because there is a definitional boundary unrelated to wind speed, but … Continue reading
I have decided to call the communist state health plan by the evil Mitt Romney and gleeful Democratic legislature, commonly known as RomneyCare, ComneyCare for short, so I don’t have to write out the communist description. But I pregress… A … Continue reading
There’s another Instapundit poll I just had to point to because the results are so fascinating (and it’s an interesting question, which I’d love to see the results of if the 1st place finisher were excluded). The question: If you … Continue reading
This is an updated and abbreviated version of a post I have been meaning to write and have a couple times had partially written for weeks, and relates to mentions here (linked by Sarah in this awesome post), and over … Continue reading
The blackened sky out there right now, driving a welcome wind through the windows, reminded me I didn’t write about yesterday’s tornado warning. Yes, warning. Not even a mere watch. Yes, in Massachusetts. If that surprises you, by all means … Continue reading
Exactly what we keep taking about. They don’t want to be repaid. They want to milk you in perpetuity. Well, the teets are chapped and blistered, the udders are dry, and the cows are increasingly skittish.