Monthly Archives: January 2010

Smattering With Information

Offhand, I can’t remember ever hearing so much about the contents of a State of the Union address in advance of the address.  I suppose it’s historic, since it’s from a foreign-born non-citizen hell-bent on turning the US into a … Continue reading

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Events U May Have Mist

Saturday night there was a Windows update that snuck into my computer, and perhaps unrelated I was unable to get very far into my Windows Live Sunday night.  So there have been a few things.   Saints and Colts.  The … Continue reading

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The Whining

Oh yes.  The electricity goes away sometimes.  I know because I find clocks flashing and stuff.  But you know, the runoff keeps running off, there’s no new damage, the animals are happy, what can I say.  All systems go.  Houston, … Continue reading

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Senator Scott Brown (R-MA)

Back in the early days of Saturday Night Live, at the end of the Weekend Update skit with Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin, they used to do a recap of the top story for the hearing-impaired with Garrett Morris in … Continue reading

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can’t really say

I left off talking about earthquakes a few days ago, but the disaster in Haiti is still top news.  It’s good that we’re providing aid and installing a US presence there.  Better us than Al Qaeda.  Al is good at … Continue reading

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earthquakes?

I’ve been hearing a lot about the situation in Haiti, from NewsTalk 1530 KFBK.  They are saying it was a 7.0, everything from shanties to palaces destroyed, maybe half a million deaths.  It’s just huge and horrible.  I haven’t looked … Continue reading

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this pairing thing

Some people, it’s on the top of their list.  I’m more concerned about today’s adventures in the rain.  I don’t want to forget to bring anything that might be important.   Well, I know who I like.  That’s pretty well … Continue reading

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