Monthly Archives: March 2010

Come on people, aren’t they endangered enough?

The Associated Press says I can’t tell you this.  But I think it’s just outrageous.    Some time ago I posted a picture of Tatiana in the slideshow on my home page here.  Tatiana was a Siberian tiger housed at … Continue reading

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Time to STFU?

Well, it might be here.  People being charged for things they said.  People being arrested for things they haven’t done.  I mean it’s OK for a liberal state senator from San Francisco to start an investigation into how much a … Continue reading

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hammering, netbooks, rain, hoops

There are still people driving around with Obama campaign bumper stickers?  Good Lord.  I see them too.    The patriots, not to be confused with the Republicans, sometimes parallel agendas but they diverge on some issues, um, are not letting … Continue reading

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you never get the whole story

 The US Department of Education is investigating an age-discrimination complaint against the University of Connecticut.  Maybe you heard this one.  The student in question seeks a bachelor’s degree in ecology and evolutionary biology and another in environmental studies.  A real … Continue reading

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I just joke about it, but people are fed up

What’s this?  The FBI is giving Democratic members of Congress advice on how to handle threats and violence?  Because there’s been some?  Because people are angry about the health care bill?    I can’t imagine that.     I mean, … Continue reading

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Full yet?

The guy behind the counter at the Chinese deli has this habit of stuffing way too much food into the styrofoam tray-pack.  There’s no point in trying to slow him down while he’s doing it.  I suppose I was late … Continue reading

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It’s not really over, it ain’t started

What a squeaker!  219 to 212.  You think that’s binding?    Poor ol’ Dan Lungren sent me three e-mails while this was in progress yesterday.  The health care vote in the U. S. House of Representatives.  Dan points out a … Continue reading

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