Monthly Archives: September 2010

that’s scrappy

Rest in peace to Tony Curtis, 85, Las Vegas, Nevada.  So immediately after the first debate, here’s Gloria Allred.  She’s produced a nine-year employee of Meg Whitman, housekeeper, illegal alien, with horrible tales of human rights violations.  Meg?  That’s what … Continue reading

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training mission

That’s it.  That’s all there is to it.  Windows Live is redirecting everything here, and I can’t get back to my tequila-sunrise theme.  Themes is what they call your wallpaper on WordPress.  I visited my journalspace and discovered a lot … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Hi, I just got here from Windows Live and I’m glad I could replace that standard header picture with the sheep in it.  Thanks for that. Years ago in one of my conservative news feeds I found the story of … Continue reading

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Word Press Migration

I was going to write about how happy I am, sitting here with a new wire spool in the kitchen, listening to an old Bob Seger, having just spoken with my favorite girl in the whole world and finding out … Continue reading

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On Redistribution of Wealth, Mr. President

"To take from one, because it is thought his own industry and that of his fathers has acquired too much, in order to spare to others, who, or whose fathers, have not exercised equal industry and skill, is to violate … Continue reading

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On Nosy Neighbors

The old house computer I bought refurbished from Heartland America is still working just fine on dialup.  I wish I could say the same for the netbook.  Yesterday I used the Wi-Fi at the laundrymat to download anti-virus updates and … Continue reading

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On Hot Cars

I think I know what her problem is.  She bought a hot car.    See, when a guy buys a car like that, people say, "OMG.  He bought that car because he’s having a mid-life crisis.  He bought that car … Continue reading

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