Monthly Archives: September 2012

Never on a Sunday

I write, research, and edit this blog. I work on the search engine and handle all technical matters. I wish I could devote even more time to it but I work and have a family and there’s so much out … Continue reading

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Revisionism and Romney’s Loss

Both the major media and Republican strategists are already working hot and heavy to spin Romney’ impending loss to Barack Obama. The consensus is that Mitt is a lousy candidate: not good at engaging with people, constantly going off message, … Continue reading

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A Life Full of Voting Against Your Best Interest, Akin Remains, and a Rodney King

In his Rolling Stone column the other day Matt Taibbi raised the point that the election should not even be close. Romney and the 1% have the money but that’s it – until they get their lackeys to limit the … Continue reading

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The NFL is a Sinking Ship, a Police Overreaction in Houston and Presidential Debate Moderators

It’s interesting to watch those devout union busters, Paul Ryan and Scott Walker, suddenly take an interest in collective bargaining when it affects their beloved football team, the Green Bay Packers. These guys are such hypocrites. When it comes to … Continue reading

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Neurotic Man Attempts to fill out a Profile for Yahoo’s Dating Service

I tried going to bars. I tried speed dating. I asked my friends to fix me up with someone. I prayed to the gods and trolled Barnes and Noble. And Starbucks. And Jamba Juice. And the local libraries. And the … Continue reading

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The Great Presidential Race with Less Than 45 to Go, Another Example How Fox News Makes You Stupid, The It Candidate, and How Romney’s Team Doesn’t Get It

Many months ago I said this presidential race was over, that Romney’s campaign was toast. I believe I might even had said this before the campaign began. I just didn’t see how Mitt or any of the other horsemen of … Continue reading

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Obama’s Second Term and Veterans Get the Shaft

I keep on hearing that an Obama second term will be different than the first. That without the constraints of having to worry about being reelected he’ll be freer to do what he thinks is right. And that the Republicans … Continue reading

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Never on a Sunday

I write, research, and edit this blog. I work on the search engine and handle all technical matters. I wish I could devote even more time to it but I work and have a family and there’s so much out … Continue reading

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Tim Pawlenty Pulls a Duran, the Great Businessman Comes Up Short, and Empty Tax Returns

The latest politician to yell “No mas!” is Tim Pawlenty, long-time loyalist to the Mittster’s ambitions. It was Pawlenty, you might recall, who was the first major candidate to pull out of the Republican Primary sweepstakes when he couldn’t gain … Continue reading

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Investment

From The Merriam-Webster Dictionary: Investment: the outlay of money usually for income or profit: capital outlay; also: the sum invested or the property purchased Process of exchanging income for an asset that is expected to produce earnings at a later … Continue reading

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