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I’m not blogging here with the frequency I used to due to some serious time constraints. However, I would invite you to check out my other blog that features shorter posts, fewer rants, and links on a variety of different subjects. Actually, you don’t even have to go over there to get the goods. You […]
Obviously, there’s been a slowdown of posts here over the last few months. Posting here is going to probably going to remain slow for and maybe get even slower. Lately I’ve been posting over at scottadcox.com for the most part. The posts there are shorter, more snarky, and even less on topic. I’ve had less […]
The current poll asks for your Waffle House hash browns order. So far, seven people have voted, but only three have included “scattered” in their options. Uh…can you get hash browns at Waffle House that aren’t scattered? I could be wrong, but I don’t think so. Carry on.
Am I the only one who is discreetly wiping a tear from my eye to learn that Yahoo! is shutting down GeoCities? Back in the day, GeoCities RULED! Honestly, GeoCities hasn’t crossed my mind in years, and I was surprised to read it was pulling this kind of traffic recently: GeoCities’ traffic has been falling […]
I love rhetoric. I link to stuff here all the time that’s full of it (rhetoric that is), and I’m guilty of utilizing it myself. Maybe “guilty” isn’t the right word. I prefer “adept” to “guilty”, but it’s not my place to use that adjective. I blame it mostly on of Rhetoric in the Classical […]
Well, that’s $100 million out of $4.2 trillion, but still–it’s the gesture that counts, right? Following this example, it makes perfect sense for me to go out and borrow $42,000 I can’t afford in order to buy a new used car. Of course, I won’t get the heated seats air freshener hanging from the rear-view […]
Imagine my surprise to find that in addition to the few fringe/dangerous/extremist wing nuts who ventured out to express their disagreement with the insane spending going on in Washington, a couple of thousand other folks showed up as well. After driving around for 30 minutes or so trying to find a parking spot (must’ve been […]
Over on Facebook, a few of my friends have made some interesting remarks in their updates. One is an accountant who is fed up with the complexity and oppression of our tax laws. A couple of others are just hard working guys venting about, well, the complexity and oppression of our tax laws. It made […]
Michael Silence has a great round up of links related to the Knoxville Tea Party tomorrow at World’s Fair Park. Currently, this is a non-partisan movement, and I hope it stays that way. Of course there are literally dozens singles of people who actually support the current spending insanity that’s going on and will turn […]
Why is a tax credit for home purchases only good for first time home buyers? Wouldn’t making it available to everyone lure even more people into the market? Doctors, lawyers, engineers, car salesmen, politicians, school teachers, reporters…the list goes on and on. Is there any profession out there that isn’t loathed by anyone? I’d say […]