Tag: McCain

Silly and Serious

We’ll start with silly. Dan Haun’s ongoing efforts to be the number one contributor to my blog continues with his submission of “Charting The Beatles” As you may recollect I had mentioned before the flowchart of Hey Jude, well this is way beyond that. Rather enjoyable (once I used a utility for the visually impaired […]

A busy blog post today: Politics, Promotions, Gay Marriage

COMPANY VIDEO First, I’ve posted a short video of Interstate. It’s not a commercial but a promotional video. The real difference is a commercial is trying to sell you something. We’re just telling you a bit about us. This was shot by a private contractor working for BellSouth/AT&T to attach to our Internet ads for […]

More Election Thoughts and Detailed Analysis

In my previous post, I said and now, we boldly go into a new future for America, Americans, and the World. I want to throw lots of stats out to show you what the world things. I have mentioned before that I subscribe to The Economist, a decidedly stodgy old conservative British publication. They opened […]

Barack Obama: President Elect. Congratulations!

Congratulations to President-Elect Barack Obama for winning a decisive, historic victory. The electoral college will show a huge win. The popular vote will show otherwise — it’s pretty close like the last two elections. Less than 10% is still close, but it is a mandate by the people and a sign that it’s time for […]

Obama. Yay.

I watched Obama’s speech last night and I thought it was one of the better political speeches I have ever heard. I’m sure it caught the other camp off guard. It offered some specifics. It offered generalities. It was well delivered, and it made some very strong points against the other camp without being an […]

Heavens to Murgatroid

Thanks to Snaglepuss for today’s subject line which has no bearing on anything at all! Two quick book reviews. First, Cruel Zinc Melodies by Glen Cook, another novel in the Garrett PI series. As all novels in this series, it was enjoyable. There has been less and less humour in each successive novel. That’s not […]