I don’t think I’d agree with the assertion that “bloggers rely almost exclusively on well established, credible sources for their information,” judging from all of the things I found about the Federal Reserve Bank, but The Blogosphere: Progressive Echo Chamber? makes some good points that I’ve been musing about for some time. Basically, with conservatives [...]
I’m finding myself adapting to my coming “farm” lifestyle in unexpected ways, despite the fact that I was actually born in New York City. Today I walked otuside and the porch was wet — but only under the awning. Before I could react, I actually heard myself say, “Well now, that don’t make a lick [...]
I’m definitely working too hard. Check out Iceman and the Penguin. Click the iceman, and as the penguin drops, click it again.
Another one from my email box, but this one asks to be distributed. It’s about all the so-called “dangers” we’re protected from these days, and it’s kind of got a good point: where has common sense gone? On the other hand, as a kid I personally went arse over applecart when my bicycle’s handlebars came [...]
I’m sure there are others that will post this, but it just seems too appropriate to pass up. As usual, if you’re Rob or Sue (or someone from 103.2 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana) and you want me to take this down, say so. Rob is a commercial saturation diver for Global Divers in Louisiana. He [...]
If I can ever get it ready, I’m about to put my house up for sale. If you’re (seriously) interested in a decent-sized house on the water in central Florida, contact me. When I finally get my act together, I’ll post some photos of the house itself, but here’s a couple of pictures of the [...]
I can’t really add anything to this billboard.
Today’s Thought For The Day comes from Cowboy Wisdom: Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.
My wife is helping a friend with a dog show at the Florida State Fair, and so he sent her an email with instructions. … So all I need now is some signs showing the type of each breed. They should be small enough to be easily carried in the parade, but with large enough [...]