Charity on December 13th, 2008

Yesterday, I was reading some of the comments on a couple of posts over at Burlington Pol about Burlington Mayoral candidate Dan Smith.  It seems people have questions about this political newcomer.
Who is this guy?
Where’s he from?
Is he a Republican? [Cue sinister background track]
I was going to do a post this morning that attempted to [...]

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Charity on December 11th, 2008

Hey blog readers, long time no post.  Sorry about that.  See, as you probably know, I homeschool three active young boys and we are only a couple of weeks away from Christmas.  It is utter madness around here.  Utter.  Madness.  (Don’t you hate it when people do that?  Do. That.  I do.  Almost as much [...]

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Charity on December 6th, 2008

We are just a few short months away from my favorite election of the year – Town Meeting Day. This year will be even more eventful than usual, with a hotly contested mayoral race.
So far, we have a political newcomer, independent Dan Smith, and long-time Democratic City Councilor Andy Montroll throwing their hats in [...]

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Charity on December 5th, 2008

Will someone please run a remedial math class for liberals? Because if I read one more time that Governor Douglas’s re-election had anything to do with the three-way race, I am going to have to shoot something. With a nerf gun, probably, but still, something will be shot.
Here are the facts: Douglas won [...]

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Charity on December 3rd, 2008

Updated, with good news.
I use Firefox as my browser of choice, mostly.  I have to use Internet Explorer for Netflix watch instantly and occasionally another site that only works in IE.  Otherwise, I use Firefox.  And it has served me well, until recently.  It has just been getting on my nerves.  It keeps hosing up [...]

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