I just realized that Tuesday is the last day of the month. That means I only have three more days to do the posts I want to do before She’s Right closes up shop for good. I had better get cracking!
I was out today and every place I went was playing Michael Jackson. Even Small Dog Electronics (an Apple store in So. Burlingon, VT). And Barnes and Noble Booksellers was playing some instrumental version of “Smooth Criminal” with a violin. It was surreal.
I tried to find the violin thing on You Tube. I found this [...]
No, I did not watch the infomercial for Obama’s health care reform, but I have been wanting to say this.
According to President Obama,
“If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. If you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan, period.”
Last night, [...]
The Burlington Planning and Zoning Office refuses to issue a Certificate of Occupancy to a landlord who replaced rotting wood siding with nice new siding.
“It was a distinct loss when the original siding was replaced,” [Mary O’Neil, a historic-preservation officer with the city’s Planning and Zoning Office] said of the three ALPH buildings. “They no [...]
The first two “Top Headlines” on my Google homepage:
Iran police ‘use gas’ on protesters
Obama tells men what kind of dads they should be
That reminds me, the ever-funny right-wing humor blog IMAO has a list of the “Top Ten Reasons Obama Hasn’t Spoken Out About Iran.”
My fav is #7.
Thought iRan was the accessory for the iPod [...]
This is a post that I have put off writing for weeks now. I am not sure where to start, so I’ll start at the beginning. That is always a good place to start.
Back in 2001, I wanted to start a website to post my political rants. The first name I came up with was [...]
Green Mountain Daily has a post this morning about the upcoming health care reform battles. It, of course, misrepresents the opposition to the “public option” because how else can the left win a debate on any issue other than mischaracterizing the opposition? (You’ve gotta give them credit for being proactive, though.)
A “public option” would be [...]
I’d better get on that, eh?
I am having a really hard time blogging about politics these days. And I don’t mean just because I have to wear these blasted wrist braces that go more than half way up my forearm.
I guess I heard one too many times that old saying, if you can’t say anything [...]
I am sorry that I left you all wondering what happened to me. Thank you, those of you who e-mailed. I really should have posted something.
As I mentioned, I have been having hand pain recently. I did see a rheumatologist about it and I have hypermobility, which is putting too much stress on my tendons, [...]