Monthly Archives: February 2010


Announcements, announcements, an-now-ounce-ments! What a horrible death to die, what a horrible death to die, What a horrible death, to be talked to death, What a horrible death to die. Announcements, announcements, an-now-ounce-ments! (Boy Scout Campfire Song) I made some … Continue reading

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A Big Ole Thank You to Sarah Palin

This behavior displays arrogant, out-of-control government at its best, and Palin gets the credit because she trained these obstructionist types. Continue reading

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10,000 Buddhas

The town of Talmage in Mendocino County has a population of less than 1200.  The mean average income is $35,000/year.  The town is mostly white, but 16% Asian, which seems surprising in coastal northern California—surprising until you realize that most … Continue reading

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“And in this Tower of Babel . . .”

 “Thank you.  Thank you very much.  Please be seated. Thank you so much.  Heads of state, Cabinet members, my outstanding Vice President, members of Congress, religious leaders, distinguished guests, Admiral Mullen — it’s good to see all of you.  Let … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week

 “It is now no more that toleration is spoken of, as if it was the indulgence of one class of people, that another enjoyed the exercise of their inherent national gifts.  For happily the Government of the United States, which … Continue reading

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