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2007-09-24 - 12:16 p.m.
Wow, what a weekend.
I got my shift wrong Saturday, and wound up going in five hours early. No big deal, I had a nice lunch and watched some of the baseball game.
Sunday, the Angels finally clinched their division with a 7-4 win over the Mariners. And in an nice coincidence, Sunday was Fan Appreciation Day at Angels Stadium. I'd say a winning the division title - their third in four years - was a great way to show how much they appreciate their fans.
Then I headed over to a friend's house for some homemade chili and these two movies.
Then I made it home in time to catch the new Jeff Dunham special, "Spark Of Insanity".
And order the DVD.
If it's Monday, it's time for Mark Steyn. Here he takes on HillaryCare.
So does Dick Morris.
NASA scientist James Hansen, a global warming "true believer", has some 'splainin' to do.
In the Seen Elsewhere Dept.:
What a difference twenty years can make.
Onward into the day.
Be seeing you.
2 comments so far
Smed - 2007-09-24 15:41:25 - http://smedindy.diaryland.com
It's easy - all of the crap we have put into the air since 1971 has changed the climate.
Only in politics are you branded for having the unmitigated audacity to change one's position after re-examining data.
John - 2007-09-24 18:19:27 -
Not exactly. Check out the alleged science behind the old "we're all gonna freeze in a new ice age" scenario and you'll see it's the same junk science currently being used to tout man-caused global warming. Sorry, Smed, but YOU need to re-examine the data--and I mean the REAL data, not the pro-GW BS.
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