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I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

2008-03-10 - 12:06 p.m.

Hope you all had a good weekend. Mine was hit-and-miss. Saturday was a game night, so I got to hang out and have fun. I managed to do that despite only four hours of sleep the night before.

But I had a big problem the next day. Somehow, during Sunday, I managed to lose something big, and I've been looking for it ever since.

Somehow, I lost an hour...and I can't find the damn thing.

Well, with my luck it'll just turn up later...probably when I really need it.


Here's a story I picked up from Hud's blog about a woman who left the Hillary Finance Committee after they charged money to her credit card and refused to reimburse her, saying it would "save time on inevitable future donations and transactions".

Is that common? If you're a campaign staffer like that, can they use YOUR credit card at will?

Speaking of Hillary, Andrew Sullivan compares the Clintons to a horror film that never ends. Must be that Hillary cackle.


Oil hit $108/barrel today. Gas prices have spiked. Gee, I thought Nancy Pelosi was going to do something about that within the first hundred days of the Democrat's takeover of the House and Senate.

Remember, the items listed here have nothing to do with anything. It's all President Bush's fault.


There was a record snowfall in parts of Indiana and Ohio this weekend.

But...but...the global warming people said it would be a warm winter of record proportions!


There are times when a woman does the hyphenated-name thing after she's wed. She wants her maiden name kept as part of her new name, for whatever reason.

But let's face it - sometimes it's just not a good idea.


Onward into the day.

Be seeing you.


2 comments so far

Smed - 2008-03-10 17:45:56 -
All I heard in Minnesota would be that a La Nina would make it cooler. But warmer than a normal cool La Nina.


Bob - 2008-03-11 07:48:43 -
The important thing to remember here is that subjective experience is not proof. I could attest that I'm freezing my arse off, but that doesn't mean there is/isn't global warming. This is the problem with the 'boiling lobster' analogy - the lobster can't judge its peril from its subjective perception of the water's temperature ... and our own perceptions of temperature aren't any different, whether or not we believe we're being cooked/frozen as a result. --- Of *course* it's all Bush's fault ... until it becomes McCain's, or Hillary's, or Obama's.


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