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2009-10-21 - 10:48 a.m.

Picked up Brin at the airport. Fought our way through nasty bad evil traffic and got her here...just in time for me to run off to work.

Ah well, we have a week to visit.


Well, the Yankees whomped the Angels last night, 10-1. Ouch.

Both California teams are now within a game of being eliminated.

So it may be a red-vs-blue World Series after all - just Phillies red and Yankee blue.

We still beat the Red Sox. I'm content.


Would this video be considered discriminatory today because it makes the main characters look foolish?

And there's your title link (thanks to Brin for the suggestion).


After scaring children at local McDonald's with their "McCruelty" campaign, PeTA is now trying to win over Muslims.

This will end well.


Okay, this makes no sense to me:

WASHINGTON - Sen. Orrin Hatch is asking President Barack Obama to launch a Justice Department investigation into college football's Bowl Championship Series over antitrust laws.

Gee, did the president solve all the other problems already, so now he has time to investigate the college football bowl system?

I must've missed that.


Okay. Time to get going. Food awaits.

Be seeing you.


1 comments so far

Brin aka Bindyree - 2009-10-21 17:53:50 -
I don't know, Dave. Looks like you're provoking a visit from People for the Ethical Treatment of Bathmats.


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