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2009-11-04 - 10:28 a.m.
So I spent the day at home, doing a whole bunch of laundry and watching a whole bunch of Sledge Hammer!.
I get the feeling that today I'll wind up paying for not walking. Maybe I'll pick up a salad at Burger King or something.
Speaking of how you feel...
Thomas Sowell writes here about how to truly lower medical costs, instead of the government way of shifting them or just not paying them at all.
Besides, why should we listen to the government when its members blatantly ignore their own "advice"?
In honor or Sesame Street's fortieth(!) anniversary, I bring you one of my favorite Muppet bits.
Oh, and this one. Maybe this is where the idea of "sliders" came from. Enjoy.
I miss Jim Henson.
Not much else happening. Onward, I guess.
Be seeing you.
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