Monthly Archives: May 2008

Not to Confuse Anyone…

Not to confuse anyone, but in a previous post, I stated that I had ordered a Suzuki. As it turns out, I have a different direction and found it necessary to cancel that order. So that won’t be happening. We’ll … Continue reading

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Obama’s Associations and Why it Matters

Some pundits are defending Obama’s associations with domestic terrorists and, apparently, multiple activist clergymen at his church. They seem to be saying that it doesn’t matter because these people aren’t Barak Obama. This is in regard to Reverend Pfleger, and … Continue reading

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About 55 mpg, I expect

Today I ordered one of these: Click the pic to go to the Suzuki site. It should arrive in a couple of weeks. The dealer was out of stock. I expect that, on average, I can actually recoup the payments … Continue reading

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Drinking and Driving

I covered DWI as related to Jury Duty, but here’s some more things to think about. I did some more research, and found the national statistics. These cover from 1994 to 2006. In 2006, the number of deaths from DWI … Continue reading

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Obama Endorsed by the Enemies of the US

Isn’t it interesting how the enemies of the U.S. are chiming in and endorsing Obama? The following people have endorsed or indicated approval of Obama for President: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Fidel Castro, former dictator of Cuba Hamas advisor Ahmed … Continue reading

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Jury Duty

I was called to do jury duty yesterday, in the nearest petit court. I have no problem with doing my duty, as I understand that this is part of the burden and blessing of being a citizen in this country. … Continue reading

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Book of the Moment #2

Just Finished: “The Sharing Knife * Passage” by Lois McMaster Bujold. See the previous post for some background. In this, the third book in the series, Dag and Fawn are traveling down the river, heading for the ocean. They meet … Continue reading

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