Something to think about on your Friday. This was forwarded to me from a coworker -- kind of a "friend of a friend" thing. Names changed to protect the, uh, participants:From: Joe [mailto:joe@localhost]Sent: Friday, August 27, 2010 11:05 AMTo: MikeSubject: Greatest line ever... at the bottom in bold This is a BB conversation with my buddy … Continue reading Friday Entertainment
When I walked into the office today, there was a, uh, vehicle a bit out of place. It's not everyday that we have a burned out car sitting in our parking lot -- not in this neighborhood:Looks almost normal from here -- except for the glass all over the drivers' side.Okay, that's abnormal.Clearly, something went … Continue reading I Sent an Email…
Now that I've posted the Bill Whittle piece on the so-called Ground Zero Mosque, here's a bit of balance:The mosque is not at ground zero. It's a few blocks away.It will very likely be viewed as a triumph for Islam. It's a religion like any other and religions cling to symbols. This will be a … Continue reading Mosques, And Churches, and Synagogues, Oh My!
Another well-thought video from Bill Whittle.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qg_iDPRud_cTolerance is fine, but know when to say enough is enough. And when you decide you've had enough, be prepared to stand up and take action.Whittle stated quite well, "It is weakness, not strength; cowardice, not courage; and resolute action that start wars." Indeed. I think Sun Tzu wrote something … Continue reading Ponder This
Just watch.NSFW tune, but catchy nonetheless:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1IxOS4VzKMTurn it up.And, on the topic of Ray Bradbury, he shared his views of government and society recently.I've read Bradbury -- though it's been a few years. Imagine: a science fiction writer who spun tales of a dystopian societies ruled by even more dysfunctional governments -- living long enough to … Continue reading Why I Should Have Been a Sci Fi Writer…
Cool until something goes wrong, that is:From theChive. Probably borrowed from somewhere else.
Obama's staff throws him under the bus. I applaud them for opening their eyes and just hope that they can keep them open.