8 Years: Somehow I managed to overlook my Blogiversary.
Next time you have a hard time getting through to your doctor’s office: Remember that the Feds are tying up the line trying to figure out how hard it is for you to get an appointment.
He’s just so nice: Matt Damon is trying to find ways to help African people get clean, safe water. And he’s good looking, and he can act.
On Fitness: Ladies, please ignore the fact that it comes from a publication called “Men’s Journal.” The Truth is unisex.
Let’s Get This Out of the Way: Everybody knows that yet another appeals court says there’s no Constitutional problems with the Affordable Care Act, right? Ok, moving on then.
In other news, Bill Gates Doesn’t Understand Capitalism: Ignoring the diseases of poverty isn’t a failure, it’s a sign that there’s no money in it. That’s why it’s called “poverty.”
Shut up and get back to work!: Yeah, it sure would be nice to have paid sick days. I have no idea how you’d do that for those of us who are self-employed.
Professor is Correct Again: Cutting the budget deficit won’t put a single person to work. In fact, it will put some government employees out of work. It will also reduce GDP — which by definition includes government spending. Who are the President’s economic advisers? The ghost of Herbert Hoover? A least he understands that there is no way to balance the budget without taxes.
Computer Security: Don’t stick strange memory sticks in your computer! You don’t know where they’ve been! Stupidity makes hacking possible.
Missing Cute White Girl of the Week Club: Why it’s bad for all of us. Amen, brother.
Senator Bernie Sanders: Speaking Truth in a place where it has been lacking.
To those of you who just got out of medical school: Sage words of a Dinosaur.
Too Big To Fail: Simply must be Too Big To Exist.
Sahara: The sign is going to be at the Neon Museum.
Most expensive used car ever: A painstakingly restored 1963 Volkswagen Microbus.
Looking forward to it: Shatner‘s latest film is a documentary wherein he interviews all 5 actors who have played a Star Trek captain.
Speaking of documentaries: Everything you know is probably wrong.
Screw Infrastructure: Apparently it is more cost effective to build a bridge in China and have it shipped here. We won’t have any lasting recovery until we get away from the Latte Economy.
Tomorrow, I’ll have some exciting news for you. In the meantime, stay cool.