I’m late posting. Sorry about that.
This seems to be my day for such minor things.
Item: My favorite coffee stop on the highway. Two workers from the Windmill Farm were on lunch break; stopped by the coffee shop for a munchies treat. Left. Climbed into their car, pulled out to the Hwy. Looked both ways. Both of them did – so say they and so say witnesses.
Pulled out on to the Hwy in front of a gravel laden semi and were creamed. Rolled twice into the bar ditch even and were pulled out alive.
The sweet drinks and munchies didn’t make it.
This from the web.
A new logo from a new government department; thank you obama. Emblematic of the present administrations viability:
Thanks to http://legalinsurrection.com
In case you’re wondering – make the gears work.
Not to be out witted or out thought in any manner, I mowed this morning. I carefully locked the workshop after, securing the machine and the tools. Then cleaned up for town and public.
Walking, self satisfied to the garage for the truck after a short session of losing robotic poker, I looked around well pleased with life and noticed that while I had ensured the security of the workshop via the side door, I’d left the overhead door wide open.
Life is good.
I came across a couple of “be afraid, very afraid” articles in a Be Afraid blog. The guy had posted a snippet of a flying saucer picture. I thought I’d forward the addy to a favorite’s list-er, who has a blog for such things. I think he keeps it just to amuse himself because his other blogs contain some good stuff.
Anyhow, I lost the the addy of the the snippet site and some how have managed to lose the addy of the favorite’s.
Life is hard.
I was trying to cipher why the government would like the economy to go into inflation. What good would tax raises do in inflation, and why would they re-do fixed income (for those drawing it now) in such an environment of inflation.
I made bundles of notes and deleted them all when I developed a Mobius Thought pattern.
I think I’d hate to be in Congress just now.
From the reaches,