Monthly Archives: November 2008

Some good news for a change

After living thru “Black Friday” (in both the literal and figurative sense) while working at the local Walmart, it was good to hear the report from the manager today that yesterday was a great day… for our store at least.  … Continue reading

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Same old, same old

So now that the Obama cabinet appointments are beginning to put meat on the bones of his “change” mantra, let’s see what we have so far.   A somewhat extended quote from Jim Geraghty’s blog puts it in perspective this way: … Continue reading

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You’ve got to be kidding

OK.  So  Warren Buffet — economic advisor, I get that one.  While I don’t agree with his views on taxes, at least the man has a demonstrated record of making money and building companies. But… Jennifer Granholm — economic advisor??  … Continue reading

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From the past to the present

Anyone who knows me knows my fondness for Civil War history.  So you can imagine my delight in finding this gem amidst the finger pointing on the conservative side of the aisle for the last several days.  I am a … Continue reading

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My job search

This is how I feel at times with my job search!

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From Jonah Goldberg’s blog… Quote of the Day, from a reader on Obama’s victory: “It’s kind of like being diagnosed with testicular cancer.  You hope to live through the treatment, but you don’t look forward to what you’re about to … Continue reading

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A look back before moving on

I know there are lots of people celebrating the “historic” election of Obama.  While I do not share in the celebration, I am realistic enough to know that an Obama presidency is going to be a reality that will have … Continue reading

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