Daily Archives: July 2, 2009

Enter the Weekend

And it’s time to rock! You want to buy the Flight 666 CD (or better yet, the utterly awesome DVD). Oh yes you do. I watched the film in HD recently in the comfort of my home, and not only … Continue reading

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Obama to Troops: WTF?

Firehand has the must-read.

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The Soundboard: I got nothing Edition

You don’t want to know what I’ve been listening to as of late. While talented and groundbreaking, it is truly just a guilty pleasure that is truly degrading to admit to listening to. So I’m gonna let y’all drop your … Continue reading

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A vegetable

So, I’m eating my dinner yesterday morning (turkey & swiss stacked think on wheat with a Deschutes Cinder Cone Red Ale) and I’m watching Obama’s fake “town hall” speech. He gets done and says he’ll take questions. They make a … Continue reading

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RNS Quote of the Day: 07/02/09

They called him “Silent Cal” because of his ability to be succinct. If he couldn’t say it with as few words as possible, he just didn’t say it. I’m glad he spoke the truth here If business can be let … Continue reading

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Happy 4th of July, Washington

You’re out of liquor! Here in Washington, the state has a monopoly on the sale of liquor. And, like anything the government gets its hands on, they’ve screwed that up. Don’t panic, but a glitch in the state’s liquor distribution … Continue reading

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The 411

Want to know if you’re important enough for California to pay you in cash instead an IOU? Felix Salmon has the list. (Hint: You’re probably not)

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Saving the Economy

Of Germany: Merkel’s doing it right Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, cast aside her image as European champion of fiscal discipline on Monday as she launched her re-election bid with a manifesto calling for higher public investments and €15bn in … Continue reading

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