Monthly Archives: July 2010
Since I’ve posted a couple of these recently and cannot remember this being one of them, here you go Clicken for “Pitcher Size”, of course.
Now the legalese and paperwork division of the Immigration Dept. is looking to play with the rules to move the Shamnesty forward. According to an internal U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services memo going the rounds of Capitol Hill and obtained … Continue reading
Last work day of the month. Saved the last for the best. I thought the asinine uselessness of this administration had reached â€˜8â€™, but I was holding the report sideways. Anonymous From Nancy @ Excels at Nothing Found @ The … Continue reading
And I’ll never look at Spongebob quite the same way again. NSFW.
What I said before about the Wikileaks being a good thing, in that it keeps government honest, still stands.Â However, those who deign to release information deemed secret do have a responsibility to ensure that the information released won’t hurt … Continue reading
Doggies are once again ensconced in their luxury kennel at Woodland Veterinary Hospital while we head to Santa Ynez for our niece’s wedding at the lovely Roblar Winery. I’ll be using this trip as a mock bugout towards the Central … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to write this up for a week now but haven’t had time, but now I do. Last week, a group of males drove to a house in the Lakewood/Tacoma are after getting into an argument via a … Continue reading
The “most open and transparent government, ever” just got another new FOIA proof agency. Under a little-noticed provision of the recently passed financial-reform legislation, the Securities and Exchange Commission no longer has to comply with virtually all requests for information … Continue reading
ErnestThing gave me this earworm Sunday, and it’s still with me, so now I give it to you. Here’s the version with the voice track — very cool in and of itself.