Monthly Archives: March 2015

If they would have read it in the first place

They wouldn’t have to grovel Six Democratic senators and one independent have asked the Department of Health and Human Services to a delay a new rule that would likely force small businesses to pay more for employee health insurance under … Continue reading

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Free Agent

So that’s it. I’m done with school (I do have another quarter scheduled in the fab shop for side projects) and am a member of the available workforce in the job market. I have sent out nearly a dozen resumes … Continue reading

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You and I knew it wasn’t true

But HuffPo needed a headline FBI figures tweaked to show phony increase in mass shootings, report says Crime stats published by the FBI and relied upon by the media distort the gun violence and leave the public with the impression … Continue reading

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If you get bored this weekend

Here is a fun little time waster: Men Kampf – Using the power and convenience of Mozilla Firefox, Men Kampf takes everyday feminist rhetoric and translates it into Nazi friendly Deutsch Muttersprache (German mother tongue). So you can go to … Continue reading

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2 Down, 1 to Go

Yesterday was my SpeechComm101 final. No results yet, but since it was 40 vocabulary questions and 10 T/F questions, I’m not worried. Saturday was my Psych100 final. Bombed hard, but did every ounce of extra credit during the quarter and … Continue reading

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No, that’s not extortion at all

In the Obamanation FEMA to States: No Climate Planning, No Money The Federal Emergency Management Agency is making it tougher for governors to deny man-made climate change. Starting next year, the agency will approve disaster preparedness funds only for states … Continue reading

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Trading in

One kind of “fire” for another. Pittsburgh – The Boilermakers Local 154 made an offer Tuesday in Braddock that about 30 people could not refuse. In exchange for turning in their guns, no questions asked, people were given tokens to … Continue reading

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Speaking of New Jeeps

Not sure how they’re going to work this Chief-redux on the Wrangler chassis, but it’ll probably be OK if it’s not to original scale. Either way, I’ll be watching.

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Stuff and Stuff

It’s sad. I have stuff to write about, but no time because of the end of quarter happenings. Here is some music instead. I’m having to burn these 30-60 minute long DJ mixes onto CD’s until I get time enough … Continue reading

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The Opposite

Of “Community Investment”. Ferguson Home Values are Plummeting, Residents are Feeling the Pain The average selling price of a home in the city has been on a steady decline since the shooting of Brown last August, according to housing data … Continue reading

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