I received a very important piece of mail today, and I can’t really tell you about it — except to say that it’s confirmation of the personal news I received a few weeks ago. I have reason to be very happy. At the same time, the universe is sending me signs. I can allow myself […]
Archive for June, 2005
John Dvorak in *PC Magazine* on radio frequency identification devices.
Without any asssistance from me, Rich Johnston has done some further reporting on the Omega the Unknown situation. Wherever his information is coming from, it’s pretty good. You can read his current column here. He’s dug up a little more dirt on the Ultraverse matter, too. On the Yahoo Howard the Duck group, Derek Anderson […]
Driving around Las Vegas in the summer in a car without air conditioning is not pleasant. Too irritated to write about much of anything else today. Something less bitchy t0morrow, I hope.
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Now that Republicans control the White House, the Senate, the House of Representatives, the Supreme Court, and Sesame Street, I have three questions for America: 1. Where’s paradise? 2. When does the whining stop? Why do crybaby conservatives and fundamentalist Christians still feel so put-upon? What else do they need? Do all the blue people […]
The liberals on the Supreme Court of the United States should be ashamed of themselves for their majority decision in the New London, Connecticut eminent domain case. I’m ashamed to say I’m in complete agreement with Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas on a court decision — ashamed because this should have been a no-brainer for […]
No time for a long, pithy post tonight, but one quick reminder: If you decide to display one of the Omega the Unknown Informational Banners on your blog or web page, please leave a comment with your URL, so I can add your page to my link list. Major pith tomorrow.
(Or III, I guess, if you count dad.) Has anyone else noticed that the time since our Proxident’s second inauguration has borne a strong resemblance to the period after his *first* inauguration? I think we’re now seeing what the first Bush administration would have looked like *without* 9-11. Apart from the rampant lies, the blatant […]
I may have lent the wrong impression with my earlier posts about depression. Let me clarify a few things. Depression has always been a problem for me, but some times have been better and others worse. It’s mostly been varying degrees of worse since the late 1980s. Sometimes my creative focus has been more clouded, […]