February 22, 2006
We’re moving to a new url and hope you’ll come on by.
Plus as a moving day special we’re giving you the
oppurtunity ,chance to get the new Tom Russell CD.
We saw him on Letterman last year and got on the net right away for the Borderland cuts.
Don’t be stealing any General’s horses because not that much has changed since 1919.
Hope to see you at the park tonight.
One more thing. If your slogging through this blog on internet exporer maybe you’d like to try this.http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/
And there’s this little gem.
February 18, 2006
Fighting desperately, but I just can’t get away. Since the shootouts Thursday night I’ve been pulled back into my opiate of choice, watching both the USAC and the Truck races yesterday. Today its Bushe league, tomorrow the Big One. If I haven’t OD’ed by Monday, I’ll be back to pointing out the obscene miscarriages perpetrated by our paid off Reps and myopic media. Till then, we’re on our own, with a Repub foot on our necks, just the way they like it.
Oh yea, by the way, News of the Weird gives a real news story a different spin. Life sentence huh? No more yachting for you ey, Duke?
Luckily, I read Kirby first thing this morning, so I have a voice of some reason keeping my head from just exploding. Wow, that was close.
My bad, its next to News of the Weird in Nation in Brief.
Thanks Mell for this little heads up.
February 2, 2006
Like Cervantes and Douglas Adams always remembered,
Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition.
I wish Dirk Gently was here. What am I saying? He is here.
As long as there’s an A section in the Sci-fi isle.
Fox news is reporting a computer viris to hit tonight at midnight. Eastern time? Don’t have protection?
Reddhead shows us why we may want to work together.
Please insert automatic bad word censor in your brain.
And maybe the Deseret news would like to meet Mr. Kettle.
January 30, 2006
Like Joe Young in Orgazmo we sometimes get into things we don’t understand and find ourselves in the outhouse. Thanks to Sundance Channel for the analogy.
Blogging can be like that too. Security and control vs. free exchange of ideas.
Some places make it pretty obvious they want more info before you swim in the pool.
Others let you feel at home and welcome you to the group, but if you post and get two or three idiot call outs, sit back and watch for a while to find out what’s what, and who’s who.
Different software packages offer different options as well, so keep abreast of the situation and remember you’re in a stranger’s home. Nobody likes the home teachers stopping by at dinnertime to teach a lesson. Apologize sincerely when the going gets tuff but being banned for life from the site is about the worst that can happen and that may turn out to be a badge of honor some places.
Colleen said it yesterday so clearly.
Respect brings people together; fear drives them apart.
January 29, 2006
Thanks so much for all the support and encouragement this week.
Now do your duty and increase our tribe.