My dad recently asked me what my ideal candidate for political office would be. I thought about it for a second... 'Robot.' 'Haha...seriously. You have to vote for a person.' 'Okay...robot.' 'Alright, son. I'll play along. Why a robot?' 'They have no party affiliation. They do what they're told. They don't need food or sleep … Continue reading The Fourth Law of Robotics: Voter Early, Vote Often
I’m a sucker for market research. Will I ‘Definitely’ do them, ‘Maybe’ do them, or ‘Not Lkely’ to do them? Definitely ‘Defintely’! Marketing is slick. You might not realize it, but most everything you see on TV, hear on the radio or read in a magazine is filtered through people like me. Ever hear of … Continue reading Would You Like My Vote With That?
So… My dad gave me the Sarah Palin book, Going Rogue for Christmas because he knows I have no use for her and he thought it would be funny. Despite my promise to return the book ‘on the way to the airport’, I have decided to keep the book and try and read it. How’s … Continue reading Going Rogue: The Review
So, it’s the holiday weekend and me and my in-laws are sitting around watching tv and we hear ‘…with 18 months to go in her term…’ accompanied by a photo of The Barracudinator or whatever they’re calling Gov. Palin these days. “What was that?” "Don’t know, try another station." We flip around and come to: … Continue reading Sarah Palin: Go Gently Into That Good Nighto
“I don’t care to belong to any club that will have me as a member” – Groucho Marx, probably others. I agree with that. Totally and whole-heartedly. I was never a boy scout (on so many levels), a frat-boy, or a Young anything. I will never belong to a country club, or serve on a … Continue reading Where do I sign up?
We could drill everywhere in the U.S. and not meet our energy needs or reduce prices. The U.S. contains only 3 or 4 percent of the world's proven oil and gas reserves. As the U.S. Department of Interior has indicated, at the most, only 4 billion barrels of oil reserves lie off the entire Atlantic … Continue reading Expanded domestic drilling and its ‘benefits’