Monthly Archives: June 2008

IQ in your future?

Toyota’s hoping many people will be looking to increase their bottom line with the purchase of an IQ. I’m tempted myself. This little car looks like the ForTwo, only it is for three adults plus one child.  Read more here.

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Thank you Comedy Central

I hadn’t heard that. Too funny. I wonder if the  President has heard of $5 a gallon gasoline.

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A Rather good presentation

A good speech by Dan Rather. Rather is talking about the free press that is articulated in the first amendment of the United States Constitution.

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Memories

301 Hazeltine Today while I was waiting for Diane to finish shopping I used my GPS and found what used to be the United States Naval Reserve Center at 301 Hazeltine Avenue in Jamestown, New York. It was here that … Continue reading

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Devin on “D”

Devin on “D” Devin was guarding a couple of big guys today and Jon Burgio was one of them. Jon is a recent graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo and in addition to being tall and … Continue reading

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Absolute power

Those who seek absolute power, even though they seek it to do what they regard as good, are simply demanding the right to enforce their own version of heaven on earth. And let me remind you, they are the very … Continue reading

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Macker time

Today I spent part of the afternoon watching my son and several of his friends take part in the Gus Macker Three-on-Three basketball tournament in Jamestown, New York. I’ve been watching Devin play in Macker’s for a number of years. … Continue reading

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Those damned Iranians

Turns out the Iranians may have duped us into attacking Iraq. It does seem to have strengthened their hand. Defense Department counterintelligence investigators suspected that Iranian exiles who provided dubious intelligence on Iraq and Iran to a small group of … Continue reading

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I was right

Five plus years ago I received a nice letter from the White House informing me that the President appreciated my letters asking him not to go to war, but that he (the president) knew better and that we had committed … Continue reading

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David Rees

First thing I did after running nearly 9 kilometers this morning was come home to a refreshing shower and then off to check my Google Mail. I’m a fan of David Rees on Huffington Post and Dave must be an … Continue reading

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