Monthly Archives: October 2011

A day late and a dollar short

Well, ok, this has nothing to do with money.  I was going to write a post yesterday, but now, the entire premise of the post is is no longer valid.  I’ll explain…….. Most of you are acutely aware that there … Continue reading

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Protesters claim victory in winning right to wallow in their own squalor!

More bizarre behavior from our friends at Wall street.  Yesterday, they were supposed to move in increments in order for the park to be cleaned up.  (There are no portapotties in the park.)  In a show of solidarity and determination, … Continue reading

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Quiet too long!

Ok, so probably no one else that reads this blog cares.  But there really isn’t much going on in the climate world right now…….  oh sure, there’s the concept of Inorganic carbon, but that’s not what I’m talking about. I’m … Continue reading

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Hotmail ate my homework

Lately, I haven’t said much about our sea-level study.  I was really looking forward to give another assessment and show a significant progression of the work.  I’d combined the data which we’ve used ending in 2010, 2009, and 2008.  I … Continue reading

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Finally……

Texas Gov. Rick Perryvisited a cavernous steel plant outside of Pittsburgh Friday to unveil his plan for job creation through reform of the energy industry. Speaking at U.S. Steel’s Irvin plant, Perry said that his proposal — which would open … Continue reading

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Which shell contains the pea?

While many people were preoccupied by Solyndra and other things, many didn’t notice the program that provided the guarantees was shutting down.  Literally, in the last hours before the program ceased, Steven Chu and the Dept Of Energy rushed out … Continue reading

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Conversations with loons

As most of us know, the Occupy Wall Street movement has been hot and heavy lately.  On several occasions, I’ve attempted to dialogue with people that purported to be a part of this movement.  They are morons. They complain about … Continue reading

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Aussies attempt to replicate EU’s economy

Mark Australia down as yet another nation hell bent on keeping the world’s economy from growing.  They’ve added their name to a long list of names including the U.S. and every nation in the EU.  The passage of their version … Continue reading

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BREAKING NEWS!!! WALL STREET REACTS TO OWS CROWD

The reaction was to add 10,000 to their ranks …….got have them running scared.  (Wife is correcting my grammar.) Thank goodness those loons occupying Wall Street are helping things.  I guess their definition of “change” is real similar to Obama’s … Continue reading

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Thought I’d share……

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