Monthly Archives: September 2009

the right to petition the government for redress of grievances

I really don’t know what they’re protesting, or why. I usually find stuff like this fascinating but I really can’t spare the time right now to do the digging. But that doesn’t matter. I find the following statement highly disturbing: … Continue reading

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hell of a week

After getting hired and then promptly surviving the first round of layoffs, by default one of my hats became that of a software tester. Turns out that finding out all the stupid things people might do to your freshly coded … Continue reading

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say what? raped by our government?

I stumbled across this, late last night. I took it as a sign to turn in for the evening. …We don’t get a lot of press or recognition because we’re a quiet folk who routinely go to work, pay our … Continue reading

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are we beta testing the H1N1 vaccine?

I’ve just gotten my seasonal flu vaccine two weeks ago, but I’m not even sure that the H1N1 vaccine will be available. If it is the question is would I take it? Since each year’s seasonal normal vaccine is made … Continue reading

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introducing millions of 14-year old boys to “officer friendly”

Dave Rock (of Davesfarm, my guilty pleasure on youtube) had a raid recently. Well, maybe that’s the wrong term. He had an inspection of his property by an agent of the local government for unlicensed vehicles. Of course, for the … Continue reading

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