Tuesday, December 26, 2006


This was the topic of a conversation on KFOG earlier this month. I don't like the song at all, whether it's being used in a commercial or played on the radio. It gets on my nerves.

It looks like it's going to rain. In California that means we get a splash title (bold and in caps) every time they mention it on tv. Drivers forget how to drive in the rain and everyone is surprised when some house slides off a hill. Like gravity doesn't work. It's just rain and wind, not a hurricane.

Winchester may be out of the blast zone unless someone brings the blast zone to them, which is quite likely. Public discussion? During the Decider's reign? You're joking, right?

Hoo boy, Big Brother watches and talks. There will be no lying to Santa next year, or anyone else that might have a uniform and a badge. A new version of peer pressure. Right.

Courtesy of the WSJ we have a word geek alert. Wordie.org.. I'm not fond of the layout but the idea is pretty cool.

A little too late to regret all that steroid use, not that anybody is bringing it up. Just like a stick figure, overbuilt and inflexible.

Jolly Roger riffs on Blunder Boy (as he refers to him) and how he "listens" to his generals. Which is why I refer to them as the crew without a clue. And the military deaths continue, even more than we lost on September 11. The civilians count even less than our troops.

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