Monday, February 11, 2008

Rearranging The Deck Chairs

Uh-oh, people are starting to do math. And not liking the results. How many rats have to desert a sinking ship before it's officially sunk?

Data encryption so good that the government can't break it, what a concept. And it's only $200. Too bad businesses and the government don't use it to protect our information, but they prefer to use those kinds of tools to spy on their employees and citizens. In the name of public safety, of course.

As if anybody actually thought that the troops were going to come home. Something really bad happened to that "government of the people, by the people, for the people", I think it perished from the earth.

Maybe people eat more because they figure they've saved the calories somewhere else? Like having a diet drink to go with your cheesecake. That's a savings of almost 150 calories. Yes, I'm being sarcastic.

Hmm, Bank of America is being added to the Dow. I guess they've harvested enough of their customer's money to be considered industrious. Chevron gets to be added because of the growing importance of oil and gas. And the enormous profits don't hurt, I'm sure.

Gary Bauer endorses McCain. What can be said after that?

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  1. Hmm, my post looks different from the preview. S/B Here's Krugman explaining...

    I hope you're doing better.

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