September 2008

Reasonableness

September 30, 2008

Statement from the Secretary Good morning, I have a brief statement and then I will take questions.  This department came out four-square for affordable housing back in the 70’s when interest rates were nearing 17%. No one could afford to buy new houses because the Banks and Wall Street were not being reasonable. This department […]

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Small Town Confessional

September 26, 2008

I follow a blog writer who moved to a small town from a large town. She is like a diver who has come up too fast and gotten the bends. As in, “bent out of shape” over all the drama that serves as entertainment for those lucky enough to be spectators instead of spectated.  She […]

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Perils of Early Voting

September 24, 2008

Notice:  The information contained in this post is about the future.  According to the Temporal Prime Directive, all information that would be detrimental to persons living in our present has been removed. How I came into this document is classified, but it involved barter of an unusual nature. Star Date -315845.17  Leuitenant Zorbg and I are […]

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Fire at My House

September 22, 2008

It is four in the morning and we’re standing in the yard in our night clothes looking at three firetrucks, two police cars, and a chief’s SUV filling up the street with blue and red flashing lights.  The dogs are locked up in my car, barking and howling, and the upstairs is full of smoke. Number […]

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New Home on the Web

September 21, 2008

Ok, so you noticed a few new things around here.  Looks better, doesn’t it? I used to host this blog at Google’s Blogger but they kept breaking things.  From what I can tell, last Thursday they decided to make all accounts have to log in with a captcha.  If you didn’t log in, your account […]

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