Let ESPN Know This Is Unacceptable

Rush Limbaugh goes and does what ESPN is paying him to do – encourage controversy at others expense. But guess what – I’m not tunning in. And I will encourage my friends and family to tune out in protest. Get this quote: “I don’t think he’s been that good from the get-go. I think what […]

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Blogosphere Abuzz – Mainstream Media Buries

Oh, it’s in some papers (WashingtonPost), but it’s not registering on TV. Website postings are not enough. There is meat to this story: rc3.org The Pennsylvania Gazette Oiliver Willis Daily Kos Talking Points Memo Political Wire slacktivist suburban guerrilla Will the mainstream pick it up? Not simply as website updates, but during prime-time network news? […]

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A Question For My Friends In California

Where were these candidates for governor during the regular election? Where was all this passion? How was it so bottled up? Where will it be after this is over? Is this recall election a fad?!?! I’m not a Californian and I’m talking out my ass. Maybe this NYTimes story can answer my questions. Probably not.

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Poverty on the Rise

I realize to some that this news is a few days old, my weblogging schedule not what is once was. There is something you should know, if you are not aware… The poverty threshold for a family of four is $18,392. For individuals the amount is $9,183. The percentage of people in severe poverty, those […]

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What Intel has to say for the U.S. workforce

Answering to the news that “the United States is about to cut the number of employment visas it offers to highly qualified foreign workers from 195,000 to 65,000, Patrick Duffy, attorney in the human resources department at Intel Corp., said, “We expect that we will continue to sponsor H-1B employees in the future for the […]

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Calling all Philly Weblogers!!!!

Let’s do a get together October 11th in Willow Grove. The Sleeping Angel Fund is holding it’s second annual Beef & Beer. Sleeping Angels provides assistence, including memorial stones for parents who have lost a child and are experiencing fincancial difficulties. The fund is driven by my brother and his wife who lost their son, […]

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A Canticle For Leibowitz

I recently finished reading, for what will become the first time of many I hope, “A Canticle for Leibowitz” by Walter M. Miller. I tend to look at anything called “classic” with suspicion, but for once – the critics are right. If you like science fiction, or fantasy, or just love fiction that helps to […]

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