Monthly Archives: February 2012

I See Bam Wants To Harvest Algae To Make Gas

I see by the miserable excuse that passes for news these days that Obama wants convert pond scum to gasoline. Well, let’s see. Crude oil weighs about 7 pounds per gallon. Call it 300 pounds to the 42 gallon barrel. … Continue reading

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Friday Nite Follies, From The Forties

And from Mexico as well. Let’s do a brief bit of what we might have heard on XERA, a 500,000 Vatio Voz de Del Rio, with the Jarabe Tapitio, better known as the Mexican Hat Dance: And go from there … Continue reading

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Obama “Focused On Production”

I see Obama says his administration’s energy policy is “focused on production.” And it is. On impeding production. Stranger

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Academics Find Chicago The Most Corrupt U.S. City

New Geography reports “Academics have found Chicago the most corrupt U.S. city. Well, it was. Until Obama moved to DC. Stranger

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The Modern Political Dictionary – You Cannot Tell Their Postitions Without a Program

A friend dropped this off and told me I could post it if I wished. It defines a politicians position on the political scale, from radical left to radical right. The further down the list you go, the further toward … Continue reading

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Big Drug and Gun Bust in Florida

MyFOX Tampa reports on a big illegal drug and gun bust in Pasco County Florida. Pasco County, on Florida’s west coast just north of Tampa is in an area that is notable for the comparatively high volume an dlow reported … Continue reading

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Economic Signs and Portents

Several economy watchers have pegged the fourth quarter of 2011 as “just short of a full blown depression,” while other indicators such as the Baltic Dry Index, a measure of shipping tonnage, are at near historic lows. What current economic … Continue reading

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