I don't know if the politicians have really thought through this port issue. I've
read a couple of columns online today and they suggest that we (the USofA) are
pi__ing off a lot of the world with this issue. National security has been the
arena where W has been able to punk the Dems, now the Dems are out front on the port
stuff, even the Rs are jumping on the bandwagon, but where is the debate heading?
In a way it kind of feels like we're kicking folks around because they are, well,
you know - the "A" word?
I think I have this Winter Olympic TV rating thing figured out. It's the internet.
During the day when you are checking things out on the 'net, you run across
the results. Heck, I knew Sasha had stumbled by late afternoon, so why watch when
you already know what's going to happen?
Ran into the word "paucity" again - this time 1.6% of CEOs of the Fortune 500
companies are women - eight - pitiful. Wonder how many are African American or
I still have never figured out why they made them in the first place - wife_____r
shirts - they're white and hideous looking. I don't think I have worn one in my
life. Everybody calls them wife______rs - even women. So a clothing retail chain
had a wife_____r sale and an uproar ensued. Guess you can call them wife______s but
not advertise them. Why not just stop making them?
It's rodeo time in H-town again. I remember when I was in elementary school - a
long, long, long time ago - they had "Go Texan Day" - where you wore your western
gear to school - of course at Dear DeZavala Elementary, we wore our Charro gear -
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