Monthly Archives: September 2012

DNC second day


Notes I took while watching the second day of the DNC: Piers Morgan interviewed Eva Longoria, said she was very smart, not like her character on Desperate Housewives.  Well, duh. Video of Vietnam veteran (Edward Meagher, AF-Ret) talking about military … Continue reading

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First night of the DNC


Montana Democrat Governor, can he make Montana a swing state?  I’ll be watching that.  Also enjoyed watching the ex-Governor of New Mexico Bill Richardson in several interviews yesterday, and really enjoyed them, but I already have chosen New Mexico for … Continue reading

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Some thoughts from the days between conventions, from news programs


In a visit to flooded areas of Louisiana (the town of Jean Lafitte in Plaqmines Parish), Mitt Romney told Jodie Chiarello, whose home was destroyed by the flood, that “there is assistance out there” and to go home and call … Continue reading

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Jobs


A few days ago: The Los Angeles Times says retail work and selling cell phones are considered low-skill jobs.  Having spent a few of my working years in retail work, I can say fairly that there is nothing low-skill about … Continue reading

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