Monday, May 11, 2009

Happy Place

Check out one of those Galtish Libertarian Paradises:


In comparison, how are some of those evil 'socialist' country doing?

Seem pretty damn happy.

World's Happiest Places


It was stupid for Rove to blather about a 'permanent Republican majority' so it is just as stupid to argue for a 'permanent Democratic majority'.

However, things aren't looking too good for the 'thugs.

Pretty good article, though it does contain some lazy 'journalism'.

Republicans in the Wilderness: Is the Party Over? - TIME


That didn't take long.

Sessions: Gay Supreme Court Nominee "Would Be A Big Concern"


It's good to have a Democratic Prez.

Obama budget rescinds oil, gas industry tax breaks:

"President Barack Obama wants to end $26 billion in oil and gas industry tax breaks, calling them 'unjustifiable loopholes' in the tax system that other companies do not get."

Golf has been a big part of my life. As a youth I got pretty serious about the game. My granddad was a big golfer and was friends with Chi-Chi Rodriguez. I grew up playing with Stewart Cink.

I thoroughly enjoy the game, playing and watching on TV.

Feherty needs a little self-reflection time away from work.

I love the game but I hate how it is dominated by conservative fucks.

CBS golf analyst David Feherty says US soldiers would assassinate Pelosi and Reid if given the chance


Big Ed schools on single-payer:


I believe Wendy and Adam Musick from Southern Bitch operate a community farm in VA.

Going back to the old way when it comes to food is the best way.

Getting Rid Of Your Grocer - CBS News:

"(CBS) Consumers seeking a healthy lifestyle these days are increasingly cutting out the supermarket and going straight to the farmer for fresh fruits and vegetables. CBS News correspondent Kelly Cobiella reports that community-supported agriculture is a growing trend.

On a small farm in Palm Beach County, Fla., it's harvesting season. They're picking and packing. Only this bounty isn't headed for a big warehouse or grocery store.

It's going from Nancy Roe's fields straight to Florida kitchens. From field to table. No stops in between.

It's called community supported agriculture or CSA - part of the 'buy local' movement. Customers pay Roe directly, and she sends them a box of fresh produce every week of the growing season."

1 comment:

davyproctorboy said...

He is right. I think it would be of great concern if I had a gay boyfriend. Better to have a straight boyfriend, I guess....