It was interesting that I received emails last night about the election from my business customers in Missouri and Arizona. One even asked me “can’t you do a better job with the Ohio voters?” Similar to most of the US
When you have this many ‘toons , it’s a sure sign that the economic crisis is going on too long.
In the world of engineering, we frequently talk about the notion of the “over-damped response”. In lay terms, this is the concept of overcompensating for steering too far in one direction by over-steering beyond the desirable point in the opposite
It’s always interesting when my liberal Jewish acquaintances send me emails with quotes about Obama, such as “Jesus was a community organizer”. Hmm, that’s twisted rationale for considering O’bama’s credentials… In our middle-class, suburban Ohio neighborhood of approximately 60 homes,
While most of the reporters were denying the obvious, the cartoonists were spreading the word (click the thumbnails):
Howard Stern, libertarian, and America’s premier shock jock, commissioned an Obama supporter “man on the street” voter survey in New York City, where citizens are loyal to Democrats. The interviewer substituted John McCain’s platform for Obama’s. Here are some questions
I’ve always felt that Andy Roddick often “dogs it” when he doesn’t chase down tough shots in his tennis matches… He recently lost a close match to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the quarterfinals of the Masters Tournament in Paris. After the match, Tsonga
An interesting one from Joe Knecht I work, they pay me. I pay my taxes, and the government distributes my taxes as they see fit. To earn that pay check, I work on a rig site for a Fort McMurray construction