Monday, April 30, 2007
David Ball Signs With The Bears
Sunday, April 29, 2007
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
For N.F.L. Draft, the Biggest (XXXXXXL) Sleeper - New York Times
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Monday, April 23, 2007
Well, let’s not forget one name on that list: Jim Douglas.
This is a week old, but it still got me going...
Isn’t “Affordability Tour” Really An Oxymoron
Woman Arrested with .47 Blood Alcohol Level
...it's amazing she was even conscious! But, it's ok...because it's legal!
Thursday, April 19, 2007
I may not be qualified to be the Greatest… but I am a Great Living American, and that is not that far off of Greatest Living American. Even if I can be in the top 10 links, I think that should be worth something."
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Two Reasons Why Royalty Decision Sucks
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Save Net Radio
Monday, April 16, 2007
This isn''t really the sort of thing I use as my mantra, but I took 60 seconds to check it out. It's solid advice...not rocket science, but solid advice none the less. The guy who wrote the book seems to be your typical "rah-rah" type, but amazingly I've found these guys to have some great concepts under all the slick sales crap! I'm mean come on...who couldn't be more organized?
Getting Things Done In 60 Seconds
Sunday, April 15, 2007
Pieces of Titanic Transformed Into Luxury Watches
But that expansion will not take place in Vermont....
High Taxes Deter Plant Expansion In Vermont
Thursday, April 12, 2007
BBC - Comedy - Watch Clips
Go small or go home
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
If you haven't noticed, I find the fact that we are openly discussing and building these new alternatives to petro-transportation, a mezmerizing one. From someone who grew up in the Hoffa-esque era of Detroit mentality, I am amazed that the auto industry is attempting to embrace new technology instead of calling Cousin Guido to "snuff it out" before it gets off the ground. Perhaps the whole drive for fuel efficiency and environmental concerns, coupled with the need to reduce foreign dependencce has finally reached critical mass. What I see now is the auto industry is trying to shape the future of energy and cash in on it. They aren't really relinqueshing control, they are just trying to reinvent the game and increase the bottom line. All the time looking like the hero.....Of course these are the same folks that berought us the K-car.
Ford Announces Hydrogen-Electric Plug-in Hybrid
I think this would be an effective technique for law enforcement in Vermont to use. I'm sure that a jury that saw this on video would have no trouble handing down a DUI conviction. Even the alleged liberal judges we have might have difficulty handing out a "reduced to nothing" sentence....and wouldn't Bill O'reilly be proud that we've taken such a no nonsense approach! I would imagine this law enforcement technique could be especially useful in places like Hardwick, Milton or any other "hotspots" in Vermont you can imagine...
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Automakers Challenge Vermont Emissions Law
And if Vermont wins, we'll all be paying more to have our vehicles emission tested and inspected while trucks and buses spew out more greenhouse gases than thousands of cars. A nice thought from the perspective of political correctness, but it's really like sticking your finger into an extremely large dam. Nonetheless, one has to err on the side of cleaner air.
Thursday, April 05, 2007
Electric motorcycle smashes records
Wednesday, April 04, 2007
Wrightspeed's X1 Electric Supercar Sparks Hybrid Dreams -
Paul Attner - SportingNews
Tuesday, April 03, 2007
Richards, 63, whose fondness for drugs has been openly acknowledged for decades, was quoted by British music magazine NME as saying his unusual experiment with paternally enhanced cocaine came after his father's death five years ago.
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