Monthly Archives: July 2012
I already liked the new Dagny. I like the new Francisco d’Anconia and Hank Rearden as well. Good actors and each looks the part. Teaser trailer below:
Both the scenery and the work. I’m not familiar at all with felling trees, but seeing what seems a dangerous job done with cheerful, determined competence is pretty nifty.
Oh wait, make that America. My bad. I mean, really, censoring maps? If a road is not visible on the Government’s published map, it is closed to you, Citizen. Jesus Christ, this bureaucratic nonsense is getting spookier by the day.
Sorry for the delay, but the June e-Postal match results have finally been tallied. We had two factors in their being late: My lazy self, and a prescheduled late entry. So, again, sorry fro the delay, but let’s get on … Continue reading
Those who say it is the opposite are very likely in need of a good examination of their heads. Poland does something beautiful GDANSK, Poland — Polish officials unveiled a statue of former President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul … Continue reading
“The Chinese banks ought to thank Greece and Spain every month” for distracting everybody from what I’d call the circle-jerk model of mutual State and Banking sector support. – Posted using BlogPress from my iPad
You will want to hit Solarham.com (counterintuitively located at Solarham.net) to watch this sucker unfolding as it strikes Earth. See the charts and graphs spike in near-real-time! – Posted using BlogPress from my iPad
Downtime today = going through old issues of Comics Buyers’ Guide from the 1990s, noting comics and artists I want to check out, and adding them to the Amazon wishlist. In the middle of all this, I happened to look … Continue reading
Better to have it & not need it…