Michigan, you know I love you. I'd love to live there if you had the jobs that keep me gainfully employed, but alas you don't. Chicken and the egg?
For a humorous/scary/wtf way to end an article, please see the last paragraph.
Monday, October 20, 2008
Thursday, October 16, 2008
This article was given to us in our Finance class a few weeks ago, and is very interesting as far as predicting the kind of mess that we find ourselves in now.
It is also enlightening to know that we need not put the blame of what is happening on recent politicians everytime, because these things can sometimes be foreshadowed far in advance.
I believe I'm voting for Obama, and usually vote Republican, but my views are constantly shifting on what I think is best for America.
However, props goes to this guy for writing the article that more people should have read and understood at the time.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Good bye Hart
This is pretty sad. The only inexplicable stand-alone grocery store in O'Fallon, now part of a larger corporation. Granted, I didn't shop there very often (because it is furthest from my house), but I did enjoy the non-corporate nature of it when I did :). Good bye Hart, it was nice sometimes shoppin ya.
Tuesday, October 07, 2008
While if I'm in this situation, I'll usually just go to bed, Google just keeps finding ways to add features to every aspect of a persons' life. I think what I find funnier than the concept is the fact that they'll probably try to trademark something that has been adopted into slang vocabulary, but nonetheless, a great use of Google's time and money.
Thursday, October 02, 2008
I don't know which side of the fence I sit on yet as far as the presidential election, but I do know that everyone gaffes sometimes. Here are a few from the honorable Joe Biden.
Apparently, I can't go to a 7-Eleven or Dunkin Donuts.
Also, I'm not sure how Jesus-like he really is.