Monthly Archives: January 2006

HSA

Two posts in one day! What is the world coming to? Anyway, apparently ideas purported to be “health care reform” are supposed to feature prominently in tomorrow’s State of the Union speech. The health savings account is going to be … Continue reading

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King George

Ever since I heard about Pres. Bush’s “signing statements” I’ve been wondering what’s up with that. It seemed like a big deal to me to have the President basically come out and say that he has no intention of obeying … Continue reading

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The nerve of some people

This week is bulk trash week at my house. That means it is the one week a month when the city will come by and pick up trash that is too big to fit into the wheelie bin that we … Continue reading

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A new holiday

Saturday was Cold Day in Dallas. It was the first day that the average Heating Degree Days for that date were less than the day before. The average heating degree days on Friday was 22 and on Saturday it was … Continue reading

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Comedy moment of the year (so far)

The title: “A Plea for Civility“. The first first six words immediately after the title: “After the Democrats’ thuggish behavior yesterday”.

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Smoking Gun vs James Frey

The Smoking Gun launches its expose of James Frey, the resume-enhancing author of A Million Little Pieces.

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Logical fallacy

I across an article on Dallas Blog today, The Concealed Handgun Law: Ten Years Later, that jumped right out at me as having some very bogus logic in it. To wit: …the statistics continue to prove my point. Since the … Continue reading

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