Archive for June, 2004
Pics from my Saturday morning ride in downtown Detroit.
My Saturday morning riding group in downtown Detroit. That’s the General Motors World HQ in the background.
My urban stomper setup, leaning against a Starbucks window in Grosse Pointe, MI.
AT&T will pay $400,000 in penalties and costs and issue refunds to as many as 311,000 New York residents who were billed for long-distance telephone service they neither requested nor used. When they brought the error to AT&T’s attention, customers “endured long waiting periods, were often given inaccurate information and were subjected to aggressive sales [...]
If you forgot about that, here comes the sage grouse.
Detroit’s yo-yo-mofo scumbag mayor makes the headlines again. I am so sick of this garbage thug and his disgraceful lack of character. Every week there’s yet another Detroit newspaper reporting yet another financial, political, or personal scandal involving this dirtball.
Looks like Bill Buckley is stepping down from his National Review perch.
Sometimes, it’s nice to know that you can have at least a little influence on your parents. ;–) My Dad had been telling me about the jury summons he received recently, and how he gets them every 2-3 years. Sometimes, they expect him, or my Mom, to drive 40 miles from the suburbs, into a [...]
Linked on the LRC page today is an exceptional and remarkably pointed piece by Anne Williamson, on the central planners’ hopes for a money-free derivative-o-rama. Williamson focuses on Robert Schiller, of “Irrational Exuberance” fame, and his new book that expresses his desire for an elite group of self-chosen Central Planners to do away with money [...]