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Floyd without tapenade? I'm glad to hear that situation was remedied. Whew... My son had assured me Floyd was perfect. I asked him if it had a barbershop painted pink (and called "Floyd's Barbershop")...he was whelmed. I like your sidebar links. You have many that i read, plus a really good Balti. link. I wonder if VA has anything that complete. A Baltimore reporter is kind enough to send me his old books on occasion...the "hit list" that he has to review as authors come around. Certainly they are not the kind our very p.c. blue-ish library would ever carry. I doubt Sarah Palin's tome has ever crossed their threshold (Neuroconservative, who used to have his/her own blog but now posts on Flares into Darkness, told me years ago that a study had shown the ratio of liberals to conservatives in the library biz was 17:1. No surprise there). Here's the website for Flares into Darkness: The "yargb" in the address dates from the time they first started and named themselves "Yet Another ReallY Great Blog". Mostly they began as a group of commenters from Wretchard's blog. May I humbly recommend Wretchard's site, "The Belmont Club"? W. is probably the best analyst and synthesizer I've ever read. And his commenters are sharp and knowledgeable. He was brought into Pajamas Media when they first started.
Can you comment on this development? Not being a business person, I get the gist of it but not the on-going ramifications: "In the closing days of the Congressional health care debate, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) told the National Association of Counties: “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.” Today marks the end of just the first week of life under Obamacare and Speaker Pelosi has been proven right: we are just now finding out what is in it. This past Friday, AT&T, the biggest U.S. telephone company, announced that it would take a $1 billion charge against earnings thanks to tax changes buried in the 2,300+ page bill. $1 billion. That is a full third of AT&T’s $3 billion earnings for the fourth quarter of 2009"...
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Mar 31, 2010