..I always vote against. ~W.C. Fields So I voted today. All done. Gloucester County has early voting as of a a few weeks ago. At the Deptford Mall, they have a County Office (near Boscov’s). So it’s really easy Continue reading Hell, I never vote for anybody,
I just finished one of the best books I’ve read in the last 10 years. It’s called Little Brother by Cory Doctorow. I would’ve enjoyed the book on its face, but it’s underlying themes really struck a chord Continue reading Abnormal is so common, it’s practically normal
Before you watch this video, it may be NSFW as I chose the uncensored version (mild language). I feel it’s important to hear people speak in their own words on important topics such as this. These are very serious Continue reading They don’t want you to vote
Ok. I get it.. Some people like McCain.. but for pete’s sake, can anyone honestly believe that Sarah Palin could handle running this country if McCain was no longer president (and there is a 1/5 chance that should would become Continue reading One 72 year old’s heartbeart away
There is supposed to be a debate tomorrow. There won’t be. Using the financial crisis of this country as a photo-op and to make yourself look like a hero? Irresponsible. Greenness () got me thinking about the debate. Figured Continue reading Late Show With(out) McCain
So it’s been nearly a week since we returned from Pennsic. Overall, I’d say that we had a very good time. Definitely the best of the last 3 with the twins. What made this war unique was the fact Continue reading Hey, Where’d the Boat Go?
-George Carlin This image isn’t some special effects from the latest Hollywood movie, but rather a picture of a lightning storm in Boston circa 1967. Last night, I experienced a lightning storm of that magnitude over the Philadelphia Continue reading Electricity is really just organized lightning
Sometimes it takes a large event (such as the current oil crisis) to inspire innovation. Here’s one example. Did you know that because of the shape of gallon milk jugs (as iconic as they are), they are unable to be Continue reading Don’t cry over it