BailoutSleuth.com

BailoutSleuth.com is blogging the bailout. I’m sure this is a noble and necessary endeavor, but let me pick one statement from their website, take it out of context and then go on a tangent: BailoutSleuth believes that transparency is vital to the success of the taxpayer-funded bailout program. I totally

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Steve Jobs hates ergonomics, programmers

New MacBook’s announced today.. I’m extremely skeptical of the glass touchpad. I love the iPhone, but I can’t stand using it for a long period of time. Sliding my finger around on a greasy glass surface starts to get tiring after a while. My fingers get tired and my wrists

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Disastrous consequences

“Disastrous consequences”“Martial law in America” This is what we were told would happen if the government did not step in to bail out the lending markets. But all we’ve seen so far is a crisis of confidence, and a few banks that over leveraged themselves have either gone bankrupt or

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Is Sarah Palin really a babbling idiot?

I tuned in to the Vice Presidential debate tonight but had to watch it with the sound muted–sometimes the sound from the TV upsets my 2 month old son. Watching a political event with closed-captioning and the sound off is an entirely different experience than with the sound on.. Immediately

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