Saturday Night Short

It’s been a busy week, so I think I am going to take the night off from any in-depth post and just relax and eat some hard boiled eggs.

This morning I received an email from a reader that was awesome. It turns out I have a lot more local readers than I thought I did, so welcome everyone, thanks for spending part of your day with me.

This afternoon we met the that same reader at the library and we chatted about a bunch of stuff. We stood out in the rain for half an hour talking about the economy, the state of our country, and most importantly, farm fresh eggs, which she was so nice to bring with her. They are delicious and I appreciate her family’s generousity.

In an effort to relax as much as possible today, I spent several hours building the two “iPhone stands” you see in the photos that accompany this post. I had some scrap wood laying around, but I didn’t have enough so we stopped at Wal-Mart on our way home from the library. I spent a whopping $5 in supplies.

The vertical stand will be used during the week while I am concentrating on Aria Interactive, and the horizontal stand will be used while I watch video podcasts, news videos, and the occasional movie.

I haven’t decided what I am going to focus on this coming week, but with the ACORN votes that took place, I thought it would be fun to look at all the politicians who voted to keep funding them. After all of the news this past week about ACORN, 7 Democratic Senators and 75 Democratic Congressmen couldn’t find enough backbone to stand up and say enough is enough. I wonder how many of them have ties to ACORN? I wonder how many of them have ties to companies or other people who have ties to ACORN? Who knows, we may just find out next week.

That’s it for tonight, sorry there wasn’t more to this post,. After the intense review of the health care bill and then analyzing the bile spewed by President Obama I need a day or so to decompress and start fresh again. If there’s something you’re concerned about, or you want me to cover something of interest, let me know. You can contact me with the link at the top of the page.

If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn’t thinking.
George S. Patton
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