recent experiment with Twitter.com is almost down to its last tweet. Here is a
sample from my latest follower: “I'm a shy girl that
is looking for a guy to be intimate with me and LOYAL to only me. Please no
Rumor has it that fake celebrity death announcements are gaining popularity. The federal government allegedly doesn’t start rumors, but the president made it sound like the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 was already law.
I’ve been saving fortunes from my Chinese dinners and I’m elated. Apparently, I’m in line for an incredible string of good luck. And my good fortune is your good fortune because we’re all in this downturn together.
The Fourth of July weekend is always one of the most dangerous on the highways, primarily because there are a lot of celebrations involving alcohol. Here’s hoping everyone you know is safe and sound today.
I haven’t been traveling all that much for
business recently, but I did have a recent
90-minute drive to the Milwaukee area to attend a press function presented by
Milwaukee Tool, which is be featured in the July 6 issue of The NEWS.
My health care provider wanted me to have my cholesterol tested. Apparently they decided it costs more to take care of someone once they’re sick than it does to invest in a little preventive maintenance. Sound familiar?
I have recently been accused of using my blog space to bash science. A few people didn’t appreciate my quoting of the 31,478 American scientists who signed a petition questioning the validity of global warming.
In September 2005, the world was mesmerized by the greatest natural disaster in the history of the U.S. Most of us were glued to our favorite cable channel or Web site, watching hurricane Katrina pound the Gulf Coast without mercy.