To escape all the environmental and government regulation issues I’ve been writing about, my wife and I went to a classical music concert. The main piece of music was a Beethoven symphony; however, the opening work was called “Global Warming.”
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For the last few years, anything green has received
incredible attention. The high price of oil, the threat of global warming, and
a strong economy have caused us to view the world through green-tinted glasses.
I don’t know about you, but I sometimes feel like I am drowning in a sea of
It was bad enough fighting off these guys when the economy was good. Now that the economy has gone south in many parts of the country, the $19 clean and inspect guys may start coming out of the woodwork.
Former “Saturday Night Live” satirist and comedian, Al Franken, appears to have the U.S. Senate seat wrapped up in Minnesota. Maybe. His opponent is still fighting the results of the extremely narrow margin of victory.
Just in case you did not hear the obvious, President-elect Barack Obama
declared that the national economy was “bad and getting worse” as he began
crisis talks this week with congressional leaders on emergency action.
People dream about a lot of things and I am no exception. The
topics range from the bizarre to the very real-like. Lately I have experienced
a flurry of dreams and fortunately, most have been fairly normal.