I’ve been wandering around central Córdoba during the day while Lore works.
I flew Northwest Airlines which is without a doubt our worst domestic carrier.
Here’s another slice of fried gold from Jon Stewart, who is never so funny as when he is making fun of the media.
I had nothing better to think about, of course, and the wild card playoff spot always annoyed me.
I went to Ames to recruit at the Iowa State University Ag Career Day.
I’ve been more interested than expected in the ALCS.
John Oliver went “native” in Hempstead, N.Y. last night on The Daily Show.
Carrie sent me the bad news that Aftenposten will discontinue its English news shortly.
Today was cold, dark, and rainy.
Spur of the moment, I went to see “Religulous”, Bill Maher’s film about religion.
In addition to stunning foliage, the reservoir was swarming with hundreds turkey vultures.
When I tuned into FOX I heard the voice which bores into my soul “as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror”: Tim McCarver.
I’m already sick of watching the games in a bar.
If it wasn’t so funny, I’d think it was sad that I have to check in with “The Daily Show” to get some perspective on the news and to keep my sanity.
I am so incensed about Congress passing that awful bailout I barely know what to write.
I could tell that the Cubs don’t into the postseason as often as, say, the Yankees, because the fans get excited about everything.