November 25, 2005
The Day after Turkey
We had Turkey early yesterday giving me the chance to read some good writers online.
One of my favorites for several years now had been Christopher Hitchens, this piece on Thanksgiving from the point of view of an immigrant is wonderful and compared to the vile thing put out by a certain professor in Austin several days ago, who I will not link to, makes me yearn to be able to trade some US citizens for some bright non-citizens who understand what they have in the US and can appreciate it.
Speaking us trading I see where Boston picked up Josh Beckett from the Marlins. That does not help the Yankees at all who more than anything could use some good young pitchers.
I am off to see if I can find an open barber shop, have a nice day recovering , I will.
November 24, 2005
Or why I love living in Houston,
I went to college in Columbus Ohio where the high today is 23. in Houtson the high will be around 79.
My winter coat has not left the closet in quite a while.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving.
We do have some things to be thankful for that are positive.
Proof of that is all the left wingers who constantly are trying to there the US down do not seem to be in a hurry to move to whatever they feel if the country of thier dreams,
I wish they would we have much too much important stuff to do to be bothered with that kind of nonsense.
November 20, 2005
Say Good night Ann Arbor
Ohio State 25
All is right with the world.
November 14, 2005
What is wrong with this Picture
I have not blogged about what is going on in France for several reasons aside from my general lack of posts. This item caught my eye today and I could not let it pass.
If the downward trend continues, "things could return to normal very quickly," National Police Chief Michel Gaudin said, noting that French youths burn about 100 cars on an average Saturday night.
Is it just me or does anyone else think it odd that on an average Saturday night the youth of France burns 100 cars. I mean I knew their movies were bad but the bars must be awful too.
A lot of people in this country how much countries in Europe are ruled by their elites.
In the next few days, France is expected to start deporting foreigners implicated in the violence a plan by law-and-order Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy that has caused divisions in the government.
I wonder what they are going to do with the ones who are French citizens if in name only.
A bright note is that the people themselves seem to understand that Sarkozy is not the problem.
A poll in the newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche suggested Sarkozy is the politician that French people trust most to deal with the troubles. Some 53 percent said they supported him, while about 71 percent said they lacked confidence in President Jacques Chirac.
November 07, 2005
Another one Bites the Dust
I know I have not been looking at as many blogs as I once did but it truth it is really sad when I do because so many of those who inspired me early have left the scene. Today I looked around at some I have not in a while and that first thing I notices was that michele catalano has stopped blogging. I know things change a lot in 3 and a half years but in most of that time reading Michele's posts was one of the high points. I don't know exactly when she stopped but I think it was pretty recently.
Thanks Michele I will miss your posts and look forward to your finishing that novel as you have always meant to.