So I am adding a little more substance to my blog. You'll now see more of my views on things. I find it more interesting. And so do others as some email I have received. :) For those who don't know, I am a test tester for a local newspaper and I write an article once a month for them. My first article gets printed tommorrow. Woo … [Read more...] about Adding content
"We cannot ask Americans to be better citizens if we are not better servantsâ€¦But we have a lot more to do before people really trust the way things work around here. Three times as many lobbyists are in the streets and corridors of Washington as were here 20 years ago. The American people look at their Capital, and they see a city where the well-connected … [Read more...] about How Things Never Change
There were 69 US Military fatalities Iraq in May 2006. The outstanding public debt of the United States as of 06 Jun 2006 is $8,369,317,555,890.56, with each US citizen's share about $28,004.49. The national debt has increased an average of $1.75 billion per day since September 30, 2005. The average price for regular unleaded gas was close to $3.00 per … [Read more...] about What do you think?
We are back from Green Bay. Kari -- my sister -- bachelorette party was Saturday night (the whole reason we went up). So was Andy's (Kari's fiance) party. Everything went well. Nobody got arrested and everyone seemed to have a good time. My mom watched Madison for us and the little stinker actually slept. When we are there, she doesn't sleep at all in … [Read more...] about Weekend In Review
So the laborers went on strike here. What does that mean? Well, Bill works at a construction site right now. And where we live, if one union goes on strike they all do. Since Bill is management, he can cross the line. However, besides a few project managers, there's nobody at work. Kari (my sister's) bachelorette party is this weekend. I'll have to … [Read more...] about Weekend