I’m a hat, jacket, and boots fan. I could be the analogue of Bill Cosby except he has more class.
But anyhow, Mitchell has offered up one of his hats and hilljohnny wanted to know where the hats can be gotten.
Nice bonch of hats, hyez? (Head’n Home Handmade Hats)
Hats and swords (or knives) are two things you can never go wrong with giving me. (hint hint hint, CW)
I would normally have something to say right now but this is proposal/report week, a perfect storm, and I’ve got enough hours in that my brain actually hurts. Figuring out how to open and work with a Zemax file I made just last night was… strenuous. Much more effort was required to generate enough brainpower to change an optic out and swap in an asphere (which should be like adding 2+3).
So I have nothing to say.
Other than: Obama and Democrats… choke on it! Suck it! Ha ha ha you scheming bastards. I hope your next election cycle is the equivalent of being covered with boils.
In fact, I hope you get all you want with that Filibuster-proof bargain you just did, and that Obamacare really sinks in, and I hope you try really hard for immigration reform even as you pull QE back and the stock market has to live without huffing paint fumes for a while.
Then we’ll see what 2014 elections bring.
A co-worker – a total libtard – sent me this today (let’s call him Komrade Greeny-Weeny):
While leaders are elected (or they steal elections like Bush), no one sees the future. Did you know that Bush was going to sleep thru 911, start and not finish two wars, destroy the economy, create Homeland Security/NSA (with Republican support), … I suppose you voted for him so it is truly your fault, not mine. Still, we both paid the price of his idiocy.
So I replied:
Nice talking points on Bush. Let’s rack up Obama’s sometime and then we’ll talk. If Bush’s mistakes are on me, I’m thinking Obama’s mistakes are truly yours, which kind of puts you in a bad spot. Ouch. I mean, Obama was voted in with what you say was essentially a mandate and yet his ratings are at or below Bush’s – look how much more he had to do wrong in order to fall so much further.
This just in… a glowing hole filled with water has stopped glowing. It’s probably because of something Bush, or even I, did.
“In a shock to the system, the older staff in my office (folks over 59) have now found out their personal health insurance costs (even with the government contribution) have gone up 3-4 times what they were paying before,” Minh Ta, chief of staff to Rep. Gwen Moore (D-Wis.), wrote to fellow Democratic chiefs of staff in an email message obtained by POLITICO. “Simply unacceptable.”
- Source: Politico