Monthly Archives: April 2010

Obamanomics, the Individual and the State

The dextrosphere is abuzz today over the President’s observation that “I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money.”  I do not share the outrage of some, if only because I believe that the President has already made … Continue reading

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Hats On!

I was delighted to happen upon the coffee-devotion site Dark Roasted Blend recently, and even more delighted to find its dazzling feature on flight attendants from the era when they were known as stewardesses.  The obvious question that one faces … Continue reading

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Are the British airlines run by incompetents or hypocrites? The AP reports on the air carriers’ “plan” for repatriating the many Brits still stranded on the Continent thanks to the shut-down of air traffic last week: British Airways and Virgin … Continue reading

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Please Use a Spoon

Although this blog is not intended to be exclusively about golf, I decided to dedicate my first post to the site’s eponymous Open champion. At some point in the future, I will undoubtedly propound my views on the unfortunate effects … Continue reading

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