Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Savory Sweets to Save A Life

Welcome to America's Healthcare:


Thursday, September 17, 2009

The Faces of American "Health Care"

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Shouts & Murmurs

If you have ever read The New Yorker, you are familiar with the Shouts & Murmurs section, where a writer makes every effort to be clever and, oh so witty, when talking about, seemingly, everyday occurrences, while putting a slightly skewed twist on, say, mixing a Gimlet (see this month's edition). Well, lately, Shouts & Murmurs has been a little too cute for my taste and even less clever. It's almost as if the writers are in a constant state of frenzy, worrying that what they are writing is not clever enough for the sophisticated palette of the average reader of The New Yorker (or the editor, suppose). It has not been witty or sophisticate, recently. I can see why some might find the witty urbanite insufferable; if you have been reading Shouts & Murmurs, of late, I would have to agree.

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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Thought of the Day

Harley Davidson motorcycles are rude


Friday, September 11, 2009


Wow, it has been too long.
I haven't been doing anything too exciting (except a trip to Cambridge) and the state of politics has simply been too irritating and maddening to post anything (anytime I read about the state of politics, I just get depressed).
Like I said, not much has happened lately. I did go out to visit my friend Mikey and his boyfriend Greg in Cambridge, MA last week - had a great time! Thanks, guys - you were great hosts! Had a nice Lobster and cupcake dinner for my birthday while there-celebrated the big four-O(h).
As is usual, when I got back to the office, I realized how much I really don't like my job, I just don't know what to do about it (damn you economy!!) Why do vacations do that? I guess it's back to investing in the lottery.

Anyway, drop me a line anytime. Email is trynottopanic (at) earthlink-dot-net.