Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Most Important Video You Will Ever See.

Way back when, before they started allowing things like "The Story of Stuff" into classrooms, I was taught stuff similar to what people like Dr Albert Bartlett teaches in this 8 part video of one of his lectures:

Here is the complete list of the rest of the videos:

(part 2 of 8)
(part 3 of 8)
(part 4 of 8)
(part 5 of 8)
(part 6 of 8)
(part 7 of 8)
(part 8 of 8)

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Ann Coulter's (not so) Brilliant Take on Wisconsin, NPR

A couple of videos of an interview between Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity are on titled as  Coulter's Brilliant Take on Wisconsin, NPR.

Coulter asks, "Where has Scott Walker been?", then goes off lambasting Walker's actions and the fact that she hadn't seen him on TV in two weeks and apparently she was upset because he wasn't on the night before the interview gloating over his victory in getting the bill passed.

"A little harsh", Hannity says at the end and "You're making a mountain out of a molehill here"?  That was an understatement. 

Yes, it was over the top.  In actuality there is little difference between Coulter's harsh words against Walker and those of the demonstrators in the capitol and the streets of Madison.

Scott Walker exhibited something throughout this ordeal which eluded Coulter in this particular interview - Class.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Why now? Why not?

There are so many awesome blogs out there that until now I had previously been happy to just wander along and leave an occasional comment here and there.

But...  Something seemed to be missing.  I never could quite place a finger on it. 

What could it be?

I still don't have an answer for that and perhaps I never will.  However, after several months of considering a recommendation of at least one blogger at that I start my own blog, I started wondering if perhaps that might be a way to help me find it.

So here it is, Bot.  Your blog and your comments inspired me, even with the title of this blog itself.  I hope you can live with the consequences.  ;)