Monday, April 27, 2009

Gonna be a long four years I think..

8th WSJ UPDATE: Airplane ‘Photo Op’ Angers 9/11 Witnesses.

Now I realize this photo-op was apparently ok'd by Louis Caldera, the current Director of the White House Military Office, who is lesser known for:

serving on the board of directors for IndyMac Bank from 2002 until its failure and subsequent seizure by the government in July 2008. In other words, he was there for the entire housing bubble while the bank destroyed itself.

Yeah, so I guess maybe he is lacking in foresight.

His apology came quick of course-

"Last week, I approved a mission over New York. I take responsibility for that decision. While federal authorities took the proper steps to notify state and local authorities in New York and New Jersey, it’s clear that the mission created confusion and disruption. I apologize and take responsibility for any distress that flight caused."

A mission? Really?

You want to impress the nation Obama?

Fire this idiot. Right now.

Friday, April 24, 2009

PJ O'Rourke Goes Down Under

(via the Australian Blogfather Tim Blair) Glad to see him out and about, smashing leftist hypocrisy in his own unique style.

The immigration part is especially funny, around 35:00 minutes in


Tuesday, April 21, 2009

The Best Job Interview Cheat Sheet Ever

Fortunately for me I don't need to worry about the fun and excitement of job interviews at the moment as I am currently employed. However, when I applied for my current job I spent a lot of time reading how to "nail the interview". I also spent a decent amount of time at my previous job interviewing people for various jobs.

Everything you need to know about nailing an interview is in this page, with video evidence.

How To Nail An Interview (22 Tips)

What is it that certain people say or do during a job interview that makes them stand out? Why do some people struggle to find work, while others land a job in no time? I wanted to know, and the only way to find out was to experience the interview from the other side of the table. If I could be the one asking the interview questions, not answering, I could see first hand what made candidates stand out. I could then take that knowledge and cater my behavior in any future interview to give myself the best chance of getting hired.............

Hope this helps somebody....

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The Lesson To Take Home From Todays Tea Party

Our Government Is Too Big.

I work every day to help people untangle the mess of government bureaucracy. The reason thousands of people are taking to the streets today is because they are a victim of:


It's not your money Senator, Congressman, President.

You Work For US.

Monday, April 13, 2009

I don't get it.

Lefty bloggers complain that the Democrats aren't paying them enough to pimp their message.

Jane Hamsher

They come to us, expecting us to give them free publicity, and we do, but it’s not a two way street,” Jane Hamsher, the founder of FiredogLake, said in an interview. “They won’t do anything in return. They’re not advertising with us. They’re not offering fellowships. They’re not doing anything to help financially, and people are growing increasingly resentful.

Markos (spit!) Moulitsas-

“Most want the easy way — having a big blogger promote their agenda,” adds Markos Moulitsas, the founder of DailyKos. “Then they turn around and spend $50K for a one-page ad in the New York Times or whatever.”

Since none of the supposedly "right side" bloggers I read regularly have ever been paid a dime, much less actively on the payroll of the Democratic party, I don't understand how these same leftist bloggers are now complaining that the Tea Party Protests are somehow financed by the right, as if this isn't something of which they JUST COMPLAINED ABOUT NOT GETTING ENOUGH?


They think Fox News and Rick Santelli started the Tea Party protests?

Are they really this stupid?

This is a rhetorical question.

Monday, April 06, 2009

Our Resplendence Is Never Quiet

The Soxaholix is back which means it's Red Sox Season......should be interesting this year, with Smoltz and what not. I'm still sort of floating on the last two WORLD SERIES CHAMPION BOSTON RED SOX seasons coming in just five years, so, you know.......

Saturday, April 04, 2009

A Good Choice For Hubble By The World Wide Web


Hubble Celebrates the International Year of Astronomy with the Galaxy Triplet Arp 274
April 3, 2009: On April 1-2, the Hubble Space Telescope photographed the winning target in the Space Telescope Science Institute's "You Decide" competition in celebration of the International Year of Astronomy (IYA). The winner is a group of galaxies called Arp 274. The striking object received 67,021 votes out of the nearly 140,000 votes cast for the six candidate targets.