Monthly Archives: February 2008

Movie Review: Charlie Bartlett

In my monthly need to leave out of the house in the hopes of stumbling into a worthwhile book, movie or real person, I might have shot too high in hoping Charlie Bartlett would be somehow an uplifting event or … Continue reading

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Environment, Infrastructure and Energy: Need Engineering and Energetic People to Fix

Today is an interesting day: Fidel Castro stepping aside, new JFK files ‘suddenly’ appearing after 44 years + in cold storage and President Bush ‘in the Bush’ of Africa. But this post won’t discuss those things. This morning on The … Continue reading

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Liar, Liar: McNamee v. Clemens, who would you trust?

In watching the first 3 hours plus of the House Oversight Congressional Hearings on the Mitchell Report with regards to Roger Clemens and former MLB trainer Brian McNamee, one has to understand that neither has budged much at all from … Continue reading

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