So I climbed down from the tree I was hugging, and found these little tidbits and thought I would share. [more]
A link to the Hatch Act of 1939. It is short.
Very soon some newscasters may be telling us what it does or does not say, and who it does or does not apply to.
Same as the old boss. [more]
Chris, which country should we model privately funded health care after ? [more]
So with three days left in the Best and Worst of HG contest, I am well out of first place because my accuracy is only 50%. I have 2 more picks that might still go green if I am lucky, but it will probably not be enough to make me a winner anyway. So I wanted to see what first place had picked, and when I checked I found that the player currently in first place had picked 4 outperforms and 2 underperforms. So I looked around a little more and found that many players had violated the contest rules by not choosing 3 outperform, and 3 underperform picks as the rules require. Other players chose to make picks that were not even official HG recommendations. Of the top ten contestants, three violated the rules! I mean whats up with that? Does that kind of thing happen on all of these contests? I am curious about what percentage of players violate contest rules. Is it really 33%? I expect the contest judges are already aware of and will (even without this post) disqualify contestants who violate the rules. [more]
When I first signed on as an HG member, I was not convinced about the the MF, so I did not take the time to add personal info. So now as I have had more time to spend, I went back and filled in some personal data. [more]
O.K. Now I am embarrassed. That is a question that should have jumped right off the page at me.
Innocent until proven guilty is the rule of law I still live by. But I am glad evidence is being collected, because I'm betting they tried it.
Isn't it just so much fun to look up your old coworkers, and see what they are up to today.
And remember kids. Its not who you know, its who you blow.
That was absolutely the best way telling someone they are accused of bribery I have ever heard.
You are what you eat. (warning: this is gross). (but true).
Enjoy your dinner,