Saturday, November 26, 2005

Saturday Stuff

Stayed home yesterday and let the rest of the mad-folk take on the Christmas rush of "Black Friday"

A little "Bolton-nization":

"Americans are a very practical people, and they don't view the U.N. through theological lenses," Bolton told reporters outside the General Assembly hall. "They look at it as a competitor in the marketplace for global problem-solving, and if it's successful at solving problems, they'll be inclined to use it. If it's not successful at solving problems, they'll say, 'Are there other institutions?' . . . that's why making the U.N. stronger and more effective is a reform priority for us: Because if it's a more agile, effective organization, it is more likely to be a successful competitor as a global problem-solver."

Does this sound like some one divisive or out to destroy the U.N.?...... Not
Complete article here.

Dana over at CSPT has an interesting post on Link Scrooges and I'm not sure where I fit in (or out) :)

My good friend, Glenn (the new director of our local Jazz and Blues Festivals) is coming over to replace the heater fan in his car. Now this should be interesting to watch. I not only will refrain from criticizing, but may offer support and tools to expedite the maneuver. We got some sunshine today for the first time in a week, so removing my bottom from this seat and getting some "outdoor" activities accomplished is a good thing.

HAVE A GREAT DAY...................

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