Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Mayerson SOP: section 161, subpart a-56.26 and .27

161.a-56 Life is uncertain. 161.a-56.26 Be prepared. 161.a-56.27 Always eat dessert first. And I’m as pleased as I am shocked by this podcast: “Jenny talks with Tom about how married women can better prepare themselves financially for a divorce. Some … Continue reading

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Diptych 5

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Hooray for Mayors for the Freedom to Marry

Mayors for the Freedom to Marry (via) Is your mayor on this list? Mine is! Oh, Antonio! You’re so wonderful…sometimes.

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“Dear Atlas,”

“Fucking SHRUG already. “The suspense is killing us. “We, the Ninety Nine Percent of all American citizens, who are now in OPEN REVOLT against what is no longer a democratic government answerable to the People, have been waiting for the … Continue reading

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RENATIONALIZE THE POST OFFICE NOW!

Did you know postal rates go up again on 1/22? No? Neither did I until last Friday (grrrrr). Renationalize the Post Office! No raises or bonuses for upper management until postal prices are halved! Bring back Sea Mail! Seriously, the … Continue reading

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The man called Dotcom (I couldn’t possibly make this up)

“Although the company is based in Hong Kong and Dotcom lives in New Zealand, some of the alleged pirated content was hosted on leased servers in Virginia, and that was enough for U.S. prosecutors to act.” ~snip~ “The Electronic Frontier … Continue reading

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Savages

“SOMETHING historic happened at the New York Philharmonic on the evening of Jan. 10, about an hour into Mahler’s Ninth Symphony. During the introspective, achingly beautiful fourth movement, an audience member’s cellphone loudly rang. And rang. And rang again. It … Continue reading

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Diptych 4

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This applies to SOPA and PIPA, too

Contact your reps to just say no to SOPA and PIPA. And here’s why and more why you’ll be glad you did! Oh, and here’s another visual reminder about how bad SOPA and PIPA are (click on image for larger … Continue reading

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I hate Reagan, episode 69,468 squared

If this chart doesn’t make you see red, there’s something wrong with you: “The following chart tells the story. It shows inflation-adjusted GDP per capita and median family income from 1947 (the earliest year for which the income data are … Continue reading

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Diptych 3

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Diptych 2

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Happy New Year 2012!

Yes! Peter Tork and I wish you a very happy new year and all the best in 2012 and always.

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