This past weekend, I caught the debate on C-Span’s program “On American Perspectives” between former Presidential candidate and new chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Howard Dean, and former member of the Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board, Richard Perle.
We’ve all got to move to Providence.
I’ve read a few of the “controversial” excerpts from the blog of Mark Jen, the person who left Microsoft to take a job at Google and was fired after less than a month of employment – and as a former HR person, I have NO idea what got his boss’s knickers in a twist.
Arthur Miller died today at age 89.
I’ve been thinking about this for days and still haven’t come up with an answer: do you have a long-term wish that could be fulfilled with $3,000 and 3 free days?
With its 10 pm time slot, ER is on too late to make it one of my regular views, but I was intrigued enough by the promos (“What was she thinking?”) for last night’s show, about the reunion of Dr. Kerry Weaver with her natural mother, that I gave it a look.
Prince Charles and his lifetime love, Camilla, are getting married, with the blessings of the Queen and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
“Job Killer” Carly Fiorina got the boot.
The “major Nor’easter” turned into a spell of moderate rain and fog.
My health insurance mess is finally straightened out.
It is well to rejoice.
Superbowl #3 is now part of the record books for the New England Patriots, a franchise which has evolved from mere mortality to legend in our time.
Peter suggested I consider the Caribbean island of Montserrat as a retirement destination.
Following their last volcanic eruption in 1997, Montserrat’s real estate values have declined to affordable levels: according to one website, you can buy a 2-bedroom, 2-bath villa with a fabulous ocean view for under US$200,000.