The smirk comes up early in new book about our newest "dynasty".
Jacob Weisberg, editor of Slate on-line mag, has written
"The Bush Tragedy", which traces the Prescott, Bush and Walker
families several generations back. VERY interesting analysis
which goes deep into the Oedipal factor, and shows that W. is
a throwback to the Walker side, rather than the Bush side.
Highly recommended for those interested not only in how America has
been brought low, but also in our current topic, climate change: How
leadership can either ameliorate or exacerbate the phenomenon.
Did you see the new Dish Network commercial where the actor portrays
shrub and he is showing a remote control for the dish and he says,
(paraphrase) "There's this button pawzay; that's French for stop!" The
button was actually pause.
I laughed out loud at that one.
My grandmother was a VP at the notorious Walker family empire. She
worked on Wall Street for fourty years at G.H. Walker (no longer
exists). Hey, at least she got to use the lux box at Shea Stadium!
She's long gone after 96 years of life. They still send a Christmas
It's that other way that has me nervous. Hey ya know, how it goes, you
never know what you got till it's gone, you take Paradise and put up a
Cool back to square one, except this time these is already a lot of
hydrolyzed amino acids floating around. That should be helpful;o))
Who said anything about humanity? I'm thinking about life and the
many paths that nature has taken to express it and assure its'
survival. It took a billion years for the first nutrient sea to
develop. Hopefully, next time recovery will start sooner.
On Sat, 17 May 2008 22:24:58 -0400, "Paul E. Lehmann"
Long, but agonizingly descriptive of life for ordinary Chinese, as
well as global consequences.
Well worth reading and filing. Addresses
peripherally mercury pollution of waterways, ergo, fish.
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