Wonderful site of liberal-oriented animated cartoons -- this guy is talented and infinitely on target regarding our Federal government and politics California style (his home state). There's a new cartoon every week--check it out:
As we look forward to next year, hopefully with a new president and an improving economy, I think we should all bear in mind some of the factors that helped to diminish our present economy, big box stores included.
An excellent series of articles from the L.A. Times -- please read what you can, and pass the word: don't patronize Wal-Mart.
Even if you don't have time to read any of the articles, check out the flash US map (right hand side) "Unrivaled Expansion."
For those that hate with a red-hot hate, check out:
Just returned from a lovely short trip to Brussels and Amsterdam. Any other Jacques Brel fans out there? They worship him and his wonderful, complex "paroles"; no American singer/composer really compares. I sang an adaption of "Quand on n'a que l'amour" for friends--even though I'm not exactly a musician, they loved it. Amsterdam is delightful. Despite the pouring rain, they're riding their bikes, loaded up with one or two kids, parcels and umbrellas.
Art Carney died yesterday, may he rest in peace.
A friends comment upon hearing of his death --
"I'm surprised he was still alive." I think Art would've chuckled at that.
Shall I or shan't I? I found myself asking my college-aged son about the pros and cons of blogging. When/if he gets back to me (not that I'm waiting for his approval), you may/may not hear from me again! ps - don't hold your breath folks.