Mine. Five years. Yes, five years.
Blogging hasn’t been real consistent lately, but Lent is almost over and I’ll be able to go back to being internet obsessed again….so we’ll see. It definitely crosses my mind now and then to let this baby go.
But then, then, stories like these come out that need just a little bit of common sense added to them.
1. From the Washington post on how efficiency isn’t a good thing when you want more hires:
On Friday, the Labor Department will release a closely watched March employment report expected to show the strongest job growth in three years, driven by stabilization in the economy and a rebound from February snowstorms.
2. From the Wall Street Journal on payroll numbers.
Private-sector jobs in the U.S. dropped by 23,000 this month, according to a national employment report published Wednesday by payroll giant Automatic Data Processing Inc. and consultancy firm Macroeconomic Advisers.
Which means, oh joy, either someone’s numbers are wrong, or the “strongest job grown in three years” is a product of the government payroll.
Or then there is this gem from a supportive blog brother, JK
Non-James-Lovelock humans are ” too stupid to prevent climate change from radically impacting on our lives over the coming decades.” Thank Zeus that the 90-year-old super genius is willing to step into the breach and run the world for awhile.
Go, read the comment from Johngalt.
Read Ralph Peters today too. He’s got some scoop on who’s shooting who and who’s disappointed with who and who is being called a big ol terrorist weenie.
Blog buddy Scott has been super busy lately, but I need to shout out to him on such a versary. So Heh!. I think he was the first to ever link to me and he’s been a support ever since. His views are worth a read.
I traditionally put up a photo of me every year. Here is the latest that I have (me and my sister’s horse Poco). I’m off camping tomorrow though for my birthday so maybe we’ll get a more recent one this weekend.
Take care – I look forward to 5 more years of at least continuing to read blogs!