About This SiteThis is the blog of Anthony Glen Jeffries. The sub-title should explain things pretty well. The blog title comes from this post on Greta Christina's blog (scroll down to reason #7). The opinions expressed on this site are not necessarily representative of my past, present or future employers, coworkers, colleagues, friends or family.
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Tag Archives: general crankiness
Dead Bill Walking: House GOP Votes for 33rd Time to Repeal ACA | Crooks and Liars. For the 33rd fuckin’ time…I just don’t get (well, I do, yet I don’t) why Republicans and DINOs want to *not* help our most … Continue reading →
Romney Economics: Bancarrota y Rescate en GST Steel – YouTube.
I’m not dead! Really!
Rule by Rentiers – NYTimes.com. Read the article above, from Paul Krugman. This is the kind of shit that’s making me less of a capitalist all the time. In fact, I don’t think I technically am a capitalist any more. … Continue reading →
You may have noticed that the tags were searching through all of wordpress.com, and not just Angry with Unicorns. This somewhat irked me, and I’m sure that it annoys you sometimes, too. I’ve fixed it, and if you own a … Continue reading →
I would like to apologize on behalf of all Americans that still have some taste. We are not all robots slavishly working toward weekends involving variations on the same damn party every time. Most of us didn’t even do this … Continue reading →
I am listening to you right now to avoid Christmas music (and I can’t get KGGO, and my own station doesn’t play music yet) so I am listening to you. As much as I like Polyphonic Spree, please stop it … Continue reading →