Bag of Randomness

  • I bet right before Chief Justice Roberts sat at his computer and started to write his opinion, he took one deep sigh.
  • “It is not our job to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices.”
  • Profile in courage moment?
  • It’s a bit crazy me thinks that any sitting President of the United States has to learn about Supreme Court rulings like everyone else . . . television.  Well, at least that’s what Scott Pelley told me.
  • After taking an issue all the way to the Supreme Court and learning they did not rule in your favor, at what point do you decide to just move forward?
  • I would still prefer a universal single payer type system.
  • Funniest tweet yesterday since the complex verdict was flubbed by several news outlets.  - DEWEY DEFEATS OBAMACARE
  • From FactCheck.org - How much will the “tax” penalty be for going without health insurance?
  • I never had much of an opinion of Savannah Gunthrie until yesterday.  I was very impressed with how she was able to interpret the ruling on such short notice and explain it in layman’s terms.  Here, I always thought she was just a young gal with pretty face only good for cooking segments.  Heck, I didn’t even realize she’s 40.
  • While at the car wash yesterday the owner came by and chatted with me.  He was wondering if I heard about how the Army was invading St Louis with tanks on the the street and how it was related to today’s ruling and then talked about how I needed to listen to some ultra-conservative new world order radio host in Austin.  A quick Google search lead me to some articles about how the Army is rolling tanks down residential streets for training.
  • Sometimes I think the Bible and the U.S. Constitution are similar in that each can be interpreted in the most sincere and veriest of ways.
  • If Josh Hamilton was only an average player without such a ‘great story’, his bat throwing incidents would have more outcry.
  • Watch out Houston, Texas, here we come.  Since we basically no nothing about the city, we just chose to stay at the Westin that is connected to the Galleria.
  • Something I’m sure to do when my kids start to drive.
  • Something that may have been overlooked in the news yesterday - U.S. giant sold China attack-copter software
  • The inside of a camel’s mouth is more interesting than you would think.
  • New adjustable Wonderbra lets you boost your cleavage with the tug of a string
  • Real Life Life-Size Doll House
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3 Responses to Bag of Randomness

  1. Peggy says:

    make the Houston zoo. It is great….. have a safe trip

  2. Don T says:

    "we just chose to stay at the Westin that is connected to the Galleria."
    Good choice! Has an ice skating ring inside the mall. Plenty to do without going outside. Lots of places to eat there or nearby.

  3. Matt H. says:

    While I despise equating the constitution and Scripture for a number of reasons (i.e. http://www.mcnaughtonart.com/artwork/view_zoom/35… I had the very same thought yesterday about interpretation. I think well-meaning people can read these documents from a variety of angles (Luke 10:26), and though some readings are better than others, it is not necessary or helpful to assign ulterior motives to anyone who interprets differently than myself.

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