Let this serve as a cautionary tale for Griegor and Jackbart (and to a lesser extent, Weedo):
So this guy dropped dead after a mere 50 hours of playing video games? Amateur. Seriously, though- this is what happens when you don't take some time out to do the little things that are so important to your mental and physical health. Like drinking beer. Or frequenting strip clubs.
Steanso is still on the job hunt, but there MAY be some glimmers of hope on the horizon. Keep thinking of me (prayer, finger crossing, and non-superstitious/secular well-wishing are all being gladly accepted).
I watched Fox News this morning (because CNN only wanted to spend time on that stupid fugitive case from Tennessee), and they must have said 10 times in 10 minutes how great the economy was doing (in exploring the question of why President Bush wasn't getting more credit for our triumphant economy, among his many other startling successes). Is the economy really doing that great? Well, here's my viewpoint- I'm unemployed, and gasoline is $3 a gallon. And the fed seems to be planning on raising interest rates. Of course, the weak little liberal pundit that they put on their show tried to point out that most of the economic gains that the country has made are affecting only the wealthy and haven't extended to the middle or lower classes, but Fox glossed over that point and moved on to examine whether or not the war in Iraq was still popular. Who are these people at Fox News? Is that really a question? Is the war still popular? Can anyone even remember a time when it WAS popular? (tolerable or necessary, perhaps, but popular?) I wish that the Bush administration would go ahead and just subsidize Fox News and rename it "The Ministry of Information" so that at least the role that the network is playing would be more clear. Fox News- bringing you what the right wants you to hear since 1984.