Thursday, September 23, 2010



Contract On America.2

It was such a beautiful display of hypocrisy I almost cried. The Republican big shots of congress removed their ties and coats for the cameras today and rolled out the program they are going to run on this fall, which, the CS Monitor reveals, "is laced with" tea bagger slogans. It worked 20 years ago when Newt Gingrich said it, why not now?


But yes, headed by God west, back to Salt Lick City with a tarped load that delivers Monday, and from there they already have me pre-planned, as they call it, on a load that picks up in Ogden and delivers in San Ysidro, in sunny southern CA.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Sandusky

Sandusky may be my favorite place name, although Flatonia, TX and Streator, IL, are up there, too.


But yes, back in Ohio, from whence I came. Even with the lollygagging I did I got up here early enough to actually get one of my stops unloaded this afternoon, so I am ahead of schedule and under less pressure tomorrow, and I can fool around tonight with the computer. I am parked in between a little shopping center and a Holiday Inn that is graciously providing a free wifi signal, and I'm on a side street where I doubt anyone will bother me.


Speaking of cops, I see on the internet where the Albuquerque police think they have come up with a way to prevent being videotaped doing illegal things. If someone is taping them with one of those cell phone cameras the cops just walk up to them and tell them they have to confiscate their cell phone for evidence.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Whose Grass Roots?

Instead of talking about the new Republican star Christine O'Donnell we should be talking about the man who put her where she is, Sal Russo.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Revered Doctor Bill

Sitting in the truck in a mini truck stop off I-40 at the Crawford, I guess it is, exit...just west of Greensboro...I am picking up a load of plastic pipe that goes to four stops in Ohio, starting tomorrow morning. It's 6:23 local time. I have a 10 a.m. loading appointment, actually, a rarity for flatbed trucking.

Anyway, fooling around with the new Apple I-book -- I'm still at the point of trying to figure out the difference between Apple and Macintosh.

I wrote some when I first sat down back here in my projected book Faith and Belief...I was trying to