Category Archives: 200 Words or less

The (other) Picture of The Day

New Hampshire may have a chart just like this one, so with any luck someone will be kind enough to provide it. Until then this shows us what Ohio Education Association Union Employees make compared to the other suckers who “also pay taxes.” A theme repeated in every state most likley. Data is reported to be from the US Dept of Labor. Continue reading

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Half-Bass’d Mast [Updated]

Well the timer was short. The result? When you copy an image location and someone does not like what you do with it, they snip your little life-line and the image goes away. You are left with a broken link, some alternate text if you added any, and plenty of people asking–huh? Continue reading

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New Years Resolution..

…to try and get my cross-posting act together. As a regular contributor to several high  profile (higher profile) blogs, my own site, where I started before New Hampshire Insider and Granite Grok came calling, just gets ignored.  The goal is … Continue reading

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Do you need Stimulus?

Find out if Stimulus is right for you.

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Military absentee ballots still in a quagmire

It seems to me that people whose primary job it is to protect our right to vote ought to be afforded the same privilege.  But the Democrat majority in congress has proven again that their rhetoric about supporting the troops … Continue reading

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Dems “No drilling, even at $10/gallon” (!?!)

Take this for what it’s worth, but it is worth watching.

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Jeanne Shaheen on the economy

Jeanne Shaheen on the economy (from jeanneshaheen.org) It’s time our economy worked for middle class families again. For the past seven years, wages have remained stagnant while the price of everything else – from a gallon of gas to a … Continue reading

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