Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Class Today (Vice Thursday) at NoBullU on WEBY

UPDATE: As discussed, "[t]he oil deposit now leaking slowly into the sea would have provided about five days' worth of oil to Americans." Read The New York Times, For Five Days of Oil.

There will be another test next week.

P.S.: These links confirm the conclusion of the article: about the Macondo Prospect and oil consumption in America.

It's a host swap!

Listen to the voice of wisdom and reason in a wilderness of partisan rhetoric -- No political insanity, no conservative hypocrisy, no liberal foolishness -- Just straight talk, straight at you, and that’s no bull!!

NoBullU will broadcast today from 4:05 to 6:00 p.m. at 1330 AM WEBY and on line, courtesy of Cyber Smart Computers.


Local and regional: VP Bite Me visits the Gulf coast; Escambia County wants BP to give them the money (around $3.1 million for May 'expenditures'); save those tar balls, close the beaches; update -- FL 2010; damned if you do, damned if you don't -- Santa Rosa School District update and

Nation and international: did the spies flunk charm school?; more Supreme Court judicial activism; not McCrystal clear; faking it!; stupid people shouldn't be president; health care lawsuit update; and oil spill fallout to date: lost compensation, should you after lying to the IRS?, that unholy ecological alliance, is it a shakedown?, Jones Act BS, understanding the true cost of gas, tell me -- the oil deposit now leaking would have provided how many days' worth of oil to Americans?, Obama's energy pipe dreams, is it time for N2N, RICO's to blame for "an ecological Armageddon that could literally destroy the marine and coastal environment and way of life for generation of Americans", show me the money, local delirious with opportunistic greed, is it fair?, and Escambia County want lunch and dinner with their tar balls, as well as $9.1 million, does the oil keep flowing cause we are just not angry enough or is it God's wrath for destroying his planet?, how to plug that oil well, shocking realization that bottom-line influences corporate policy, political grandstanding, and Republi-CON 'less government' hypocrisy.

(Any chance of a serious discussion regarding risk and "the difficulty of predicting disaster in complex technological systems" (read The York Times, Drilling for Certainty)? Tune-in and find out.)

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But I'll discuss anything. Disclaimer: the host reserves the right to end any discussion and hang up on you.)

So tune-in, call-in, but only if you can handle some ass kickin' discussion of politics and current events!

Hope For Daydreamers

"Researchers have been analyzing daydreaming, and they’ve found those stray thoughts to be remarkably common — and often quite useful." Read The New York Times, Discovering the Virtues of a Wandering Mind.

Daydreaming has also be a popular theme of literature.