"marketing", "stupidity", "greed", "general priggishness". take your pick.
So, are you guys just not getting letters any longer? I guess I better start using the Postal System or that will go away too.
Hear Hear! I agree. It's good stuff. I stopped watching Elementary. Heck I stopped watching TV after 9 pm period, unless I'm on my stationary bike. Martin Freeman was also in "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", and I think he'd be great as Dirk if they ever make Douglas Adams' "Dirk Gentley Holistic Detective Agency" into movies.
I notice the wackos at either end of the political spectrum dislike Danehy. Must be something to that...yep, neither has the ability to laugh at themselves and just wants everything to be their way all the time. And for someone who clearly does not understand satire to bring Stewart to this...the irony is priceless-thanks for the laugh.
Needs more references to "the MyBook or the FaceSpace" and "the internet tubes" and the like. Say things like "since TV went to color" and somehow work in a reference to when you watched the Kennedy/Nixon debate. There are many decent shows to watch, it's having to sit through the commercials that I've taken to Netflix. But even then, after we've watched some entertaining shows we feel like we've wasted time-with my reading books and the wife with her turning raw wool into yarn, etc.
The speed limit changes on southbound too, at least at Papago it does. Where the speed sign used to be south of the Papago guide sign, is now a "Buckle Up It's The Law" sign. In fact lots of these new signs have been installed in the Death Corridor that is also known as I-19. The new speed limit sign is about 500 feet north near where the old 65 speed limit sign was (just before you crest that little bump after the Tohono Fields). I noticed but it hasn't altered my driving habits, I generally stick to 65mph when I'm not taking the shuttle from Green Valley.
All I can say Tom is that the Legislature is having a helluva time getting parochial schools paid for with public school monies. They'll keep trying, I'm sure. But until this happens they had to have a way to ruin public schools while at the same time further bringing down the overall educational level of all students within the State (Education for Profit, nope that doesn't work either!). It's been rough, but they're finally seeing some success. Too bad Frank A. won't be there to further ransack the educational coffers. Maybe we could just combine the For-Profit Prison system with the For-Profit Educational system. I'm sure CCA has a business model already lined out.
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