It might have been asleep at the Iraq wheel in 2002/03/04, but the New York Times is on fire with the Floyd Landis story. Okay, it’s not as important as exposing a fabricated war, but the Times is right there for the fabricated testosterone.
Over the weekend Bill Richardson posted his first DailyKos “diary”. No word on if he’s done with the guitar solo sound file for his MySpace page yet, or has finished/posted his YouTube video on tequila shooters. You might have missed it because it was over the weekend and you, unlike boring me, only read Kos… Read More Bill Richardson’s Brush With ‘Netocracy
Jasper Juinen/Associated Press This morning’s NY Times has a good article on the whole Floyd Landis mess, including the obvious point that if Landis has naturally elevated testosterone previous tests will indicate that. But one question remains… Can’t we get this “B” sample tested just a little, tiny, teeny-weeny bit faster? The whole world is… Read More Your Sample Should Be Back, Uh, Let’s See, Ummm…..
A miniature version of our periodic “Esterkey Lake” caused by last night’s rain Yes I know everyone in New Mexico is doing a rain blog today. But I missed out on the fun with the earlier July storms and last night was my first good night to sit and watch the natural light show and… Read More Yes It’s Yet Another Lightning/Rain Blog Entry
The pundit-Goddess Molly Ivins has beat a steady drum about campaign finance reform for years. You probably have read something by her (e.g., Bushwhacked), and if you haven’t you need to stop reading this right now and go to her Fort Worth Star-Telegram columns. Now that I think about it, if you haven’t read any… Read More Senator Bingaman’s Mad Money
Yesterday, I ventured up the bumpy construction on Isleta Blvd. to attend the opening gala for the Patricia Madrid for Congress “South Valley Office”. My fortuitous timing (arriving an hour late) meant that I missed the speeches, but still had access to plenty of free hotdogs and tortilla chips. The Isleta curve was a happening… Read More Sweating For Patsy Down In The Valley
Well, I’m back but I’ll spare you the slideshow, the profound epiphany experienced during the climbing of Powder River Pass, the culminating spiritual release of completing 4,500 miles of driving over the course of most of a month. But I will show you this picture of a large ceramic (I believe) dinosaur found outside Dinosaur,… Read More I’ve Been Everywhere And Boy Are My Insights Tired