Month: July 2005

  • How Hot is it?

    It’s pretty hot. I actually saw a new (to me) heat indicator this weekend, although I was later told it’s not really unusual. My horses, just standing in the pasture grazing, were not just sweating profusely; they actually had salt caked on their coats from evaporated sweat. I think that’s pretty bleepin hot! But since […]

  • DSM Day

    Today was DSM (Downing Street Minutes) Day, the third anniversay of the infamous Downing Street meeting, a meeting of high-level British government officials, the minutes of which offer pretty clear proof that the Bush administration fed the world a pack of lies as they prepared for war in Iraq.

  • Mud Puddles and Photo Ops

    My Canon has been gathering dust since Rolex, so I thought today would be a good opportunity to play with it at a local Horse Trial. But first, I had a higher priority. Crossbo has also been too idle lately (although he’s gotten more recent work than the camera), and today finally looked like a […]

  • Different sort of death?

    I suppose that it’s a little premature to name a winner of the Whopper of the Week award, since the week is still very young and the Bush administration seems to have an inexhaustible ability to make outrageous statements. But I think it’s safe to say that Bush’s homeland security adviser, Fran Townsend, is a […]

  • Yes, we have RSS

    If you don’t even know what RSS stands for, it’s Really Simple Syndication. Now you know almost as much about it as I do. If you’re a hard-core webhead that thinks RSS is the greatest thing since Google, you may be pleased to know that this site now has an RSS feed.

  • Only 42%?

    I’m seeing a lot of gloating about the recent Zogby poll showing support for the idea that lying about starting a war could be an impeachable offense. According to the survey, “more than two-in-five (42%) voters say that, if it is found that President Bush did not tell the truth about his reasons for going […]