- IndyStar.com has their "Build a Ballot" doo-dad online. Frankly, I'm having a hard time picking between the various bags of crap. #
- I may or may not have just made a correlation between an attractive woman and "her great bass" in a fishing catalog. #
- How is it that programming and development books have some of the most useless book cover art? Objective-C & a merry-go-round? #
- ADT guy is here installing more sensors. If someone so much as sneezes around this house, I think they send someone out here. #
- I've been reading and reviewing several business/design/marketing books lately: http://bit.ly/9vAaHJ #
- No one ever gives Mitch Daniels credit for saving map maker jobs. Someone has to draw a new squiggly line for I-69. #
- Things have been going way too smoothly so far this morning… #
- These storms in Indiana are God's way of punishing us for tolerating (choose one): gays, tax caps or democrats. #
- Naturally, the only pink-looking cell in the state is aimed right at my house. #
- HAHAHA! My trash can is the only one on the block still standing!!! #
- news is reporting a funnel cloud in Speedway. #
- Tornado sirens going off in Indy… #
- Thunderstorm warnings in October. Weird. #
- You too can fight crime in Washington, D.C.: re-elect no one! Or, just vote Libertarian like I plan to. #
- Would it have killed whoever thought of "GLBT" to make it "GBLT" instead? This way we can make bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches gay. #
- Todd Young down in Indiana's 9th gets some help from The Onion: http://onion.com/azJiZk #
- Some 5,000 janitors in the US have PhDs: http://gizmo.do/8X3OWq #
- ADT's website makes me want to cry every time I use it. It even makes me check a service agreement box JUST TO LOGIN. #
- I need to find a free piece of Windows software that's not a virus and can batch-generate PDF index sheets of photos… #
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