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The Day The Music Died

Corporate life sucks—there’s no denying it.

The past two days are no exception, and as a result, time for blogging has been minimal.   There’s so much stupidity going on at work, it wore me out by the time I got home last night.  I didn’t even want to look at a computer, so I went to bed a little earlier than usual.

But all that doesn’t stop the massive idiocy coming from the Obama administration.  Like transportation secretary Ray LaHood saying “don’t drive any of the recalled Toyotas”  and then saying “my bad, it’s ok to drive them”—all in the same day.

But don’t worry about stupid statements like that, when the government takes over healthcare, we’ll be in good hands. Promise.

Idiots on parade, I swear.

Anyway, today is the 51st anniversary of the death of Buddy Holly, the Big Bopper and Richie Valens.

Buddy Holly—one of the greats:


Also, remember to help Baby Brielle

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