It could be just me, but has anyone noticed this in the news?
For those of you who care to watch, it seems whenever reporters mention anything about global warming, they refer to it as "climate change."
Even Google is doing it. In fact, the last time they mentioned the words "global warming" was last April.
I'm seeing the same thing in the news, which use to shout out "global warming" every time they thought Al Gore was watching (or Goracle as many on the right are now calling him).
Could it be that Bush is actually winning the "weather war" when it comes to who is responsible for heating Earth up?
Friday, September 28, 2007
Sunday, September 23, 2007
I don't get it. Perhaps its just that I'm Sanguine or something, but people really need to look on the bright side of life.
After all, you're not dead, and there are far worse things in life.
People seem to be way too depressed about politics, religion, the environment, being single, or some future war that's going to wipe us all out.
Aside from the dating status, the rest is (mostly) beyond your control, so people should stop worrying about it.
And if you can't stop worrying about it, then find someone who can solve your problem.
I don't want to sound harsh, but there are more important things to worry about in life--like friends, family, and evil cats (I'm just joking my feline loving friends).
Speaking of which, here is a video about these hairballs that will hopefully cheer up some of my depressed friends from planet Earth.
Monday, September 17, 2007
Just a random video I came across while surfing YouTube (which is becoming a late night hobby).
You can find the original video over here, although this version reminded me so much about apple (a theme which you can see on this blog...as of 30 minuets ago).
Don't you wish you could dance this good?
Although I love the space theme of this web journal, I am trading it in for a new...more "Mac" like skin.
If all goes well, I'll post a video to celebrate. If not...well--there's always tomorrow.
Note: This site may look ugly for twenty minuets. Relax, I'm just adjusting the curtains of this site.
Update: The site is now live and alive! (well, 99% at least)
Now all I have to do is upload a video on the next post (to celebrate the redesign).
Thursday, September 13, 2007
It looks like the Seattle Post-Intelligencer has several articles relating to day laborers who are in America illegally.
Here are some snippets (with comments from yours truly below).
The average Joe (originally from Peru):
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I would like to get a job that's secure. For a company -- like, safe. A regular job. Today you got job, tomorrow you got job, tomorrow, next week. I would like to get my papers, be legal, be married. Maybe bring some family here and try to get married with American woman for my papers. And live here, and maybe (...) stay here.
Comments: According to the article he is here mainly for work, although this paragraph caught my eye. Although I am probably more agnostic about people like him in general, I would not be too thrilled with him cutting everyone else in line for citizenship.
This next guy I actually have sympathy for:
How much will the operation cost?
About $15,000 to $20,000 dollars. I have a little, some pesos, but I need it for other things, so my kids eat, have clothes ...
My son, sometimes he faints, and my wife gets scared and has to pick him up from school or home or wherever. And the poor thing, all the time she has to watch him. When there's a way, they take a bus. But when he's very delicate, they take a taxi to the nearest hospital.... When I feel bad is when he asks why. Why is he sick when his brother and sister are OK? And that's when we all feel bad.
Comments: This probably wasn't an easy decision for this guy (as he seems to miss his family a lot) although hopefully someone from doctors without borders can help him, as his heart really seems to be in Mexico, instead of the US.
Last, but not least, the Home Depot Preacher:
Immigration doesn't come to get us. Immigration goes after those who committed some crime, or are already marked for deportation. In that I agree ... because I know them. Immigration officials know me and I know immigration officials. They are just doing their duty. ...
The (Home Depot) manager knows me, everyone knows me inside. The (Home Depot security) officials know me too. I'm helping them out here by making sure the workers don't go inside. The manager's a good person, because I've spoken with him. He says hi to us in the morning, happily, and I feel happy too.
I not too sure how comfortable I am with government officials cozying up to anyone (especially in this day in age). Either way, the guy seems to be keeping Home Depot happy by keeping the drunks and druggies away (free security?).
So what do you guys think? Should they all be deported, or should they all stay?