Tom DeLay, you big tool, how do you sleep at night?
“It’s not a pay raise,” said House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Texas. “It’s an adjustment so that they’re not losing their purchasing power.”
Well heavens to Betsy, can’t have them lose their purchasing power. Grandma, looks like you’re gonna have to eat cat food an extra couple of days a month – no relief in site for you. Have you considered running for Congress? They make $165,200 a year. They were about to lose their purchasing power, you see…
Thanks for the heads up from Mr. Crunchy.
The new menu should work. If it doesn’t, I’ll have to fix it later. For now, I just wanted to make sure I didn’t blow anything up. Then again, not much I can do about it now that I’ve saved the changes, eh?
Updated: Minor flaws. Nothing to see here except minor flaws.
Updated: Okay, maybe they weren’t minor before. But they should be minor now.
Again: Aw boogers. One of the buttons is wrong. It isn’t Interview with Still Life. It’s Still Life With Interview. Attention to detail: C-
I was looking at my page stats a few minutes ago, and realized that since I started using that tracking service in 1998, I’ve had over 200,000 page hits. Actually, it hit 200,000 over the weekend. That’s a lot of page hits. I mean, some folks get that many a day. My highest day ever was 2727 hits. I’d like to do that again. I should try to remember what was going on back in May 2002. I’m guessing Linky & Dinky mentioned me. I think the time I was mentioned in the Sunday Newspaper supplement Access Magazine happened prior to 2002. Yup, just double-checked…it was Linky & Dinky.
So anyway, I’m thinking of doing some low level redesign on the site, but I don’t necessarily want to do it over the weekend. This weekend is supposed to be barbecues, 24/7. Sun and fun and parties until you bleed A1 sauce and beer. Swimming until you closely resemble one of those California Raisins. That’s what you’re supposed to do on the Fourth of July weekend.
I don’t know that I’ll be doing any of that. Mr. Dump just switched to a low fat diet and he’s still in the being really good phase and isn’t keen on rustling up a mess ‘o ribs. Or burgers and dogs. Potato and macaroni salad are right out. You see the problem?
Plus, we’ve got something coming up that will probably keep us busy this weekend. More on that later this week. (See, now you have to keep coming back. I’m sneaky, huh?)
At CVS, I mean. Maybe they are so busy miss-filling prescriptions that they just don’t have time to stock the shelves.
The local paper said a Leominster woman was given double the dose of her thyroid medication. Another local person was one of the 20 or so who have come forward to say they got the wrong medicine or wrong dose.
Personally, I got ‘old’ medicine from Brooks once and that was the last prescription I brought there. The packaging for the drug said it was past the expiration date. I’m just lucky that it wasn’t something you get in a prescription bottle…you have no clue how old that stuff is, I suppose.
The double the dose thing will probably be an issue when drug companies start pushing people to cut pills in half to save money. 30 100mg pills costs the same as 30 200mg pills, but if you cut them in half they last twice as long. But how many people will forget to cut them in half?