Another full moon, I hate it when I get this way. Oh well… Another not so quite lucid post from my world or what is left of it.
Remember that old line: “It was the best of times … It was the worst of times.” Think I saw it on a episode or Cheer’s a long, long time ago.
Now let’s to put it into perspective.
Look at the major oil companies for instance, now that times are good, they want to make them REALLY GOOD and want to put some kind of new crap (Okie Scientific Term) in your gasoline, up to 15% of it per gallon. It will of course destroy older model cars but will run just fine in the newer models.
So the failing automakers get a boost, all the older cars have to leave the road, and the oil companies insure that their supplies of oil are extended well into the next century.
In good times, it’s natural that we pay less attention to our individual expenses. But today, regardless of our current situation, we all need to save as much money as possible. And when it comes to saving money, the experts agree one of the best places to start is with your grocery bill. Now that the recession is officially over it might be a good time to consider going back to Twinkies or Ding Dongs?
Thanks to all of the pompous gas bags in our nation’s capitol and the high octane boys digging in the tar sands around the world, we are stuck again. The majority of us will be of course, sitting at home watching old re-runs of Laverne & Shirley, munching away. Desperate victims of Anal Glaucoma, the disease brought to you by American Oil, a national affliction of which there is no known cure, a disease where you simply cannot see your ass going anywhere.
So here is the take away.
When Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) gave her inaugural address as speaker of the House in 2007, she vowed there would be “no new deficit spending.” Since that day, the national debt has increased by $5 trillion, according to the U.S. Treasury Department.
Must be nice, working for the government or the oil companies (if you do not currently live in a gulf state that is). When you need ready cash, you just print it up or go get it.
Man-Man, here it comes again. It never seems to end. All of a sudden the tree house in Belize is looking better and better each day. Now having done my public service for the day and increased my total word count for the month, I am going to slink into the kitchen for another cup of coffee. One of the few luxuries in life I can at least afford, it is still hovering around eight dollars a bag.
Now if I just had enough money for a donut to go with it.