Archive for October 25th, 2008

by jhwygirl

Not where you want to be in the last days of a presidential campaign.

A second McCain source says she appears to be looking out for herself more than the McCain campaign.

“She is a diva. She takes no advice from anyone,” said this McCain adviser. “She does not have any relationships of trust with any of us, her family or anyone else.

Yikes

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by problembear

my friends, in these turbulent times we desperately need more comedy and one of montana’a finest comedians Greg Keeler is going to be giving a reading at 1:00 pm today at the 2008 Montana Festival of The Book. He will be reading with Tim Sandlin and Luke Warm Water in ballroom D at the downtown holiday inn. if you can’t make it visit his site troutball for some solace.

Congratulations Noah Ginnings

by jhwygirl

Today’s Missoulian brings us the story of an amazing young man who has provided inspiration for a hell of a lot of people, making an amazing amount of friends along the way.

I’ve learned along my path that there are a tremendous amount of things in life that simply aren’t fair. When I read something like that, my thoughts are reset to that which is important and all the rest.

by jhwygirl

Google and the National Writing Project has put together a website which is a collection of letters written by students to our presidential candidates. The letters are a collection of thoughts and questions regarding issues that are important to our youth – our future. Pretty neat. It’s called Writing Our Future.

On that note, remember that post from about two weeks ago regarding Nickelodeon? Well, the kids have voted, and it’s Barack Obama.

Drinking alcohol shrinks your brain.

Note: Kids don’t drink.

Republicans are just happier people.

Joe the Plumber is contemplating a run for congress. There’s already a t-shirt….

The Montana Standard’s Question of the Week is “Officials are considering a policy banning all smoking on the grounds at the Montana State Hospital at Warm Springs. Would you support this?” My first reaction was ‘Don’t those people need to smoke?’ but a friend told me she’d say “no” because we’re paying their health care bills. Then we got to wondering the same thing about the prison.

I don’t know….

Hunting season is upon us. This month’s issue of Field and Stream has an article about the dangers of lead in game meat. The article isn’t online yet. It refers to a university study – perhaps a thesis project? But I found one in the Idaho Statesman. Actually – there’s a lot out there on it. Anyways, some food (or not) for thought.




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