Right Wingin' It.

   17 March 2004, mid-afternoon

I like this dude’s site, Right Wingin-It. Most everything he posts bugs me, don’t get me wrong, but it’s interesting to read how the other side thinks I suppose.

How did I stumble on this site? Through a bizarre internet project called Radio Vox Populi, which converts blogs to streamed audio you can listen to.

 

Comments

  1. Ugh. I need to redesign my site. So many blogs using Stormy it's making me depressed.

  2. I can't really stand to read drivel like the "Manpower says best job market since '01" post...I forget the exact numbers, but the Bush administration estimated job growth at 2.5 million new jobs for 2004 (or so), and after ONLY 2 months those numbers have been revised downwards to 1.2 million new jobs (or so)...It seems pretty clear that the new jobs are not being created like the administration claims. If they need to half their estimate after less than a quarter of the year, they have no clue how to the economy operates (hence they can't predict it) nor do they have a clue as to how to influence the economy (with 10 months left of the year to work with, you'd think they'd have plenty of time to create those other 1.3 millions jobs if their original estimate was realistic).

  3. LOL...feel free to stumble on back any time :)

    as for buggin ya, well, i tend to do that to about everyone i meet. up to and including my wife of...wow 10 years as of yesterday, so dont feel to singled out by your bugged state :)

    take care, and thanks for stoppin by

    T

  4. Hey. More internet Magic. Good stuff! I love your site. I really do hate everything you post, but I keep coming back to read more. Strange how things work like that. Congrats on 10 years.

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