Archive for September, 2007

It’s Raining.

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

After what seems like a bajillion days of dryness, today the skies have decided to shed some tears on the Southland. Welcome to fall, 2007.

No doubt the local TV news will crank out their “Stormwatch 2007 Doppler HD Turbo” graphics and over=report on something that nature has been doing on a regular basis since it all began.

A good day to stay indoors, and document all the accumlated assets we’ve acquired over the last 15 years so that we can split it up equitably, and I can move on to the next season of my life.

I guess the rain-slicked roads will be a continuous reminder to me that you never get advance notice when you are about to be blindsided.

Drive safely.

When The World Was Round

Wednesday, September 19th, 2007

Wonderful video for Ian Hunter’s latest single from his Shrunken Heads album. It’s about time the world recognized Ian’s talent big time. Share this with your friends.

Scrambling Cockroaches

Monday, September 10th, 2007

Is it just me, or is the juxtaposition of the random sponsor add on this newstory about Country wide cutting staff a serious comment about the state of the entire mortgage and housing industry.

You KNOW the displaced, unscrupulous mortgage loan ‘officers’ and brokers that had been selling over-extended homeowners new loans they really couldn’t afford, are going to be jumping this new bandwagon. This way, they get rewarded for creating a situation they were rewarded to in the first place. Like being a bounty hunter, and knowing exactly where the prey is hiding.

I hate the mortgage business – and that’s why I no longer call it my profession.

With apologies to my previous clients.

D Day

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007