Friday, July 14, 2006

It's 5 o'clock Somewhere..

. : Free Day : .

Several thoughts come to mind today. But the first is that it feels like the Middle East is about to go nuts. It appears to me that Iran is funding people in order to bait Israel into attacking everyone. That way they have an acceptable excuse to retaliate. My only reaction is that this escalation is scary as all get out.

For the umpteenth time someone thinks Weezer is done for and never going to play again.

The Texas Rangers decided to hit once again. Since they are in a wide open division, look out! This might encourage the ownership to open up their pocket books.

I just finished the book State of Fear and would recommend it to you. I give it a 4 out of 5 stars. The language and adult themes kept it from 5 out of 5. It is a story that really emphasizes a need for a paradigm change among the entire environmental movement. It points out that there is a lot more phantom doomsday reports and a lot less constructive advances. It also is heavy into scientific proof behind any such theory. The action in the book is what really makes it good. Every chapter keeps you interested in spite of the huge amount of scientific data presented in the book. I hope you get a chance to read it.

1 comment:

Mad Rappin EW said...

If only we could stay out of the mideast. We should let Israel and Palestine duke it, nuke eachother, whatever they have to do to settle things. But we shouldn't be wasting our country's lives on a neverending war in which both sides are to blame. The whole world would be better off if they just forced everyone to get out of Jerusalem and just nuke the place so that no one would ever want to fight over the land.

In regards to Weezer, I'm sure Cuomo will sing again in a band, maybe it will be Weezer, maybe it will be some other band... but if he's still furveshly writing songs, etc he isn't done.

I think your Rangers are in a little bit better shape than my Cubs. The most important indicator of this ofcourse is ESPN's power rankings in which the Rangers are ranked #11 and the Cubs are ranked #26.