Notes from the week of 27MAY13
It's a bit disjointed...
so anyway, my employer handed me a shiny new laptop (exactly like the one I had before, only newer) on Thursday morning and put the kibosh on the use of Dropbox. I has a sad.
So my practice of keeping a Notepad file in the cloud and working off that regardless of which 'puter I'm on is in a state of flux. I'm trying to find a way to hack my way into admin rights (in a way that won't get me fired) so I can add Dropbox, Skype, and the all-important Lego Digital Designer (teh bestest time-suck evah!)
So this is a bit disjointed. So disjointed, that, although the time stamp says Sunday, I'm actually finally getting this posted on Wednesday evening. Because: Reasons. Anyhoo, let's light this candle....
For whatever reason, Supply Side Politics 2.0 is getting traffic from the IPS "China Mobile Peoples Telephone Company Limited". Which is cool, I guess. And kind of odd.
Soopermexican has an advance copy of the *spit* income tax *spit* return form that conservatives will have to file for the 2013 tax year.
Billy Hollis of Q and O fame posts an open letter to the Washington Post: Hey, Washington Post. I got yer questions, right here.
Bill Whittle's Afterburner: Real People
Ted Cruz delivers the Commencement Address at Hillsdale College:
Tyler Durden puts us some knowledge about solar panels and China
Jeff Goldstein opines on the IRS scandal
What do you know? I had the link to Whittle's Afterburner above; I'll save you from having to click through, here's the vid:
æ Copy this character and save it somewhere. It might come in handy someday.
BOMBSHELL: David Gergory reveals that Leon Panetta told Holder to do something about James Rosen
another round-up next Sunday
Labels: Week in Review