Monthly Archives: March 2009

Random Grumblings

With all of the incredible tech bargains out there right now, I’ve caught myself wishing I needed something. Fortunately, the lack of ready cash has kept me from discovering a new “need.” When am I going to learn that the … Continue reading

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Media Matters and the Importance of Reality (A brief history)

Addendum added (see below) It’s only March 13, yet we already have a pretty sure QOTM winner.  The provisional designation goes to Paul Krugman, as quoted in an article by Jamison Poser sent out in a Media Matters email.  The … Continue reading

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Rachael Maddow at the ACLU of Wisconsin’s 2009 Bill of Rights Celebration

The ACLU of Wisconsin was kind enough to make available (in three parts) the entirety of Rachael Maddow’s address to their annual meeting in February. The introduction ends and Rachael takes the stage about 3 minutes into the first clip. … Continue reading

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D.L. Hughley: Frank Schaeffer Author of Crazy for God on What’s Left of the GOP

This seems to be turning into You Tube day here at Grumblebear, but this clip of Frank Schaeffer on D.L. Hughley (one of the few watchable programs left on what has become of CNN) is worth the space and time. … Continue reading

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Samsung SSD Awesomeness

Ok, this clip is promotional material from Samsung, and nobody I know could afford a setup like this at the current price of SSDs. Never mind all that. Watch and be amazed!h/t Gizmodo

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Announccing an Arrival

Meet Ms. Mary Jane Klug Congratulations, guys!

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