This is what the lobby of our office building looks like every time it rains:
Nice work, Equity Office..
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Sunday, August 19, 2012
My Morris team (well, a fraction thereof...) danced in Providence last night at Waterfire, at the invitation of the Ladies of the Rolling Pin. Several other teams were there, too, including a partial side from Newtowne; we teamed up to dance about a half a dozen dances.
After the dancing I wandered around for a while, taking in the sights and people.
Downtown Providence is quite lovely at night.
There are a few more pictures, and a video clip of the lighting of the Waterfire lamps, in this album:
|Waterfire w/LORP, August 2012|
Thursday, August 9, 2012
...to debunk the myth of "You didn't build that!"?
The Romney campaign has been flogging the notion that
Socialist President Obama said to business owners, "You didn't build that [business]!" In fact, in context, the "that" in the sentence is clearly referring to"roads and bridges." Obama was talking about all the infrastructure that enables business to thrive.
But don't take my word for it. Take a look at the entire, unedited video of Obama's speech in Roanoke Virginia on July 13th that set off this little firestorm. If you don't want to watch it all, just grab the pointer and drag into 32:30. Then watch the next 3 minutes.
If you want to find reasons to prefer Romney over Obama, at least do so with a little integrity.
The rest of the speech is pretty damn inspiring, too, in this viewer's opinion.
A note: I received an anonymous comment that I will not publish, even though I don't find any of the content particularly objectionable. I don't blog anonymously, and I hold commenters to the same standard.
Posted by Jerry Callen at 11:36 PM