Sunday, August 28, 2011

Sunday, August 7, 2011

The Inaugural Speech President Obama Should Have Made

“I know you’re scared and angry. Many of you have lost your jobs, your homes, your hope. This was a disaster, but it was not a natural disaster. It was made by Wall Street gamblers who speculated with your lives and futures. It was made by conservative extremists who told us that if we just eliminated regulations and rewarded greed and recklessness, it would all work out. But it didn’t work out. And it didn’t work out 80 years ago, when the same people sold our grandparents the same bill of goods, with the same results. But we learned something from our grandparents about how to fix it, and we will draw on their wisdom. We will restore business confidence the old-fashioned way: by putting money back in the pockets of working Americans by putting them back to work, and by restoring integrity to our financial markets and demanding it of those who want to run them. I can’t promise that we won’t make mistakes along the way. But I can promise you that they will be honest mistakes, and that your government has your back again.” ~~NYT 8/7/11

Old-School Escort Service

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Casino Loyalty

It's very important to establish a long-term relationship with your customers.


Photo: Jack Barnofsky

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

"Mad Men" On Netflix

All 52 episodes of the first four seasons of "Mad Men" are now available for streaming on Netflix. (Unfortunately, the poster is for Season Two; Season Five doesn't start until January.)

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Arlington: The Rap

RIP, Amy Winehouse.

I can't help but remember Janis today. She was 27, too.


Photograph: Terry Richardson

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Bar Noir

Just my kind of place.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

A Full Schedule

Some churches are fully booked these days - and even find time for worship.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Hello Again


It feels like it's time to pick up the thread here, and see where it leads to.

Anyway, here's a visual demonstration of how everyone seems to be making sacrifices during these difficult economic times.