Archive for June, 2009

Death of a House

Posted in Uncategorized on June 29, 2009 by a4synapse


This dates from the Civil War.  There are pens in the basement for the livestock during the worst weather.  It’s completely solid.  It has good wa.  It’s owned by someone who builds houses made of ticky-tacky.  He’s either burning it or knocking it down.  No one cares; property rights, etc.  It’s an impoverishment of public space, however.  I hope someone burns him down when he’s old (wait, he’s old already!).

This is just wrong

Posted in Uncategorized on June 21, 2009 by a4synapse

SCOTUS judges that a person finally convicted of a crime has no right to develop evidence that may be exculpatory.  Something about states’ rights.

The Washington Post fired Dan Froomkin.  They’ve crossed to the dark side.

Iran is saving itself.  God speed.