Monthly Archives: April 2010

I hope to God there’s an elevator.

You would think when someone needs CPR, they wouldn’t be forced to take the stairs.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Am I being thrifty… or maybe just cheap??

This morning I could not find my plain white coffee cup and I was forced to have my morning coffe in my ‘world’s greatest Grandpa’ cup. I normally use that cup only for my after lunch pick-me-up. Even though I was … Continue reading

Posted in curmudgeon | 1 Comment

While I’m ranting about our Public leaders…

I don’t understand who, if anyone, is right about the financial reform bill. How can the two sides be at such opposite extremes?? I know in my heart, in my gut and in my brain that derivatives are not good for … Continue reading

Posted in curmudgeon | Leave a comment

Just when I think……

I can quit worrying so much about what President Obama might do to the country, I read something about this guy and what his connection to the President is. I KNOW Al Sharpton is a charlatan and a documented Major League … Continue reading

Posted in curmudgeon | Leave a comment

This is interesting.

I think this guy is on the right track for living well.

Posted in A look at the morning news. | 2 Comments

Tax day.

For only the second time in memory, I will not be getting my 15 seconds of fame on the evening news. For many years, I have appeared on the news as I sat in line near midnight waiting to put my … Continue reading

Posted in A look at the morning news., curmudgeon, decline and eventual fall of the U.S.A. | Leave a comment

Okay, I don’t know who’s responsible but this has to stop.

The last sardine cannery in the country is being closed and another 130 jobs are disappearing. This is like a nightmare. Every time I turn around, another industry is closing its doors. How do the people in charge of things … Continue reading

Posted in A look at the morning news. | 3 Comments

Now, why does that not surprise me???

Diesel fuel is now at 3.09 here in Mooresville just as I am preparing to make a 2600 mile trip at 10, maybe 11 miles a gallon. The prognosticators are predicting 4 dollar gas by summer and I’m sure diesel … Continue reading

Posted in curmudgeon, decline and eventual fall of the U.S.A. | 1 Comment

I’m back, I think.

The geetwo blogging business has suffered lately because of several reasons, most of which are not worth mentioning. What’s that you say?   you want to hear them anyway? Well, alright, if you insist. Excuse #1. We rented the condo we have … Continue reading

Posted in curmudgeon | 2 Comments