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Well, they're "sorta, kinda" indexing me anyway. It's on a 24 hour tape delay or something. So I never get picked up by Memeorandum because they pull from Technorati and Technorati has stuff I posted yesterday listed as my latest blog entry. And that's old news to Memeorandum.
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It's been said that the lottery is a tax on the mathematically challenged.
Well, in one more proof that God does indeed have a sense of humor, last month's record $254 million Powerball jackpot has been claimed. By three hedge fund managers from Greenwich, Connecticut.
The three men work as asset managers at a small firm called Bell Asset Management. They plan to form a new asset management company with their new windfall.
Math. It's what hedge fund dudes do. All day.
And now, an old joke:
The was this old guy named Abe. He lived a good life, always did the right thing, never sinned. Every day Abe went to Temple to pray. He wanted to retire in comfort so he asked God, "please let me win the lottery."
But each week someone else would win. Abe pleaded with God, "I'm a good man, I always do what You ask, why can't I win the lottery?"
Yet once again, Abe didn't win. "Why God? Why did *he* win? He's not a good man like me!" And he prayed and prayed and prayed.After another week Abe was back in Temple, all alone, despair etched on his face. "Please God, why do the unworthy win? I'm your faithful servent, what else can I do?"
Suddenly a loud voice boomed out from the Heavens.
Abe … Help me out … Buy a ticket!
Thank you, I'll be here all week.
Congratulations are in order, Bob Belvedere at The Camp of the Saints has crossed the one million hits threshold! No small feat, that.
Tori says, "Good show!"
AMR Corp., the parent company of American Airlines, has filed for bankruptcy protection after failing to secure cost-cutting labor agreements with their unions. It's what GM and Chrysler should have done, except that Obama meddled to save their featherbedded union contracts.
In DNC political calculus, UAW > IAM + ALPA.
File this under "could be cool" — RIM will offer BlackBerry security features on Android and iPhone.
The company said on Tuesday that it will launch its new Mobile Fusion device management software in the first quarter, allowing corporate IT staff to set and monitor rules for passwords, apps and software on a range of devices, including Apple's iPad and iPhone, and smartphones using Google's Android operating system.
A way to unify BlackBerries with Android and iPhone? If it works, RIM could be relevant again.
Wanna tax you brain? Just a Conservative Girl posted 12 questions that she wishes liberals would answer honestly.
Don't hold your breath JACG. If liberals answered you honestly, they'd turn
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