Archive for January, 2008

On the morning of the Florida primary, I’m wondering what exactly happened to Rudy Giuliani. It was just a few months ago that he was the top contender for the Republican nomination to run as president and I had great expectations for him. However, he may have a few warts that are unacceptable to many […]

Tough Loss for the Chargers

I watched much of the Chargers playoff game against the Patriots, and was disappointed that they lost. But considering the circumstances, they didn’t lose by much. Why didn’t the Chargers win on Sunday? In my opinion, they didn’t have the reserves — they couldn’t play their best people because they had exhausted them in the […]

I’m happy so many of you are responding to the poll. As we promised, we will endeavor to update you each week. On the issue of social networking, Linked-In is still at the top with 37% of the vote. Based on your opinions and feedback, I decided to sign up. If you’d like to become […]

Poll Updates, Two Articles

It has been our intention to periodically report the results of the poll that we established at the beginning of the year. To date, on the issue of social networking, Linked-In is tied with “Other” for the top honors at 36%, although I’m curious exactly what social networking website you were thinking about under “Other.” […]

Questions for 2008

I thought it would be interesting to start out the new year with some questions for you. Here are a few polls with questions that I am very interested in getting your opinions on. As you can see, they are somewhat political in nature. Please feel free to elaborate on your choices by entering a […]


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