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I may want to help. It may be good to help. But I don’t want to be forced to help.
Fractious parties seem to dominate American politics. I have a recommendation that would fix the problem but it would require a constitutional amendment.
Southern California Edison electric company wants me to pay a $75 setup fee and $10 per month in order to NOT install new equipment. Can you imagine if the termite man was authorized to bill you to NOT come do exterminations? How … Continue reading
DON’T DO IT! Some topics just deserve more coverage. This made me hopping mad today. Microsoft Excel 2007 will peacefully and silently open and edit an Open Office .ods spreadsheet. Saves without making a single complaint. Problem: All the formulas … Continue reading
I previously wrote Part 1, which questions assumptions that everything is better when globalized. California is now taxing internet companies that have no physical presence in-state, and use no state services. Their stated intent (a.k.a. spin) is that in order … Continue reading