Archive for February, 2010

Feb

18

CPAC: My Allergies and Killing Me and I am Tired

By jen

So, I have been back at the hotel a little while. I am a sneezing machine and was tired of sneezing on all the bright and motivated conservatives in attendance. I ordered Pizza Hut because I cannot pay 16 bucks for a burger and am ready for my Olympics fix. Today was good and above [...]

Feb

18

CPAC update: I need a power outlet edition

By jen

I knew there was a reason my over 30 ass bought an xpac ticket! Not just wi/fi but wall outlets! Yay! For the record I am not even close to the oldest person in the room! I think judge napolitano is speaking or something in a minute, but I am going listen to mitt at [...]

Feb

18

Cpac Insanity

By jen

First it is cold here. What is this fluffy white stuff accumulating here on the ground. Let’s see if this iPhone app works. I have a runny nose and need coffee in the worst way. First impressions: Lots of young people Lots of women in “gasp” kitten heels. Lots of dark blue suits and red [...]

Feb

14

Climate Change Logic, Sign Me Up!

By jen

I have been reading about this whole Climate insanity and the reality check we all knew was coming.  It started with my reading the blog on the site for the new school my kids will be attending next year.  It is one of those LEED schools for indoctrinating our children into the cult of leftist [...]

Feb

13

Video Games and the Female Demographic

By jen

Passion Fruit Game has a game coming out called Tiger Eye: Curse of the Riddle Box I am intrigued.  Will it find a market?  Romance/Adventure/puzzles.  Good luck! The game is based on a book by Marjorie M. Lui who is a favorite of mine.

Feb

7

Stating the Obvious, It’s Sort of My Thing…

By jen

Yesterday was the birthday of one of the greatest presidents we have ever had.  Regardless of your politics to deny Ronald Reagan his achievements and what he represented to this world is simply living your life with your head firmly buried in your ass.  As I watch the inaugural speech Dave in Texas was kind [...]