Rough day up in Toronto. Blue Jays are being a bit too hot-headed as KC comes back!
Probably talking out of turn. And not in any loop at all so other than what the website shows not sure where the project is. But, if these really are the last shows. Hope they never stop. Shouldn't something be done for the furtherdowntheroad project to save and preserve the bus. If not only for Neal and Kesey but to preserve our history. A future with no bus to get on would stink. NFA
Relix Magazine just announced they are giving away 2 GA tickets for all 3 nights of Fare Thee Well in Chicago! To read more about entering follow this link: http://www.relix.com/contests/win_2_ga_floor_passes_to_all_3_nights_of_f...
What the Ottawa Senators/Andrew Hammond have been able to do in the last two months of the NHL season is nothing short of incredible. Five Canadian teams in this year. Let the real season begin.
The cynic in me says this probably won't pass. The most I will say is that the tide seems to finally be turning. I really thought these days would never come.
This thing is freaking me out. Wow.
For the majority of us, the recent let-up in prices at the pump have certainly helped ease the monthly budget. It cost me $20 to fill up yesterday. I remember talking to someone last year, and he told me that he hasn't filled his tank in years. Of course, his workhorse is a diesel and diesel hasn't been impacted as much as gasoline with the recent lowering in oil prices.
For those of us that like to delve deeper into the economics, it's interesting to observe the way the Saudis are increasing output, and keeping it high, in order to put the squeeze on newer technologies like shale drilling and the Canadian tar sands which require higher prices per bbl to be cost effective. The economics here are intriguing, and so far the consumer is coming out the winner. How long will this last?
Much is not clear here, but it sounds like all the social networking and long persistence by so many folks may have finally had some success: