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Friday, October 15, 2010

On Monday, The Two-Week Long Blogospheric Colonoscopy Starts

You may have noticed that things were a bit slow here this week.

I've been attending a securities law conference all week, so it's been hard to keep up with everything.  One of the downsides of being a purely solo blogger.

By Monday things will be back to normal. 

I'm planning on giving Harry Reid and other Democrats a two-week long blogospheric colonoscopy, with a little snip-snip when I find something I don't like.

As MSNBC says, lean forward. 

When you wake up on November 3, you won't know what happened to you.

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  1. I saw the word "colonoscopy" and I ran right over...always wanted to see what happens when a lawyer plays doctor :-)

  2. The first question is what were the exact dates when Harry Reid was in private practice?

    His official biography doesn't state but it says the following:

    "In 1977 he was appointed Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission, where for five years he made headlines with his legendary and unrelenting fight to clean up Nevada's gaming industry.

    Reid returned to his private law practice for a few years, then won the first of two terms in the United States House of Representatives in 1982. In the House, he championed issues important to Nevada families, introducing the Taxpayer Bill of Rights as well as legislation to protect Nevada's wilderness"

  3. As a professional investment advisor, I wouldn't mind a quick report on what the hot issues were at that securities law conference. Just sayin'. I'm dealing with a lot of uncertainty myself and those "continuing education" requirements are no help.

  4. The rear ends of a herd of donkeys going over a cliff. PRICELESS