Monthly Archives: May 2011

Chrysler / Fiat: 70 Good Jobs in Trenton – That’s a Good Start.

Hijacked this thread from our buddy Dave over at http://www.Allpar.com – looks like Chrysler / Fiat is getting ancy with the Mexico based supplier of camshafts for the PentaStar Six-Banger. As you may or may not know – the Pentastar … Continue reading

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The return of TSMC: ya we’re surprised too.

  The Space Monkey Chronicles spc. ed.: Bein’ Right ain’t Wrong It’s been a long road; lot of ‘em just up and died right there. That’s allright though; better off without. Comes a time, from time to time, when you’ve … Continue reading

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Bin Laden’s Dead: Up Yours to the ‘Real American’ Critics (REPOST)

(As posted on http://frank-schaeffer.blogspot.com ) Monday, May 2, 2011 Bin Laden’s Dead: Up Yours to Obama’s “Real American” Critics! An Open Letter to the Republican Liars Club: This morning I got up at 4 AM to walk across the street … Continue reading

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America – F#@! Yeah Kitty Cat

With his shotgun guitar and steely licks, this kitty gets down with its bad self…

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Bugfix Releases – mod_openopc and syphon

May 3rd, 2011 – bugfix releases for both mod_openopc and syphon.  Excerpt from the Revision History follows… build = 52    mod_openopc version = 3.14 revision = a Fix for potential bug – we observed the possibility in syphon that … Continue reading

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The 21st Century’s J.F.K. – President Obama

A man worthy of America’s respect, admiration, and thanks – President Obama. In the few years since he’s been in office, the President has managed to pass Health Care Reform (and is still working on the larger Public Option goal), … Continue reading

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WANTED: Snappy Music Videos – Dead or Alive

MTV turned into a reality network, then they bought VH1.  Remember “The Box” (formerly “The Jukebox”) where you could request a song for $1.00 or $2.00 per play?  What about CMT, you say?  Yup, that’s gone too. They’re all dead. … Continue reading

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