Archive for the ‘Government’ Category

Nature 2, Humans 0

December 20, 2010mike Comments Off on Nature 2, Humans 0

It seems this one time semi-comical viewpoint section is going to become a regular part of Styrofoamsoup. I recently entered a discussion regarding the benefits of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the city limits (specifically Buffalo in this conversation, though it is a big issue in all of the State of New York and other states […]

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Nature 1, Humans 0

August 25, 2010mike 3 Comments »

NPR is hardly a BP supporter… but look… wait… oil spills into the ocean in Exxon Valdez quantities every year… and look… wait… bacteria eat it… and look… wait… they’re eating this oil too… hmmm oil comes from the Earth and goes back to it… who would have thought… Nature 1 point… Humans zero… good […]

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What ever happened to Proposition 7?

August 5, 2010mike 1 Comment »

All the buzz is Prop 8 or more specifically California Proposition 8 (2008).  Repeal it, appeal that, this that the other thing.  Regardless of your position it sure gives the guys on CNN and FoxNews a lot to talk about. But the one thing they’re not talking about is: What ever happened to Proposition 7? […]

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OnStar Health How May I help you?

March 22, 2010mike Comments Off on OnStar Health How May I help you?

In a recent update on Healthcare.gov the Federal Government in an unprecedented move has COMBINED services as a way to save the taxpayers money. If your are in need of urgent care and would like to take a number for the nearest medical center queue simply press the OnStar button.  The button will automatically send the Federal […]

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Senator Beefcake

January 20, 2010jozef 2 Comments »

Just a brief observation on the recent events in the Senate, as most of the talking points have probably already been published. For those who are unaware: Ted Kennedy passed away and his seat has been won by a Republican. The basics of this story are as follows and the facts are pretty cut-and-dry points […]

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