-- The Washington state legislature wants to be the first (among many) to compel the US House of Representatives to begin impeachment proceedings. Against both the president and vice-president.
-- I had the luxury of watching some college baseball in Houston this weekend; specifically the tops-in-the-nation-ranked Rice Owls and the #5- ranked Vanderbilt Commodores. Suffice it to say that the Owls won't be ranked #1 again for some time. The Houston Press has a great story on everybody's All-American, Joe Savery.
-- "Why is Texas red???" I don't think it will continue to be much longer.
-- A special linky-dink for my regular commenter Bev. The de-geeked version (and yes, Bev and I are mad geeky about this) is: a vendor shill who gets to write voting system standards for the whole damn country -- with the EAC's blessing, of course -- is being investigated by the IEEE because some of the good guys, who are also IEEE members, wrote to them and complained. If the bad guys are sacked, there will likely be less opposition to e-voting standards that require simplified and standardized audit ability, reliability and that sort of thing.
More later today on what Texas Democrats are doing about their DREs.
-- apologies to James Blunt, but I agree with Weird Al that he's pitiful:
Never had a date
That ya couldn't inflate
And ya smell repulsive too
What a bummer bein' you
Well ya just can't dance
And forget romance
Everybody you know still calls ya
But you always have a job well I mean
As long as you still can work that Slurpie machine