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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Fox News: A trillion-dollar coin to solve the debt ceiling?

This is no joke. According to the article; a tiny section in the U.S. code that allows the Treasury secretary to "mint and issue platinum bullion coins and proof platinum coins" of a size and denomination of "the secretary's discretion".

The secretary of Treasury at our house was hoping to finally be able to put that Monopoly money to good use. Unfortunately, that money doesn't come in coins. And another dream went up in smoke.

CNN: Netflix, Time Warner strike new content deal.
The competition is stiff and it is tough keeping your head above water. I don't know how this deal is going to shake out, but I do hope that their clients are equally as content with it as those who struck it. Time (Warner) will tell.

CNN: Ticker: Clinton's back -- with a helmet.
The presentation of the helmet was all done in good fun and to entice a laugh or two. No one really believes she is going to use it. I don't even think she really needs it. She has and is a hard-head by nature.

Yahoo!: Woman in hot water over her pets.
I wonder if she would have been in the same position if it concerned 101 Dalmatians, instead of 40 piglets. Those cute, black and white spotted piggies she has in her house have to go, because the homeowners association will not allow her to keep them. It would appear that she is the underdog here.

ABC: McCain Calls Google 'Useful Idiots'.
I can't help it, but a quote from the movie 'Bambi' comes to mind; "If you can't say something nice... don't say anything at all". What McCain doesn't realize is that at least those Google 'idiots' are useful, unlike.... Uh oh, I think it's time for me to shut up!



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