Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rick Perry Does Not Believe in California

Because I care about Texas, and you, I watched and listened to this interview featuring Rick Perry talking about his belief that a projected $10-11B (that billion with a B, and that is Perry’s estimate, considered to be low) is … Continue reading

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Random Friday Thoughts

So much to do, so little motivation. Allow me to share what is bouncing around in my head at the moment: I was disappointed (mildly) to realize that Magnum, P.I. is no longer being broadcast on channel 55 in the … Continue reading

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Let’s Show The World How Houston Does It (Again)

Recall the news from late 2006: The Aga Khan Foundation purchased land on the southeast corner of Allen Parkway at Montrose. According to HCAD, they still own the property, and while I’m sure their plans have been delayed for the … Continue reading

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