Sunday, January 22, 2017

Rioters in Trouble

1/21/17 CBS News reports Inaugural rioters are facing felony charges with up to 10-year sentences.  A bit more serious than most were expecting, I'm sure.  There are consequences to this behavior and it isn't participation trophies.

Picture Stitcher

HP used to give away a really neat program with their digital cameras that stitched pictures together to create panorama pictures.  At some point they dropped this feature.  I miss it.  But I found an open source program called Hugin that does a decent job.  It takes a bit of learning to figure out how to export the image.
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Winter Sucks

As I confront the misery of this winter, I think back to previous springs:

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Entertaining Video About Deranged Progressive Reactions

Trustafarian Anarchists Complain About Too Much Governments

1/20/17 KGW  The spoiled rich kid anarchists are upset because Trump is going to reduce governmental power and here they are complaining how harshly the police (you know, government employees) treated them for breaking the law.

Just Words So Far...

But the right words.1/20/17 Daily Mail:
President Trump's Obamacare order directs every government agency that implements or enforces the 'Obamacare' law to grant waivers, deferments, exemptions and delays in order to minimize or eliminate any costs associated with implementing Obama's signature medical insurance scheme.
It also orders agencies to bend over backwards in order to 'provide greater flexibility to States and cooperate with them in implementing healthcare programs.'
And in a nod to Trump's oft-stated goal of erasing geographic boundaries that established state-specific monopolies for insurers, his order requires federal agencies to 'encourage the development of a free and open market in interstate commerce for the offering of healthcare services and health insurance, with the goal of achieving and preserving maximum options for patients and consumers.'

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The state boundary limitations on health insurance certainly drive up insurance costs.