Sunday, September 28, 2008

My Other Blog

I mentioned this below, but I want to highlight the fact that we've added a NEW BLOG to our website, ""

Please visit, comment, and tell folks that might be interested in this very controversial and interesting topic (Freud was a serial killer).

Passion For Murder- The Blog


Wednesday, September 24, 2008

At long last, the house has been painted!

The garage doors with red trim

View from the east

View from the south

I've been toiling on this thing since early July! I finished just a few days ago. I sure hope this paint job lasts 10 years or more...

I call the new color "Curry" but I've heard it called "Baby Poo". I prefer "Curry" : )

Saturday, September 20, 2008 Updated!

My Uncle Butch and I are very excited about our latest update to our website, Passion For Murder.

We have a new, cleaner, easier-to-read look, added content, but we're mostly excited about our new blog, where Butch will journal about his latest research into Sigmund Freud and his homicidal deeds and the conspiracy to cover Freud's tracks.

We will have the book ready for purchase soon. I have a proof copy, and it looks very good and seems to be very well made. Compared to my old, worn out and faded original copy, this one really shines! Whether we sell any books or not, we are excited to get the word out about Sigmund Freud via our website. Please help spread the word for us!

Monday, September 8, 2008

Iraq War Continues to Wind Down

I was wondering about the latest casualties in Iraq, and I found that CNN keeps track

In August, 2008 there were a total of 23 US casualties in Iraq, only 14 of which were combat-related.

So far in September, 2008, (as of 9/8/2008) there has only been 1 US casualty and that was not combat-related.

UPDATE (9/15/2008). There have only been 2 US combat-related casualties in the first half of September 2008.

Update (10/1/2008). There were 23 US fatalities in Iraq in September. 6 were combat related fatalities and 17 were non-combat fatalities.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Headline News

I wonder- was Barrack's first year at anything (Community Organizer, State Senator, US Senator) turbulent?

Read the Seattle Times story