Friday, April 14, 2006

In other news, audits reveal there is a nose on your face

I like the Post story today reporting that studies have found a lot of waste in the government's Katrina response. Coincidentally, I'm working with some of these groups to conduct my own studies, the results of which are as follows:

1) Christianity revealed as America's prevailing religion.

2) Fire engines is red.

3) No one can seriously differentiate
Gavin DeGraw and Jack Johnson.

4) Tom Cruise may be timing his
personal announcements and subsequent interviews to coordinate with his film releases.

My point here is that it's a big world out there...there's just so much to study! And I, for one -- and the government, for another -- am getting busy studying it. Are YOU?

Washington Post
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2 comments:

Kristina said...

As a State worker in California, I wholeheartedly agree. There is much to study in the govt. sector: observing email in-box capacity, testing online arcade games, and researching pointless topics for the general public. I don't know what I would do without the help of the government.

MSH said...

Yes, isn't it wondrous? I'm shaking my head incredulously at the wonderment of it all.

Thanks for the firsthand testimony...you can't put a price on this stuff. We've accomplished a lot here today, just by being ourselves. And don't let's forget it.