- Take a challenge or post a challenge to reduce your carbon footprint.
- Opt out of the catalogs that you don't want/need.
Tonight I am boxing up the Mac and shipping it off to its new home. I have never quite forgiven it for dying on me last month, so I have sold it on Ebay. I feel very good about my decision, and have already used the money to buy a non-Apple laptop that will arrive the day before Thanksgiving. If you put that together I will be sans computer until then, so won't be quite so Johnny-on-the-spot with email. Bon Voyage Mac.
Posted by Court at 6:36 PM
Adding together the $170 billion that the Treasury Department has currently agreed to provide banks in additional capital, the $150 billion that the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve are providing to AIG and the $2 trillion that the Federal Reserve has provided banks in emergency loans brings the total assistance to $2.32 trillion.
If the estimated savings from the new tax breaks are included, the assistance would climb to $2.46 trillion. That total does not include other measures not focused directly on banks, such as Treasury Department's $200 billion in support for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and the Federal Housing Administration's $300 billion HOPE for Homeowners program.
Posted by Caleb at 9:09 AM
I have to take it back. They explained the whole bench thing on Saturday night. Apparently, the Tech kids all stand on the stadium benches. When they all start jumping up and down and what not the benches break. So when a bench breaks they simply pass it out of the way. Makes sense. So I apologize (yes, I know how to spell it).
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