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Last Day of Little Boy

385557_2826010459524_1312879305_nIt’s a rather significant day, as Ben has his last day of being a little boy. From here on out, it’s school and work. Or both.

Dave got two new books that he started reading yesterday. In them, he found some concepts about the way the Government functions that should have our teeth set on edge. There once was a time when the Government didn’t feel like it could do certain things without our permission. So what changed, and why?

The GOP is letting the media pick its candidate for 2016… again. The FOX News Debate tomorrow night is just more of that same thing. Why can’t the GOP embrace social media and start selling itself instead of letting the Networks decide who it is and who will represent them in the election? And the debate tomorrow will be all Trump all the time, with Trump winning the debate by a landside.

Modesto is – once again – concerned about the homeless problem. Luckliy there is Measure G which will solve the problem and make every day a sunny and rainbow filled one here in the Central Valley. The real issue is that nobody wants to do what it would actually take to solve the real problem, which isn’t that homeless people don’t have homes. It’s misplaced compassion.

All on the last day of little boy…

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Dave’s knee surgery adventure isn’t going as smoothly as he had planned. Mostly because it turns out that Insurance Companies are servants of the Devil.

414G-s9q53L._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_Dave talks with David Forsyth, the author of several books, including The Sovereign Spirit Saga, a Zombie apocalypse story, The Sedulity Saga, about a Cruise Ship caught at sea during an asteroid impact, and The Florida Files, including Retribution and the brand new “Submerged In The World of Wool,” which is set in the famed “World of Wool.” You can get the all of the books on Amazon. It is a look at not just some great stories, but how the world of independent publishing has changed the landscape for authors around the world.

Mayor Anthony Silva has had an epiphany. It’s almost as if he’s been listening to what Dave has been saying about homelessness for the last 25 years.

Moody’s has given the Modesto Water Enterprise Fund a “negative outlook” rating. Why? Because Modestoons are saving too much water and it’s costing the City money. Oddly enough, under general accounting rules, enterprise funds can be subsidized from the City’s General Fund if need be. Even stranger, Der Mayor is pushing hard for a “public safety” tax, which will not go to public safety but to the General Fund. How weird is that?Download 150x150

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