Just got back from Florida last night and I’m off to Michigan to lecture on the evils of mental health parity legislation. Then on Wednesday it’s California… and my high school reunion on Saturday night. Blogging will be nonexistent until Thursday morning, and light until next Monday. Please don’t abandon me, though! I’ve worked hard for you, my reader, and I’d appreciate it if you would continue to visit regularly upon my return.
Monthly Archives for September 2002.
Despite financial uncertainty in the airline industry, a pretty good piece by Michael Conlon suggests that your miles are safe.
Todd Zywicki exposes hypocrisy of protestors who call themselves anarchists but agitate for more government regulation of the things they don’t like. They ain’t no anarchists!
Enter to win 50,000 Delta or United Frequent Flyer miles from E-Loan.
Tony Woodlief asks, “how do you suppose airlines reconcile the belief that passengers need instruction in seatbelt fastening with the belief that we care about the current altitude, visibility, and aircraft windspeed?”
Their turn-ons are long walks on the beach, candlelit dinners and free-market economies. Yes, the Libertarian party has some righteous BABES! Meet them in the calendar. (Link via Damon Chetson.)
Would you pay $1000 to change red lights to green?
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is talking about redefining the kilogram. See also this story.
A very good thing. Wired reports that file-sharing service Kazaa has successfully evaded the recording industry’s attempts to shut it down by setting up operations in multiple jurisdictions around the globe.
Own an Enron Paper Shredder.