Been dealing with insurance bullsh*ttery all day…

…and it’s not even my insurance bullsh*ttery.  A friend of the family is stuck playing quick-relocation (parental health issue) from Louisiana to West Virginia, and trying to help her at one remove has been a household stress generator for the last couple of days. She’s great, it’s everybody else that’s being the problem, starting with the insurers and going on from there.

I think that everything is situated at the moment and we can get on with our Spring Break plans, but it was a bit complicated for a bit, there.  Not to mention, disrupting my schedule and generally sunny attitude for a while. Hopefully, I failed to actually bite any heads off.


#rsrh WaPo/Plame: Man Bites Dog.

I mean, I knew right from the start that the movie that they made about Joe Wilson/Valerie Plame was going to be errant nonsense, but it’s a bit of a shock for the Washington Post to use up valuable editorial space to declare shenanigans.  After casually eviscerating the central premise and main narration of the movie, the WaPo forthrightly – and very accurately – calls Joe Wilson a lying suckweasel (I paraphrase):

Hollywood has a habit of making movies about historical events without regard for the truth; “Fair Game” is just one more example. But the film’s reception illustrates a more troubling trend of political debates in Washington in which established facts are willfully ignored. Mr. Wilson claimed that he had proved that Mr. Bush deliberately twisted the truth about Iraq, and he was eagerly embraced by those who insist the former president lied the country into a war. Though it was long ago established that Mr. Wilson himself was not telling the truth – not about his mission to Niger and not about his wife – the myth endures. We’ll join the former president in hoping that future historians get it right.

(Via Hot Air Headlines) The truly tragic bit? I’m almost certain that there will be almost no explosions, automatic weapons fire combined with a car chase, and/or catsuits involved in the film.  That might have made the silly thing watchable.

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