No news is good news

So I’ve got a little experiment going on. I’ve cut myself off from TV news. It’s only been a couple of days but my little bubble of a world feels much better now. I’ve decided I really don’t need to know anything. The less I know the less angry I am. You know there was a time when everyone laughed at the village idiot, little did they know he was the one who had it all figured out.

Ok somewhat more seriously, I still check online and scan for anything that might affect me, like the weather or killer asteroids and of course Zombies. Well maybe there is one more thing…

Naked girls plow fields for rain

(Reuters) – Farmers in an eastern Indian state have asked their unmarried daughters to plow parched fields naked in a bid to embarrass the weather gods to bring some badly needed monsoon rain, officials said on Thursday.

I was kind of hoping for a better picture though. 

Plan for next week

So what is up for this coming week? Well I’ll be in a Security + class all week and hope to take the ITIL exams as soon as I can get it scheduled. I’m sure it will be full of excitement and adventure. 😉 Actually it’s not bad. It gets me out of the house.

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Loads of fun

I’m currently in an ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) Certification class.  It rates right up there with watching paint dry.  Today is the last day of class and tomorrow is Thanksgiving so its not all bad.

It’s just too darn complicated

Folks I know your wondering, how is it that nobody knows who changed the CIA talking points.  I mean the FBI can track down emails under false names for mistresses connected to multiple US Generals but can’t figure out who changed talking points the were advocated by the US Ambassador to the UN to the world on the Benghazi attack

Well, it’s just to darn complicated to track.  It’s that simple.  I mean the administration has no idea who made the changes and they were just putting out what the head of the United States of America knew at the time.  President David Patraeus just had his UN Ambassador follow the information. Wait, that’s not right Patraeus isn’t President.  See what I mean it’s just so confusing. 

What I meant was the Obama administrations is just so tired from the election process that they thought they were changing a few administrative details in a report that only the originator should be able to change,  wait that’s going the wrong direction also. 

Oh hell lets all just forget about this little incident.  I mean, heck it was just a bump in the road.  Besides, following the trail from the CIA to the administration is a tough process.  The PowerPoint presentation was probably sent to the Admin in disappearing ink on the back of a donkey.  It’s really not anyone’s fault.