Wednesday, January 04, 2012

RocketBallz as a New Force of Innovation? That's Golf. Really.

For all golfers out there.

RocketBallz as One of the New Forces of Golf Innovation?

That's What is Claimed by TaylorMade.


We can't help but think that this will start a new trend....

Each to His Own Devices: Roger Cohen Sings the Praises of Volkswagen and their BlackBerry Blackouts

Each to his own Vices and Devices?

Roger Cohen has a pertinent op-ed on the destructive effect of modern electronic devices in

A Time to Tune Out -

Presidential Wannabes, Penn Hills, Innovation and the Internet Bandwidth Issue: Is the G.O.P. Missing the Boat? Thomas L. Friedman at the New York Times Thinks So

One-two in Iowa,
Mitt Romney and "Rooster" Santorum, a Dickinson School of Law J.D.
- as the Rooster finally gives something for Penn State fans to cheer about,

but who really won in the Republican Party Iowa caucuses
where Romney edged Santorum by a virtually insignificant 8 votes?

The actual emerging winner could be Barack Obama, as the Republicans are simply too splintered in their various unnecessarily fanatic factions.

UNITY, not division, are what is required.

More importantly, are the Republican Party candidates discussing issues of yesteryear,
rather than the issues that are truly relevant for the future of the country tomorrow?

Take a look at Thomas L. Friedman at the New York Times and his op-ed on the Iowa G.O.P. presidential candidate debates in So Much Fun. So Irrelevant.

Friedman has hit an important nerve in writing:
"I just don’t remember any candidate being asked in those really entertaining G.O.P. debates: “How do you think smart cities can become the job engines of the future, and what is your plan to ensure that America has a strategic bandwidth advantage?”"
Is the Republican Party living too much in the past? and concentrating far too much on "fringe" political issues of interest only to fringe G.O.P. minorities?

We ask those questions as a political centrist
-- and we are the people who decide these elections.

By the way, Santorum claims to live in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, where inter alia the LawPundit sold Fuller Brush products to the suburban residents during his days as a college student in the summer of 1966.

Well done, Rick Santorum, for Penn Hills is a nice town,
if only your residence there was actually true.

How can you run as a straight and true candidate who is not straight and true?

Hat tip to CaryGEE.

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