|You gotta love this guy.|
So with Good Hater published*, now is the time to find all the mistakes. While removing the page numbers from the table of contents** I somehow managed to delete the heading of the introduction, so you jump right from the TOC into the text. Not a big deal, and I'll update it in a week or so. At least I caught the "1959" that should have been "1859" in the caption of the very first picture.
Charlie Rangel looks and talks a lot like my grandfather. It's creepy.
The Wall Street Journal asketh, "What's the point of electing Republicans like Mr. Rehberg if they're going to vote like Democrats and block reform in the 113th Congress?" WSJ could promote conservation of electrons by replacing the phrase "like Mr. Rehberg if " with "since." I doubt the party that is re-electing Orrin Hatch to the Senate as they have since the Vikings' last Super Bowl appearance*** is particularly interested in reform. The best we can hope for is partisan bickering.
Bloomberg notes that, "The benefits of aviation rules are calculated primarily on how many deaths they may prevent, so the safest decade in modern airline history is making it harder to justify the cost of new requirements." Only in government could the absence of a problem be considered a problem.
* and with a fan page, to boot!
** I still have chapters and chapter titles, but Kindle books don't have a set number of pages, nor do they have page numbers. So numbers in the table of contents are as useful as tits on a bull.
*** "What do you call a Senator who’s served in office for 18 years? You call him home." - Orrin Hatch, in his first Senate race, in 1976. To be fair, he has not been in the senate for 18 years, but for 35.