Monthly Archives: November 2012

Administrative Announcment

I wanted to let all my readers know that I’ve disabled the WordPress comments section. I’m getting a lot of hits lately, which is a very good thing, but along with legitimate readers, I’m also getting a lot spammers. So instead of constantly watching the comment queue and manually keeping track of things, I’ve decided to let […]

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Thanksgiving with The Homegrown Revival

Austin’s a bit of an odd duck. According to the 2010 Census, young people make up a large part of the Austin population. Roughly 39.9% of Austin residents are between the ages of 20-40. And not only are they young, but they’re also displaced. Between 2000 and 2012, Austin has grown by nearly 200,000 people. […]

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Forget Delphi. Nate Silver’s in the House

Obviously, I’m thrilled about the election results. Obama’s clear victory meant that most of the electorate looked beyond the various attacks and saw that Obama would probably be better for our country. Definitely makes me happy. But that’s not why I’m writing this post. As elated as I am about President Obama’s resounding victory over […]

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