Thursday, January 25, 2007

Blog Tax

Madison, WI.(AP) - Gov. Jim Doyle(D-Taxman) has proposed his latest tax increase/ban. In light of the effectiveness of proposed tax increases and public banning of cigarettes, Doyle has announced at least one of his several new ideas to curb dangerous and hazardous behavious.

As we all know, smoking is evil. Blogging, in some of it's purist forms, is equally as evil. Blogging is just as addictive and toxic to it's authors and readers as cigarettes to smokers and non smokers. Because of these detrimental health hazards, amongst other problems, a proposed tax on blogging as well as a proposed public blogging ban has been introduced in hopes of curbing it. A debate, curiously enough, spurred between experts in the blogosphere immediately following the proposal.

As developments occur, DCS will keep you updated. That is, of course, the ban/tax doesn't go into effect before I can.

On a side note, insiders have tipped us off to other bans/taxes that Doyle has in the works. Of a list of many, the following stood out:

Big Macs



Trans Fats

Refined Sugar

Free Thinking






Ping Pong

Playstation 3


We will also keep you updated on developments in these areas.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Happy New Year

Okay, so I am going to post some mindless gibberish just to appease Neo. Let's take a look at the New Years Resolutions of 2006:

1. Overeat - Did that. Check.

2. Exercise Never - Oh Yeah. Check.

3. Smoke Daily - Double yeah. Check.

4. Drink Often - Hell Yeah. Check.

It's funny how priorities change from year to year. Let's take a look at the New Years Resolutions for 2007, shall we?

1. Quit smoking - In the process, on the patch. I will keep you updated on the progress of this. Last year I wasn't so successful. This year, mitigating factors are driving me to achieve this goal.

2. Exercise 3 times a week. - In progress. This goes hand in hand with #1. If I can continue to quit smoking, I can continue to work out(and vice versa). You may catch me at the downtown Y. Try and guess which smart ass I am...

3. Eat healthier - Well, now that I quit smoking, my metabolism will slow down drastically, as it did last time. I don't want to gain weight(in the fat category), so I need to eat healthier. This also goes hand in hand with #s 1 and 2(and vice versa). Today I consumed rabbit food. Rather unsatisfying, but healthier(with the exception of the Italian dressing).

4. Drink weekly - Or daily, whichever. This is an unchanged resolution. One I am sure that I may continue to achieve.

I wish the best of luck to all in the New Year with their lives and resolutions. See my blog weekly for pertinent thoughts and talking points. Politics will be limited now because everyone else in the Cheddarsphere beats the topics to death. What's one more ass whoopin' on my site? I will however skewer car manufacturer's and ethanol on here often.