Thursday, April 1, 2010

A weird long, week

So, I went to D.C. for my first Seder, learned the joys of matzoh, had a re-blogged post about Kate Gosselin atop the HuffPo's Entertainment section and this post about insurance company regulation hit near the top of Google News and generally worked my butt off like I don't know how to take a vacation. Maybe I don't.

But, if you're wondering what I've been up to:

Dancing With The Stars
Dancing With The Stars Recap: Week 2, Performance
Dancing with the Stars Recap: Week 2 Results
Why No One Can Hate Kate More Than She Hates Herself

KBR Says Jamie Leigh Jones Was Asking For It

The Gloss
Bitch, Please: Show You've Got Nothing But Love For Your Family

The Washington Independent
(This was actually my last week blogging for them, as they hired some great full-time people)
Unemployment Predictions Highlight the Need for Investment in Job Training
Adjustable Rate Mortgages Won’t Be a Big Problem This Year
This Month’s Economic Update: Inflation Up, Income Holds
Administration Sends Housing Assistance to Five More States
Geithner Offers Irrelevant Solution to Coming Commercial Real Estate Crisis
Judge Overturns Corporate Patent on Human DNA
Palin Left Alaska With Debts Equal to 70 Percent of Its GDP
Private Sector Lost 23,000 Jobs in March
10 Ways Insurance Companies Will Get Out of Reforming
Agency Admits Economic Stability and Consumer Protection Not Mutually Exclusive

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