Saturday, April 12, 2008

Short Takes

– The Tigers beat the White Sox last night.

Cubans can now buy the homes they’ve been renting from the government.

– Another shining example of how the Florida legislature is taking care of the really important issues that face the state today.

– Bush approved of the high-level meetings at the White House that discussed “enhanced interrogation.” Of course he did.

– Another airline in trouble.

– It’s the Frontier Days Antique Car Show today in Homestead, Florida from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free to the public, but if you have an antique or classic car (1983 or older) vehicle, it’s $25 registration, which gets you a goodie bag of cool stuff and a chance for a trophy.

1939 LaSalle

See you there.