Do It

If you’re going to do it, do it to the most.

Good Morning & Happy Tuesday,

So Lee Terry won the Straw Poll 111 – 56 over Dan Frei.

Today is Tuesday 04/22/V3.4 & it is Earth Day.

Shane Osborne finished in 1st for US Senate. Pete Ricketts, Jon Bruning, Bryan Slone finished 1, 2, 3. I don’t remember who finished in the Senate Race. This is not an endorsement of any candidate running for Governor or US Senate

The only candidates I have endorsed is Lee, Brian Buescher for Attorney General, Merv Riepe & Gwenn Aspen for Districts 12 & 8.

The word of the day is frivol which is to behave frivolously; trifle.

What’s happening today?

I’ll be in Midtown this afternoon, so hit me up with a call, text, or tweet if you wanna grab a double state of a chemical compound. Yup I just did science before 0700.

I saw rain in tomorrow’s & Thursdays graphic on KMTV Action 3 News. It will be what it is.

So this morning I happen to see a blub about a ride sharing program that is being shutdown by the state. In this case it is the Public Service Commission. I watched the story & did my own research. It didn’t look like the company is actually operating in Omaha yet. It looks like they are recruiting people to work for them.

If it is illegal to recruit people to work for you, then it is time to change the law. I don’t stand for government overreach, I also don’t stand for breaking the law.

There’s a kicker for this story. The public service commission is having a meeting to raise the rates of taxi fares. Cease & desist potential competition & raise rates. I just looked on the agenda it doesn’t have the item stated.

Do an Internet search & find out more.

I’m out for now.

Quotes from the World for April 22nd

There are only two or three human stories, and they go on repeating themselves as fiercely as if they had never happened before; like the larks in this country, that have been singing the same five notes over for thousands of years.

Willa Cather
Willa Cather (1873–1947), U.S. novelist. Carl Linstrum, in O Pioneers! Part II, ch. IV (1913).