A few blog posts caught my eye today.
Zercool informs us of another weird, wacky California regulation: a warning label he found printed on a piece of plywood.
My immediate reaction was "YGTBSM": but this is California, after all, where the flower kids roam, and the hippies and moonbats all play . . . Next thing, I guess, is for that State to ban sawmills, on the grounds that they produce toxic waste!
Taxprof Blog informs us of an article in the Wall Street Journal, providing a useful list of documents we need to put together (for our loved ones) before we die. A sampler:
- Marriage license
- Divorce papers
- Personal and family medical history
- Durable health care power of attorney
- Authorization to release health care information
- Living will
- Do-not-resuscitate order
- Housing, land, and cemetery deeds
- Escrow mortgage amounts
- Proof of loans made and debts owed
There's more at the link. Interesting and useful information.
Finally, Dustbury, in a post entitled (inevitably!) 'Blue Screen of Defecation', riffs on the news that Bill Gates wants to re-invent the toilet.
Top Ten ways a Bill Gates-designed toilet would be different:
10. Occasionally crashes for no discernible reason.
9. Every week it seems a little heavier.
8. Changing the flapper requires remote reactivation.
The rest of the countdown is at the link. Good for a laugh!