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I learned a lot this past weekend.
I bonded with my car. I found out why the Park Service and Louis Farrakhan wouldn't date each other if they were each the last underfunded Federal agency and deluded megalomaniac on earth (which, sadly, they're not).
I found out that I'm just as qualified to cover politics as I am to cover money. Pretty much the same beat, in fact.
But I also learned a lot about honor. About valor. About other words that everyone except an American would spell with a 'u.' I learned that there is no 'I' in Restoring Honor, no 'me' in Reclaiming the Dream, unless you do anagrams.
I also learned I could repost.
I am le tired today. And I've lately met a whole mess of lovely people over on Open Salon, which is basically like making friends in Deadwood. So, for old times' sake and for the delight of my new readers, I thought it'd be fun to revisit this blarticle from May.
And by 'fun,' I mean, for me.
Coupons We'd Like to See
Let's face it. Couponing is not cool.
How else to explain the awful interfaces, shameless come-ons, and total lack of design mojo at most perfectly bona fide couponing sites like CouponMom, Coupon Queen, Red Plum, and the like?
Though you'll do a little better, coolnesswise, at sites like Groupon and Living Social, these are sites built for people who (unlike me) actually go out and see people after 6 p.m., so they really don't count.
After my first couple of months of playing by the rules, I started hankering after the real deals. Things like
And now that we've browsed the bargains, it's time to declare A MORATORIUM ON USE OF CAPS KEY AND EXCLAMATION POINTS!!!
Get back to work, slackers.
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