Category Archives: Our Society

The Trumps, After the Fall

Donald Trump is listening to Congress on C-SPAN. “The House votes to impeach.” DT–  Screw this, I won’t resign.  I am not a crook!  Besides, I have to give Alaska to Russia or Putin will have my ass. Ivanka– Daddy, … Continue reading

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Stuff We Never Think About

• When King Kong was in New York City, what did they do with his poop? • If Febreze gets out odors, then why doesn’t it get out its own odor? • I wonder how many dogs hear their owners … Continue reading

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Astrology, The Drinking Game

There are only a few real holidays. Thanksgiving, Veterans and Memorial Days, Martin Luther King Day, Independence Day… and Groundhog Day. Did you ever see the movie Groundhog Day?  There was a great quote from it: “This is one time … Continue reading

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Approaching Pluto

On July 8th, 2015 NASA released this photo taken of Pluto from the spacecraft named New Horizons on the previous day.  (As an update to this post, a sharper photo taken days later during the Pluto Flyby is posted below).  At … Continue reading

Posted in Our Society, Science & Nature

The Sport of Golf? A Few Suggested Tweaks

I love how golfers pretend that they are athletes. Sure, they talk a good shtick about their frustrations and tribulations, but then they travel around the golf course in carts. When they get to their ball, which is resting on freshly cut … Continue reading

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8 / 7 Central – C’mon Central Time, Just Be Yourself

I saw a commercial the other day for a TV show and it stated that the show starts at 8 / 7 Central. So everyone sees the show at 8 except for the Central Time people who essentially see the … Continue reading

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Creative Use of Technology

Scientists are working on developing teleportation, the idea from Star Trek where people can be “beamed” from the spaceship to the planet surface or anywhere else. Instead of sitting in traffic, you could avoid it all and beam yourself to work. … Continue reading

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