Month: September 2019

  • Keeping my eyes open

    Keeping my eyes open

    Jerry, it appears, wants to go East, away from the US coast. Meanwhile, Karen might decide to come looking for The Manager, after all. It’s still too early to tell. I warned my Puerto Rican friends that she’s coming to visit. I will keep them in my thoughts. ***Strange how, whatever is pushing Jerry East […]

  • Chaffles (revisited)

    So immediately after I put up the “Chaffle” post my wife sends me a couple of pictures of creations I wasn’t aware she has already made *I guess I have been missing out* Here is some Pepperoni Pizza Chaffles: and Chocolatey Cream Cheese Chaffles: ~ Enjoy

  • Chaffles here Chaffles there…

    (There be) Chaffles everywhere Here is a small batch of breakfast sandwiches. While NOT 100% nutritious (notice the cheese slices?) they ARE 100% delicious. ***yummm With many ways to make them, it’s no wonder they are fast becoming so popular! In fact, these: …are Buffalo Chicken (just the Chaffle) no sandwich. Next up… Pickle Chaffles

  • Dr They ***Video (otw)

    Dr They X-Files This scene from The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat is so a-propos to today’s politics, I’m sure it was meant to be that way. Listen to Dr. They explain how what people perceive as the truth is twisted and turned until no one knows or cares about it anymore.

  • from the tv show: WKRP in Cincinnati – Clean Up Radio Everywhere – Video (otw)

    Censorship – kickin it 80’s style Brought to you, in part, from this blog: Imagine

  • Have You Listened To The Mother Who’s Son Helped Kill 12 Children In Columbine

    Have You Listened To The Mother Who’s Son Helped Kill 12 Children In Columbine

    Originally posted on Reality Decoded:
    The Columbine High School massacre was a school shooting that occurred on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School in Columbine, Colorado. The perpetrators were Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. They murdered 12 students and one teacher and then committed suicide. 21 additional people were injured with gunfire. They also…

  • 100 Years Ago Today, This Was The World’s Most Disruptive Technology – The Burning Platform

    Originally posted on MCViewPoint: Submitted by Nick Colas of DataTrek Research Most Disruptive Technology Submitted by Nick Colas of DataTrek Research The history of US consumerism starts with the Sears Roebuck mail order catalog. Yes, the very same Sears that is struggling to emerge from bankruptcy today. But 125 years ago the company was…

  • Dorian ***the worst (here) so far

    With this posting; My intention is NOT to “downgrade” the seriousness, death, or destruction associated with this particular storm; I am only showing my own story. One rotted tree can knock out the power for my house two men and a truck, (with a chainsaw), saved the day

  • Something Wicked This Way Comes (redux)

    UPDATE: Dorian’s arrival: The Latest Imagery tracking the rain and wind

  • My first ever colon inspection

    Here I am, just a few months into my 51st year, and I finally broke down and completed my first colonoscopy. I won’t go into any details about the visit, except to say it wasn’t bad, not at all. *** The result… my doctor removed six polyps – – – all non-cancerous. ***positive thinking works […]