I spend most Saturdays (weather allowing) at my screened porch, when I'm not doing chores. I was reading Robert Bidinotto's latest thriller, Winner Takes All, when Juliette asked if I could fill in for her today, so here I am, posting from the porch. It's a beautiful, quiet, warm (80F, 49% humidity) and sunny day … Continue reading Winner Takes All from my porch
Search engines are amazing. In Fifth Grade I had to write a paper on fireworks, and I remember digging through the local library's index cards, finding the section in the Dewey Decimal system that I cared about, finding those books, and then reading them to get enough information to write the paper. By the time … Continue reading But what did Google tell you to think?
This week, President Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Governments around the world were quick to condemn the unilateral decision, with Saudi Arabia particularly vehement in its criticism of the "unjustified and irresponsible" move. The fear is that the decision threatens to undermine the Peace Process between Israel and Palestine, and that this … Continue reading The World Condemns Trump For Exacerbating Conflicts, But They Are Good For The American Economy
As I mentioned in yesterdays lead post despite a great month for traffic we not only had a horrible month at DaTipJar but we are a full $15K shy of our annual goal this year, so when I got a change to pick up an extra shift of overtime even though it would make 8 … Continue reading NeverTrump’s Crash From Watergate the 2nd to Fitzmas the 2nd in One Eight Hour Shift