Monthly Archives: August 2019

Hit and Run

This morning I was in a horrible hit and run traffic accident. I was sitting at a stop sign waiting for a hole in traffic to turn right when this guy(probably drunk) T-bones my truck, backs up, and then cruises … Continue reading

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Locke it up

Just a quick reminder, for those who forgot… August the 29th is the birthday of British philosopher John Locke, born in Wrington, Somerset, England in the year 1632. Despite the perceived obscurity, I feel THIS IS something you should care … Continue reading

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Achievement unlocked

So I went to Portland to visit my sister and explore the idea of living there. All it takes is money, which means a job NOT of the Robot Farm, so I am exploring that too. So I land on … Continue reading

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Make me one with everything.

I am taking a break from my break to break this down for you. Finding a dark relatively quiet place to meditate for 15 minutes at work is doing wonders for my mental health, but it is playing havoc with … Continue reading

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Have you seen my mind anywhere?

I had a dream the other day… I did a lot of not getting out of bed for “reasons” this past weekend but at least the time spent unconscious was time well spent. That is the like I like to … Continue reading

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Positronic thoughts

I have a lovely long story for you today that once again demonstrates how almost everything important in the 21st century has its roots in the 19th. Physicists began speculating in the late 19th century that there may exist particles … Continue reading

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