Freighters on the nod on the surface of the bay
One of these days we're going to sail away
Going to sail into eternity
Friday, April 17, 2009
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
I live with my wife’s 98 year old grandmother. Granny and I get along on almost everything with the most notable exception being coffee. She must have her morning coffee made with a Mr. Coffee machine using 1 scoop of (Folgers only) coffee for every 4 cups of water. That’s percolated Kool-Aid folks. At the ripe age of 19, I was the computer geek at a helicopter flight training company. I learned to drink coffee from Korean and Vietnam war pilots. I do not drink percolated Kool-Aid. Coffee promotes well being. Coffee creates additional bonding in early the morning hours. Coffee helps me to get past the numerous nights of Granny calling out to her confused little dog because she has lost him, again. I make my morning savior one cup at a time with a Keurig Platinum B70. While coffee will not promote world peace, it may – perhaps – assist me to cease scheming about the demise of one small dog.
I thank you.
I thank you.
Friday, April 10, 2009
Monday, April 6, 2009
Arctic sea ice works like an air conditioner for the global climate system. Ice naturally cools air and water masses, plays a key role in ocean circulation, and reflects solar radiation back into space. In recent years, Arctic sea ice has been declining at a surprising rate.
Can a brother get an "Oh-Shit"?