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Monthly Archives: April 2017
Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, I was in college. One spring quarter — we had quarters back then, none of this semester silliness — I took an introductory music theory class taught by Vern Sutton. (Tragically, his Wikipedia entry … Continue reading
I got a new car yesterday, a 2017 Nissan Rogue AWD. We had been new-car shopping on and off for several weeks, and yesterday we did the deed. It has every bell and whistle known to man, or at least … Continue reading
I follow several Tumblr blogs that are written by, I surmise, twenty-somethings. Their overriding emotional tenor seems to be one of despair: life is too hard, they have no money, it’s too hard, their job sucks, life is awful, etc., etc., etc. … Continue reading
He was right, but not for the reason he thought. See the lopapeysa in its natural habitat!
Who knew sexing chicks could be such a worthwhile topic of discussion? * * * * * Smokey recently bought some heirloom navel oranges. omg, the flavor! Plus, the pulp is insignificant. Apparently, when breeders concentrated on making oranges easier to … Continue reading