Monthly Archives: September 2016

The First Debate – Trump Kinda Won

There was an interesting take away I got from the debate. Trump talked about how much money the Clinton campaign spent against Trump yet the candidate is tied or ahead in some polls. To listen to mainstream or liberal media, … Continue reading

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Geek Overload

I’m at work a few hours early and I’ve slipped down the geek rabbit hole. I have headphones on listening to a liberal radio talk show (Stephanie Miller show) talking about the upcoming debate. On the work TV they have … Continue reading

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OWS, BLM and the Group-Think Perception

A couple of years ago, before the Black Lives Matter movement, there was the Occupy Wall Street movement. I’m sure a lot of people remember them. The main protesters were in NY and they took over a park. It became … Continue reading

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Friendship, Social Media and Elections

A friend of mine posted something on his Facebook page yesterday. For most of my life, I’ve always assumed all my friends were intelligent, thoughtful people. If the 2016 elections are doing nothing else, they’re slamming home the point that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on 9/11

I remember 15 years ago yesterday very well. I remember the early morning gym class and at 6am hearing about Lindbergh Field being shut down on clunky radio. I remember heading home listening to KFI-AM and the confusion about what … Continue reading

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Finally Letting Go and Starting to Reconstruct That Computer

Yesterday I had a terrible experience with Fry’s Electronics. Both items I purchased from them were defective. As much as I dreaded going into the hot and unusually humid Arizona sun this morning, I packed up the products, took two … Continue reading

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50 Years of Voyages

It’s been 50 years of Star Trek. The show with paper thin boulders, a pointy eared alien and crew members in short skirts and beehives, has become one of the most influential media phenomenon of all time. There are lots … Continue reading

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Dancing with Tears in My Eyes

Real and virtual reality life have been taking up a lot of my time over the past month. I’ve been paying attention to the upcoming election and the scandals of the week popping up in social media, but I haven’t … Continue reading

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