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  • 6th Sense

    I greatly dislike the movie “The Sixth Sense” with Bruce Willis along with the ideas from Physics describing a multiverse. Over the last decade I’ve come close to loosing my life a few times — always over stupid silly things,… Read More ›

  • Flat Lines

    One of my first patents, while I am not listed as the sole inventor I did significantly contribute to the technology. Back in 1998 when I was working on this stuff I was worried that one day it could be… Read More ›

  • Pick Me — Girls

    Instagram is a source of scammers and my name is on a list. It isn’t a “no fly list,” its a list of people looking for a “serious relationship.” Almost daily I’m followed by some chick that eventually lands me… Read More ›

  • A/B Testing

    Hola is spanish for Hello. I walked around los vegas people watching. I do this in many places, watching people. I’ve learned how to watch objectively. Do you live in a city or the countryside? I live in between the… Read More ›

  • Passes-Dangereuses

    I have followers, not the kind I’d bring to the parents, but followers nonetheless. I’ve asked my friends if they have these kinds of experiences and if you do, please drop me a note, say hi and tell me your… Read More ›

  • Not a Burning Image

    I didn’t stop and take the photo, I wanted to, but I knew the story so I did not stop; I couldn’t help. It was a picture of a boy and his dog along the side of the highway. He… Read More ›

  • Misjudgements

    I’ve spent the last several months of my life perplexed by online interactions. Having lots of time to ponder networks of information I’ve decided to spent the next few posts sending all this confusion back into the ether. I loved… Read More ›

  • Finding Peace of Mind

    I do live differently than most of the people I know. I run my own companies, find comfort in nature and am unafraid of living my life. I’ve been looking for a path to fly in air shows. Folks tell… Read More ›

  • Skipper’s Cigar Bodega

    [continued from Oshkosh] After a full day of working on the flight line, moving jets in inappropriate clothing. I took the long walk home. Most of the WarBirds volunteers camp nearby but my camp was miles away. I hitched rides… Read More ›

  • Oshkosh

    I’d been having a hard time leaving the Richmond Rod and Gun Club. I couldn’t understand why they decided to bully me around town. Deciding that if so many of my “friends” wanted me out, then they weren’t friends. Such… Read More ›