Angry Birds-I heard something about a game?
Everyone who knows just a little about bees knows that we would be in a World of shit without them. There would be serious problems and there are serious concerns about the health of bees and bee colonies Worldwide. Colony Collapse Disorder(CCD) is a real thing and there’s good reason to be scared and not… Continue reading Supermarket Without Bees: The Produce Section Without Pollinators
“The word ‘ivory’ rang through the air, was whispered, was sighed. you would think they were praying to it. A taint of imbecile rapacity blew through it all, like a whiff from some corpse.” — Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness It’s bad for the elephants and every year the situation worsens for the African elephant.… Continue reading Elephant Extinction if Beijing does Not Ban Ivory Trade
Two Tramps in Mud Time — Robert Frost Out of the mud two strangers came And caught me splitting wood in the yard, And one of them put me off my aim By hailing cheerily “Hit them hard!” I knew pretty well why he had dropped behind And let the other go on a way.… Continue reading Two Tramps in Mud Time
In honor of that day, June 14th, 1775 the founding of the Continental Army and the service of so many of my family members I thought I would do a visual salute to the United States Army. So in honor of my Dad who was in on the front lines facing the Russians in Germany… Continue reading US Army 238 Years Old Today
An hour long documentary Entertaining Vietnam. Entertainers who didn’t perform at the large base or with the Bob hope tour but those who went to the small out of the way forward bases and more dangerous areas of South Vietnam. A very different look and a unique story well told. Anyone interested in the Vietnam… Continue reading Vitenam: A Different Story
Girls, Donuts and a Scion tooling around on National Donut Day. June 7th, 2013
. First Wave at Omaha Beach WHEN HE WAS PROMOTED TO OFFICER RANK AT EIGHTEEN, S. L. A. MARSHALL WAS THE YOUNGEST SHAVETAIL IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY DURING WORLD WAR I. HE REJOINED THE ARMY IN 1942, BECAME A COMBAT HISTORIAN WITH THE RANK OF COLONEL; AND THE NOTES HE MADE AT THE TIME… Continue reading June 6th, 1944 We Remember