Monthly Archives: July 2008

The Race Card and the Victim Card

Isn’t it interesting how Barack Hussein Obama repeatedly plays the race card? Here’s a direct quote from Obama: “What they’re saying is ‘Well, we know we’re not very good but you can’t risk electing Obama. You know, he’s new, he … Continue reading

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About All These Bicyclists…

An observation about bicyclists: They have a hobby that annoys the uninvolved. I live on a farm to market road in rural East Texas. I have on many occasions been delayed in traveling due to clumps of bicyclists who are … Continue reading

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Nifty Photo of the Day

From Nasa Images website: what a solar eclipse looks like, from space: -Popgun

Posted in Science

Motorcycle Update – 800 miles

Yesterday, when I got ready to leave work, the battery was nearly dead on my Suzuki DR650SE. Many motorcycles have an ignition key position that locks the handlebars to one side or the other, to make the bike difficult to … Continue reading

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You Should Read These Stories…

These are testimonies of survivors of the atomic bombs dropped on Japan in World War II. Way back in high school I had read a book written by survivors, and I was looking online for that old book, when I … Continue reading

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I had a great time with my 3 year old grand-daughter a couple of days ago. I got home from work, and she was there, so I got down on the floor with her and we started stacking blocks. She’s … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Memories, Personal, Religion

Motorcycle Update – 650 miles

The Suzuki DR650 is continuing to perform as advertised. As I have gone through break-in and started applying a bit more throttle, gas mileage has dropped to around 48 mpg, the last hundred miles or so. Picked up my license … Continue reading

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