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A nice thing about a flight to and from the other side of the planet is that you have time to read. So I managed to finish-up with George R.
When I saw that the FFRF’s 41st National Convention was going to be in California again (2014 was in Los Angeles), I made plans to head to Perth afterward. I
Two posts in a single day is odd for me. But I have catching up to do! Here is the link to my Flickr album for the San Francisco &
This post is long overdue thanks to the hacking / malware issues. The blog got fixed and then it broke again. I fear that it may break yet again. But
So what the bleeding fuck happened between November 26 and today? I wrote that I would write about the FFRF National Convention and the rest of my vacation. That was
November 2018 is nearly gone and I haven’t posted anything. As previously mentioned, I was on vacation and I arrived back in Canada on Friday. With a cold that I
I opened the box for the Great Wall Of China Lego Architecture set well over a week ago. The box sat on my table in that forlorn state until yesterday.
I have been a Flickr Pro user since January 2006. Nearly 13 years now. It has been a great value for my money. A Pro membership was $20 per year.
I don’t want October to fade out without making a single post. However, things have been a bit quiet in my world. Work is still dragging me down; but that
Many months ago, one of the highly-respected denizens of the KelbyOne Community had commented that my photos appeared too dark to him. He uses a calibrated monitor and definitely knows
After a very long development hiatus, Stephen Schmitt is back to seriously developing World Machine. He has opted to stop using version numbers in favour of naming the releases. I
Yesterday, after clicking my personal odometer up a notch, I went on a photowalk. It was a short one but I wanted to try out a few things. Yours Truly
16,801 days ago, Garstor was sent to this world. He still has no idea why…if you have any ideas, let him know…he could use them.
The Labour Day weekend traditionally marks the end of the Canadian National Exhibition – known locally as The Ex. It also means the Canadian International Air Show plays out over
Here is hoping that with the new month I can get out of this funk. I accomplished very little during August – the one exception being the Lego Big Ben
Twelve years ago this morning, my cat Code did not jump on my shoulder to wake me. It turned out that she had fallen from the balcony – in spite
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