Garry is not afraid of heights. He might have liked mountain climbing, but work kept him otherwise occupied. He did try -- and enjoy -- jumping out of planes. With a parachute. The years have marched on and although he no longer ventures up on the roof, it's not his fear of heights. More like … Continue reading PRECIPICE – OR – DON’T FALL!
Every time Windows 10 does an update, it knocks my printer out. Not just offline, but off. It stops working. Add to that the small matter that Charter/Spectrum has been down for hours a day for nearly a week which I'm sure doesn't help. We don't use our printer much, but it's not even two years … Continue reading HP – UNSELLING THEIR PRODUCTS AGAIN
My mother was a psychologist with a private practice. She saw lots of relationships up close and personal. She always wondered how people seemed to be able to find others who satisfied their unconscious needs. The Ying to their Yang. "How," she would ask, "Does the sadist find the masochist?" You need one of each … Continue reading “CHEMISTRY” IN RELATIONSHIPS – BY ELLIN CURLEY
I'm not much of a conspiracy person. I have doubts about them. Qualms. Because conspiracy involves intentions, which in turn, requires thoughts. Sometimes, even an idea. Like, you know, a bunch of people work together towards a nefarious goal ... as opposed to a lot of dummies voting for a moron as president. The first … Continue reading QUALMS, CONSPIRACY, AND STUPIDITY