It was pointed out to me this morning that there's a lot we don't know about the people who came before us. How -- why -- they dressed and spoke and related to each other as people in their society. We are fuzzy about a lot of cultural material and mostly, we take our best … Continue reading IN THE CLUTCH: A ROUGH GO FOR AN AMERICAN CONSCIENCE
Posted on November 13, 2017 Rex Tillerson clearly stated his views of climate change during remarks in 2012 at an event sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. “And as human beings as a — as a — as a species, that’s why we’re all still here. We have spent our entire existence adapting, OK? So we will … Continue reading GEOENGINEERING AND THE CLIMATE CRISIS – J. R. LINCE- HOPKINS
Not just another day in the Life of Harold by Rich Paschall, Sunday Night Blog Upon awakening Harold went immediately to the window to check the weather. He was instantly aware that it was grayer than normal for that time of day. He needed to decide on his schedule for the morning. There was no putting … Continue reading COME MONDAY, IT WILL BE ALRIGHT – RICH PASCHALL
Cee’s Black and White Challenge Today It wasn't a big photographic day. More like an eating day. But I did get a few portraits of Kaity, my granddaughter. In black & white, because she loves black & white photography.
For my first three years of blogging, I got around 100, then 200, then 250 to 300 views per day. In year four, it slid up to around 350 to 400. Where it stayed, showing a gradual, slow but steady upward movement with occasional shots of one post being exceptionally popular. At the beginning of this … Continue reading GOOGLE BUMPS