Memorial Day addenda…

Even after now four years, it felt strange to watch the ceremonies at Arlington on TV, rather than watching it there. The laying of the wreath is very solemn, and even with all the dignitaries and media there, John Q. … Continue reading

In Memoriam…

Honoring those who did not make it back. May you rest in peace, your brothers and sisters have the watch. … Continue reading

Memorial Day weekend…

‘In Flanders Fields’ is a poem that was written in 1915 by Canadian physician and Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae to honor a soldier friend of his, Lieutenant Alexis Helmer, who had been killed in battle. The poem was also the … Continue reading

Memorial Day weekend…

Lots of folks are off for a long weekend, and will be hitting the sales and enjoying picnics, etc. But take a moment and remember those in the military who never came home and will never be able to enjoy … Continue reading

Fakes, fakes, and more fakes…

AI systems development is getting scary… We’ve seen some of this in the movies, where someone who has passed away is inserted into a new movie using CGI, but this stuff is even scarier! This technology, called Generative Adversarial Networks … Continue reading

TBT…

Our brains have been running Hunter/Gatherer 1.0 for 60,000 years without a software upgrade… Some things are hardwired into our brains, regardless of what the POS and left want to believe… Granted the ones still living in momma/daddy’s basement in … Continue reading

Week of…

Mondays… sigh Hadn’t done a deep scan on my computer in a while, and started it only to have it say it was going to take 12 hours… Lovely… So it’s still running and I’m trying to type this on … Continue reading

Weather…

‘Tis that time of year… Alma put a great post up, HERE giving a technical answer to why a triple point weather pattern is ‘not good’… Welp, last night and into this morning, that’s what we’ve got… And over one … Continue reading

Book promo and a bleg…

Larry Corriea and Kacey Ezell have put together a collection- Noir Fatale As always, click on the cover to go to the book on Amazon. The blurb- The silky note of a saxophone. The echoes of a woman’s high heels … Continue reading

Meh…

Yesterday was NOT a fun day to try to fly into DFW from anywhere… JAX-IAH delayed a couple of hours, then routed out over the Gulf. Finally got there, then another wait due to routing (more weather coming up from … Continue reading