Happy Birthday Internet

So the internet started on August 6, 1991 — and I was in electronic distribution starting in 1993 — moving to a web page in 1994, and finally my own space by 1995. Weird Travels, thus far. Happy Birthday Internet? What it says […] read more

Vincit Qui Primum Gerit

Vincit Qui Primum Gerit Sunday! This Sunday in SA! See listing for details, and see the photo-blog for street cred. Sunday! Sunday in SA! Vincit Qui Primum Gerit astrofish.net/travel Vincit Qui Primum Gerit “First to arrive gets the best deal.” […] read more

Moleskine Notebook

Moleskine Notebook Moleskine Notebook — the image, quick capture from a big warehouse store, and that’s another sign that my brand of cool and hip is now mainstream. Suggests I’m forced to search elsewhere for off–beat, odd, high–quality. Or not. I don’t recall the exact story, but I discovered “European” paper notebooks some two dozen […] read more

Ray Wylie Cover

Ray Wylie Cover Seems I’m always late to the party, as this is a 2015 imprint. Also, not available on Amazon, apparently, in defiance of typical publishing rules. Outlaws, huh. That I am an enormous fan of Ray Wylie Hubbard, yeah, not so unusual. He’s part of the Texas Singer/Sognwriter — whatever group. The story […] read more

More Statistics

More Statistics More Statistics from the fine print side of life: “One out of every four Texans comprise nearly one-third of all Texans.” “There are three kinds of lies — lies, damned lies and statistics.” — Mark Twain Pink Cake: The Quote Collection – Kramer Wetzel Pink Cake: A Commonplace Book #Quote […] read more

Hats off to Armadillos

Hats off to Armadillos Every year, this rolls around the first week of August. Hats off to Aramadillos Week! From local mythos, armadillos are a prehistoric creature that has survived the eons by basically being stupid. They have hard shells, burrow, tend to be nocturnal, and all of my data is thus far is drawn […] read more

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