As a prerequisite to some forthcoming opinion pieces, I offer an occasional bit of relevant historical information. There won’t be much, only enough to provide some background for the topic at hand, and no more. I’ll try to keep it so simple that even liberals and recent public school indoctrinates can grasp it.Continue reading →
While the idea may seem repugnant to some and just crazy paranoid to others, there are a lot of tech-crazy trail-blazers who think that an ear-bud is too cumbersome, or that if it says ‘Apple’ on it, they have to have it. . These people will be enough to push-start the market to its eventual conclusion.
These devices won’t come from the NSA or any other three-letter-agency, but from companies like Verizon, Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Amazon.
Pharmacy employees at Best-Buy and Wal-Mart will be trained to perform the (by then) simple procedure.
The “bleeding edge” people will “pre-order” their implants and then stand in line overnight, in the rain to be the first to get them.Continue reading →
Learning from History Year: 1949 — Situation: The Same — Lessons Learned: None The only thing that I can even begin to say about this is that it provides additional proof that the problem is not the … Continue reading →
Who hasn’t secretly wished that little button on the dash was really connected to a couple of fifty-calibers behind the signal lights? Regardless of whether they are pathological, or merely clueless, these Bozos contribute to traffic tie-ups at … Continue reading →
The Dirty Underbelly of The Toddler Trade Exposed!Continue reading →
All The News That Fits, We Print. The Horsepasture Gazette Volume 1 – Issue 1 PRICE FREE Mayor Won’t Raise Taxes Horsepasture Va In a private conversation with this reporter, Mayor Parker Earnest announced that taxes will remain … Continue reading →
Produced with Brewmaster Buford’s secret family recipe, Chateau Bubba illustrates the meaning of the word Wheeeeuuuu!Continue reading →
Many Thanks to the Anonymous Creator of the GIF File.Continue reading →
Learning from History The More Things Change The More They Remain the Same I was perusing a friend’s collection of ‘old’ magazines (Thank You Ardie) and discovered this gem From the September 1946 issue of Farm Journal. Notice … Continue reading →