November 2016

Cities that I have called Home

by carbonboy on November 27, 2016

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The first real rains of Southern California came over the weekend. They were most refreshing! I chose not to travel; rather relax and reflect, with four days to do it. I’m part of a team creating a “clean sheet” new aircraft, and things are about to get crazy. I’m also moving the shop to California […]

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The 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show

by carbonboy on November 20, 2016

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LA= Cars! We had the first real rain here in LA today, which made for a good excuse to head to the convention center to catch an early glimpse of all the new shiny vehicles at the LA Auto Show. Although the exotics did a no-show (unlike New York), there was plenty to see, granted […]

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A spaghetti dinner once every few weeks was standard when I was growing up, as it was for millions across the country. I loved it, because there was always plenty for seconds. Although my mom made fantastic Swedish meatballs, they were more for a Sunday dinner, or special occasions. Thus she made a meat sauce […]

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America is eating itself to death – 300,000 every year. No hype, no hyperbole – just fact. Donald Trump is an obese junk food junkie (imagine a naked photo of him, no please don’t) – so things will only get worse, and no one gives a fuck! ISIS is insignificant – processed/junk food is the terrorist […]

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Hiking the Angeles National Forest

by carbonboy on November 6, 2016

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I found myself cruising down historic Euclid Avenue in search of a German auto repair shop with good reviews so that I can avoid the dealership next time my aging BMW needs service. I found it early on, but was compelled to keep driving north through Upland, as the closer one gets to the mountains, […]

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