January 2017

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I work with a brilliant group of aerospace design and stress engineers from China, Italy, Israel, India, Spain, Iran, Czech Republic, Romania, Nepal and even the Republic of Texas (and a few native Californians of course). This is the best team I have ever worked with. We all get along just fine (although technical debates […]

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This is Food America

by carbonboy on January 28, 2017

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The vegetables are organic; the beef grass feed – as it was meant to be. U.S. Citizens killed in the U.S by Syrian Refugees: ZERO U.S. Citizens that eat themselves to death: 300,000 (annually) Wake up America!

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Post image for Watching – The Untold History of the United States – on Netflix

Mesmerizing – and I only got to Nixon. Highly recommended and highly relevant.

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The Dawning of Dystopia

by carbonboy on January 19, 2017

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We await the dawning of dystopia. The lunatics will be taking over the asylum. Oh never mind – simple idiots will soon be in control – what damage could simple idiots possibly do (think the half million deaths, and counting, that “W” brought about)? Yet 630 of the 690 appointees that need Senate approval have […]

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California after the Storm

by carbonboy on January 13, 2017

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Wonderful – the air is clean and clear – massive snowfall in the mountains – 72 degrees F and sunny tomorrow. What could be better?

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Strange Days

by carbonboy on January 3, 2017

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The nuclear clouds have descended around the San Bernardino Mountains. The dawn of dystopia is arriving. Just kidding – LA rainy season is upon us.

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Gallup, New Mexico to Los Angeles

by carbonboy on January 2, 2017

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I don’t grasp the gritty intrigue that I have had over the decades of Gallup, New Mexico – but the railroad line running parallel to the main drag, smack dap in Native American culture may have something to do with it. I want this place, someday, to be home base for a month or two […]

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