Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Who Yam Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii?

He's not angry with you. ;-) Watch 'til the end to be tickled.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Warning: Selfies Ahead

I have, traditionally you might say, avoided posting photos o' me mug here, or anywhere I've made marks on the walls of the interweb cave, 'cause...well, I'm pretty good at finding better things to look at (besides, I'm shy. Aw shucks. Shut up). But a recent web-acquaintance, Julie Sondra Decker, over at her blog, In Propinquity, has just posted about the value of selfies, opining that it helps folks get to know you better, especially if your acquaintance is strictly virtual.
Well, she says it better. Her post is HERE.
And no, we ain't kin. ;-)

Anyhow, the following I'm blaming entirely on her.

Howdy, how ya doin'?
Cover up my face, I look just like Bruce Willis.

Out of focus.

Wise ass, eh?


Mad, and not the angry kind.

Tink abote dat?

Probably the best one, but the sun didn't agree.

OK? Enough already?
Maybe I should consider painting a selfie. Might be less scary than this. ;-)

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Bill & George

It seems all I do here lately is post videos, but what the hell, this a good'n.

Tip o' the hat to RoguePenguinScotland

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Good morning

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Best go ahead and take your socks off for this... ;-)

Cowabunga. Outtasight. Awesome. OMFG!

Sunday, March 9, 2014

The Powerlessness of New

I seek a new vision of truth - or whatever really is. Nothing that's ever been taught or written is relevant, and no one can help. It can't be said, because words are of the past and new is...new.

Donations are appreciated.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

I AM by Tom Shadyac (Ace Ventura, Patch Adams, Bruce Almighty...)

This is the trailer for a great documentary I just saw on Netflix. You can watch it for free HERE.

Friday, January 3, 2014

Rupert Sheldrake - Science Set Free

A good mind massage for ya. A little long but worth it.

Monday, December 9, 2013

NO! ;-p

Friday, December 6, 2013

And then...

... just before daylight, a CRACK! and a CRASH!
Fortunately it fell between the houses, and is resting on the fence and bushes on my side. Think I'll let it warm up a bit before I tackle moving it.

This gives a fierce picture to the "storm" we had, which wasn't really that bad. This fell from the top half of the tree, which has been dead for about two years.