Some Songs on Sunday

The spring rains are returning and my week-long birthday celebration has commenced. Enjoy these five choice Sunday songs.


Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Not Bad

I usually don’t get the latest bit of technology that comes out. I’m not trying to keep up with everyone in any rat race. “FOMO” is not something that I experience, so most sales pitches fall flat.

For instance, I only upgraded my computer because it needed to be done, and was only happy when the compatible parts I specified were installed. The powerhouse will run quite well for a while; I might upgrade the processor and graphics card in the next year or so, but that’s all that will need to be done. Same thing with the audio receiver. I’m only shopping for a new one because the old one died, and that one ran well for many years.

It will be time to upgrade my phone soon. I like the look and specifications of the S9+. The cell-phone provider might give me a nice deal on one since my account is in excellent standing. We’ll see what their offers are.


Friday Fun: 5 Songs

Here are five excellent songs to start this weekend with some righteous rocking and rolling.


Full Frontal Thursday: Law & Disorder?

In this installment of “Full Frontal Thursday,” Sam talks about the firing of Rex Tillerson and how his replacement, Mike Pompeo, isn’t going to be any more effective than good ol’ Rexy-boy.

She also talks about Cy Vance, a Manhattan-based prosecutor with a mixed-grade report card, and points out the facts that prosecutors can essentially do whatever the fuck they want because it’s technically “legal.”

Happy Pi Day

It’s Pi Day and Albert Einstein’s birth anniversary. Tap in to your inner geek and enjoy these funny memes.

While you’re at it – Eta Beta Pi.


Beautiful Images (Re-blogged)

Eyrie Of An Aries

Here is a wonderful collection of images I found while combing the corners of cyberspace for inspiration. I thought that Iโ€™d share them with others who will appreciate them.

Youโ€™re welcome.


(Image by Terry Love, Love Plumbing & Remodel)

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Last Week Tonight: Cryptocurrencies

In this latest installment of “Last Week Tonight,” John talks about cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, the coders creating same, and how “pump and dump” isn’t unique to this latest get-rich-quick scheme. Interesting information.

Three Songs On Sunday (Re-blogged)

Re-blogging these three songs on this short Sunday.


Eyrie Of An Aries

Doing some writing and gaming today since Iโ€™ll be busy doing my โ€œDay of Serviceโ€ tomorrow.

Enjoy these three Sunday songs.

Iโ€™ll be back on Tuesday.

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Spring Forward

Daylight Saving Time is upon some of us again. Had to set the clocks ahead one hour since it is time to “spring forward.”

Daylight Saving Time used to begin in April and end in October. Now it begins in March and ends in November. Here in the USA, two states don’t recognize this biannual time change. There are a few countries which don’t participate, either.

John Oliver has a short little piece about Daylight Saving Time which is pretty good.

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