Thursday, February 23, 2017

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Not Soon Enough

We could all use a little bit of this right about now, am I right?

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Thursday, November 05, 2015


Some scarring may result, but the long-term benefits should mitigate any cosmetic concerns.

Wednesday, November 04, 2015


At first, this morning, I thought it might have been the first one.  Then, I just wasn't sure at all.  After that, I became convinced that it must certainly be the second one.  I'm still leaning that way, but now I'm starting to wonder...


You might want to do it right...

Wednesday, May 13, 2015



Here's what my phone saw when I turned it on.



Unrelated, but here it is anyway.

Los Angeles Freeways

There's a lot to think about when setting out for a drive on an L.A. freeway:  Will the traffic be terrible or will it be horrible?  How many times will I be cut off, and by how many jerks?  Will one of my mirrors be shattered by a motorcyclist splitting lanes?  How many potholes will I hit?  Will the corpse of the person tailgating me land in my front seat or my back seat when he rear-ends my car?

A big one, though, is will one of the giant semis that drifts into my lane when I'm right beside it be able to correct its course before flattening my car?  I can't completely blame the truck drivers, though.  Because the freeways have been altered and repaired and re-routed so many times, and on so many different occasions over the years, it's like driving on a patchwork quilt.  When the contours of the road go in a different direction than the faint white lines that designate the lanes (see above), there will be a lot of wandering death machines to contend with.