San Francisco City Hall

An endless supply of commentary from my buddy, Slick: “Next.” “Good morning. We want to apply for a marriage license.” “Names?” “Tim and Jim Jones.” “Jones? Are you related? I see a resemblance.” “Yes, we’re brothers.” “Brothers? You can’t get

Democrats and Poor People

Everyone knows that the Democrats appeal to the “less fortunate” portion of the population by insinuating that they are going to “take from the rich and give to the poor”. The results of this class warfare can best be summed-up

Computer Science and the Human Brain

Most of us think of Leonardo Da Vinci as a great artist, with his masterpiece the Mona Lisa.  In reality, Da Vinci possessed fine artistic skills but was actually one of the world’s greatest scientist/engineer.   As depicted below, in the late

Bicycling to Beavercreek

Bear and I did about 30 miles this past weekend along the river corridor to Beavercreek.  As the photos below show, we got the chance to get sprayed by the fountain in downtown Dayton as well as experience the construction

When Ex-Presidents were Honorable

We’ve seen sanctimony to the nth degree practiced by ex-Presidents such as Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton. It makes us all wish for a time when President’s were honorable… When President Harry Truman retired from office in 1952, his income

A Jewish Father’s Logic

Moshe is waiting on the platform at the station. He notices a Jewish man standing nearby and asks him for the time. But the man ignores him. Moshe then asks him again, and the man responds in the same way.

America and Immigration

A Russian arrives in New York City as a new immigrant to the United States. He stops the first person he sees walking down the street and says, ‘Thank you Mr. American for letting me in this country, giving me