Most of us grew up thinking our fathers knew everything about cars… A recent article in Popular Mechanics outlines the top 10 myths about cars that our dads perpetuated: 1. DAD SAID: “Let the engine idle to warm up on cold days.”
It’s always helpful to sample the real world on your own – without the clinical distillation that comes from getting information from newspapers and television… Earlier this week, I took a taxi from the airport to my hotel, and just
There are many folks that pretend to be professional consultants… the poster below sums up my viewpoint of those imposters:
I’m sure that some of you work in those companies where the rah rah mentality is manifested with motivational posters and all of the Psychology 101 clap trap… There is an interesting web site called Demotivators that captures the cynicism
We’ve had a “boat load” of basketball in Southwest Ohio this weekend… there was the OSU victory .vs. Tennessee on Saturday afternoon; the UD .vs. La Salle victory on Saturday evening; and the WSU .vs. UWGB victory at home on Saturday night… Wow!
Many people are so egocentric that they tend to believe that mankind can change the orbit of the planets. For example, during the early stages of the space program, there were folks who believed that the launch of the Saturn V
In 25 years of interviews with his hometown paper that could only be released upon his death, former President Ford once called Jimmy Carter a “disaster” who ranked alongside Warren Harding. In 1981, Ford said: “I think Jimmy Carter would
I rarely take the time to watch — much less recommend — a television mini-series, but one show that I really enjoy is “Rome” on HBO (note: I was also a great fan of the HBO mini-series “Band of Brothers“). Rome is an elaborate show produced
This is an interesting cartoon from Daryl Cagle… It illustrates the expected results from the Democrats in Washington.
It’s an example of an inorganic polymer, noted for its many unusual characteristics. It bounces, it breaks when given a sharp blow, it can flow like a liquid when it is slowly stretched, and it will “melt” into a puddle.