Archive for ◊ August, 2015 ◊

Visit to Carillon Park
Sunday, August 30th, 2015 | Author:

Missy and I visited Carillon Park on Sunday and toured the various sites associated with the history of Dayton, Ohio.  We observed the techniques used on the Linotype printing machines; we saw the old rail cars made by Barney & Smith; and, of course, we checked out the original Wright Flyer III.  In addition, we strolled over to the new Carillon Brewery for dinner, where we sampled some of their special craft beers that they make using brewing methods from the 1850s.

miss carillon sign

DZ running print mach

miss clock twr

miss beer spl

dz miss brewery

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Attending Another Baseball Game?
Saturday, August 29th, 2015 | Author:

I went to my third Dayton Dragons  baseball game, which amounts to three games this summer (that’s more than my prior ten years combined)…  I can’t complain because my buddy, Marc had us in some nice seats in the first row behind home plate.

Home Plate at Dragons

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It’s the 1930s and 40s All Over Again
Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 | Author:

The Manchurian Marxist Moslem loves 20th century history, and enjoys making the same errors in judgement…  It’s just like the 1940s when the mainstream media then said:  “The agreement will bring peace in our time”… “Concentration camps in Europe?  What are you talking about?”




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Visit to Cox Arboretum
Monday, August 24th, 2015 | Author:

Missy and I visited Cox Arboretum Metropark in south Dayton, where we toured the butterfly house and the cedar tree tower.  A few nice photos below.

miss at cox

miss tower

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Visit to Charleston Falls
Sunday, August 23rd, 2015 | Author:

Missy and I took a nice walking tour around Charleston Falls Nature Preserve.    It’s a very nice park located about 15 minutes from home.  It has natural rock formations, interesting little water falls, and very comfortable hiking trails.



miss falls

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Visit to Englewood Dam
Saturday, August 22nd, 2015 | Author:

A visit to Englewood Metropark, where our sons learned to feed the wild geese when they were youngsters growing up… A nice photo of mom and the two sons.

miss bear len engle

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The Obama Family and the Economy
Friday, August 21st, 2015 | Author:

Even more humor…



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Tennis in Cincy 2015
Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 | Author:

As part of our annual rites, we made our visit to the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati.  We were fortunate to avoid the rainy weather and we were able to watch portions of four good matches: Wawrinka vs Coric; Gasquet vs Kokkinakis; Robredo vs Querry; and Verdasco vs Goffin.  We watched most of the matches from the front rows of the stadium court, which gave us unprecented opportunity to watch each player’s specific methods of preparation.  One of the most interesting superstitions was Richard Gasquet with his ritual for tapping the ‘three corners’ (service line/doubles alley/baseline) with his racket before returning service.  You can see it snapshot below.


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Obama Supports the PLO
Tuesday, August 18th, 2015 | Author:

For those that understand that Obama is the Manchurian Marxist Moslem, clearly recognize that this is true to his character:

In an unusual legal move, the Obama administration has taken the legal side of the Palestinian Authority and Palestine Liberation Organization in a federal court case that American terrorism victims’ families had already won.

Source: Obama lawyers intervene to protect PLO funds in terrorism cases 

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Flags Kill People?
Tuesday, August 18th, 2015 | Author:

The focus on symbolism is getting a little out of control…



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