Bathroom Wallboard Repair

After more than 20 years, the drywall above the shower enclosure in one of our bathrooms started to attract some mildew and the paint began to peel.   To repair this problem correctly requires some major work that involves multiple steps

Medical Reality versus Baloney

With the American Medical Association and medical journals such as Lancet now joining the delusional leftists and their scientific fairy tales, it is becoming more difficult to separate medical fact from fiction.  As a counterweight, there is a great posting

Cicadas Everywhere

Given the quantity of these “17-year locusts” (exaggerated just a little: cicadas) that we have around our house, we must be in the prime area infested by these insects in Ohio.   These large pests, which look like 3″ super-sized flies,

More Engineering Humor

Newton asked a group of medical students, science students, management students, and engineering students the question, “How can you write 4 in between 5 with just 2 characters?” The medical students answered, “This is a joke, right?” The science students

Only an Engineer Understands

A pretty decent article in Interesting Engineering: 1. You have the constant urge to build and tinker with something 2. Always thinking about making things work better 3. Going into a project and having absolutely no idea what to do