A&M excels; drought spells; wildlife swells; ugly cars don’t sell. (Yes, I’m unjustifiably proud of that.)
Five continuous years of daily Spanish lessons have taught me how much I don’t know.
Just a few DayQuil-inspired ramblings involving frog side-eyes and uncaring blind fish, etc.
After a long hiatus, we found ourselves in front of an ESL class, with an unexpected challenge.
In which I realize once again that I was put on this earth as a cautionary tale.
Despite being ravaged by COVID, I’ve crafted an amazingly engaging post. Although that might be the fever talking.
One of the minor annoyances of modern life is the insistence of every restaurant, hotel, retail store, physician, and service company of pleading for one’s feedback via an online survey following even the most inconsequential dealings. I tend to ignore most of them, but every now and then one comes across my inbox that’s intriguing… Continue reading Dear Adobe: Your Ageism Is Showing
Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine is a “this changes everything” event. 9/11 was a “this changes everything” event. They happen, and at that moment most sentient people recognize that the way we lived before is going to need adjustment. That was the opening paragraph in an editorial in today’s Wall Street Journal. And I can’t… Continue reading Some thoughts about Ukraine
Do we live in a wonderful time or what?! — P.T. Barnum (probably, if he weren’t, you know, dead) Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal introduced me to the newest kraze that all the kool kidz are jumping on: yats. And just when you thought things couldn’t get any more outlandish than NFTs…they somehow manage to do… Continue reading Got Yat Yet?
Last weekend we met friends in San Antonio and spent a few days enjoying some quite varied activities and events in that amazing city. If you haven’t been to SA before, or if your exposure has been limited to the often frantic and always touristy downtown portion of the Riverwalk, the following is a sort… Continue reading A San Antonio Travelogue: Food, Music, More Food, More Music