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First, Happy Armstrong Day. On July 20th 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin of NASA became the first human beings to walk on the surface of another world. Those of you who are too young to remember that day, and … Continue reading
Blogger’s note: News broadcasts and the serious and thinky parts of the internet are particularly grave today, concerned with tragic and confusing events. In the personal sphere, people in my life are facing losses of their own. I have strong … Continue reading
Your regularly scheduled Tumblr Sunday is coming later, but I just wanted to pop in and tell everyone who was kind enough to leave comments over the holiday, and anyone who was reading the discussions, that I have responded somewhat … Continue reading
Well, it was about ten minutes of four when I saw the clock in the first image, and I thought it was a funny coincidence. But by the time I cropped the photo in question, and the other ones, and … Continue reading
Been spending way too much time recently fixing typos in my blog posts. Normally I’m at least a decent writer, good enough to manage it’s and its, anyway. Miss Foote taught me better than that, back in high school. She … Continue reading
It’s the first of December, an important first of the month. It’s the last month of year, the first month that it’s really winter, and it’s the date when most of us really have to face up to the dreaded … Continue reading
Along with all your cool and interesting real-human-being style comments, I also get a fair amount of spam comments here on the blog. The blogging software’s filters take care of a lot of it so I never even see it, … Continue reading
People sometimes ask me how long it takes to ‘break in” a new fountain pen. This is normally a hard question to answer, since a lot of it depends on the pen. Softer nibs break in faster than harder ones, … Continue reading
It was only after yesterday’s “Food News” went up that the software that underpins this blog (and which I usually do my best to ignore unless it is doing something weird or stupid) informed me that I had, all unknowing, … Continue reading
To finish off our Best of the Drawing of the Day Weekend, here’s a bonus drawing of the day. We haven’t done one of these in a while, so a brief explanation may be in order. I began the drawing … Continue reading