Month: September 2020

Netflix TV Docuseries Recommendation: Challenger: The Final Flight (2020)

Time has a way of making things seem distant in some ways, but in other ways there isn’t that much change.  When the Challenger exploded in 1986, I had no idea I’d see a space shuttle much later in life when the Endeavour was… Continue Reading “Netflix TV Docuseries Recommendation: Challenger: The Final Flight (2020)”

End of September Quotes

Poem: Drink Me

Green with envy, I put you there, to defrost and drink you later. I do other things, gobble my time, chomp away. Night falls and it’s morning again, unaware I left you there. I begin my day, hammer away, the weight of my life… Continue Reading “Poem: Drink Me”

Weekly Facts #40

The most abused drug in the world is caffeine.  There’s about 47 mg of caffeine in 8 ounces of black tea and 96 mg of caffeine in 8 ounces of coffee.  Green tea has less caffeine at 28 mg and obviously decaf has the… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #40”

Journal Entry Type #59: The World and Me

There lies the problem, and not calling it a problem is the first step, the first step to what makes anyone’s life better. You come from it at a different angle. I’ve been known to complain about not having enough time. I’m sure the… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #59: The World and Me”

Weekly Facts #39

The costliest Apple product is the Mac Pro that can price as high as around 52,000 dollars. There’s a long list of things that can kill or shrink brain cells, but the brain does have the ability to repair itself by growing new cells. … Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #39”

Netflix Recommendation: The Speed Cubers (2020)

These kinds of documentaries can either be a hit or a miss, but this one is a complete hit. It deals with the competition of putting together Rubix cubes at record speeds. In 2019 the World Cube Association was held in Melbourne, Australia. The… Continue Reading “Netflix Recommendation: The Speed Cubers (2020)”

More You Know: Looking Back to the U.S. Supreme Court Justices

Due to the recent passing of Ruth Bader-Ginsburg yesterday, I decided to look at all the justices that have served on the U.S. Supreme Court.  So far 14 Justices have served 30 plus years with longest length served being 36 years and 221 day… Continue Reading “More You Know: Looking Back to the U.S. Supreme Court Justices”

Coloring: Anything

Journal Entry Type #58: Feeling Weird? Every Day, It Seems!

My posts have become more and more sporadic this month for several reasons. One, I’ve been devoting more time (although it doesn’t seem as much) on my rewrite (both first novel idea and poetry collection). I’ve finished my poetry collection and still working on… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #58: Feeling Weird? Every Day, It Seems!”

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