Paradise Fire

November 16, 2018

Camp Fire map November 16, 2018 It’s a week since Paradise was Lost. I wanted to recap on what we think we know thus far and what’s next. In a nutshell this is it: At about 6:15 AM last Thursday (November 8th), Pacific Gas and Electric electrical sensors reported a fault in a line near […]

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Review: Ancestry DNA

August 23, 2018

I was inspired by the Sith Lord several years ago to consider doing Ancestry DNA and 23 and Me. (FYI it’s called 23 because you have 46 chromosomes with 23 from each parent.) The Sith Lord said that each website does it differently and provides different information. I’m still working on getting both done. At […]

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Johnnie Does a Frozen Dinner

August 16, 2018

By Johnnie Does… Greetings, if you don’t know me I’m actually a very good cook, as proclaimed by a former professional chef I know. Things took a rare turn this week and I felt the need to blog about it. As a Safeway club card member I received a free offer, or as the Blog […]

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I See Dead People

August 6, 2018

“I see dead people walking around like regular people” Haley Joel Osmen The Sixth Sense At work, occasionally I see dead people too. The State Agency for which I work is carrying debts owed by former state employees that have gone to their eternal reward; often, their demise can create an accounting legacy that lasts […]

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Kids saved from Cave

July 10, 2018

Reports are in this morning that the Thailand soccer team is saved from the cave they were trapped in for several weeks. The twelve boys and coach are all safe. Some rescue workers remain inside and must still find their way out. The fact that only one rescue worker lost his life and the whole […]

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Finally: A Ted I Can Believe In

July 4, 2018

Ted Hickman, a city councilman in Dixon, CA, has really irritated the Left and made them forget all about their hatred of Donald Trump…at least for a while. You see, on his blog, Ted declared July as SPAM… Straight Pride American Month! Ted is even on the ballot this November so as you read this, […]

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Painting Adventures with Zinsser Cover Stain

June 21, 2018

The house that I live in was constructed in1989. It was decorated by the builder’s wife. The predominant color of the interior is pink. Light pink walls and matching trim, pink tile, pink carpet, and pink is a dominant color on the wallpaper too. The house was originally purchased by my wife’s grandparents. My wife […]

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Review: Purchasing Galaxy S9+

May 31, 2018

Earlier this year, my Lumia 950 LX began having a series of unexplained issues related to phone calls and messages. I began having to reboot my phone not because of any obvious error but because I would become aware that I was not getting text messages from my family. Upon restarting, my phone would suddenly […]

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Three Signs That Are Stranger Than Fiction

May 17, 2018

#1 First is what I call the whisper campaign against Sheriff Scott Jones. A series of red signs targeting the Sheriff have popped-up all over the county. Per the story linked below, 140 signs were purchased by the Latino Policy Coalition.   Posters targeting Sheriff Scott Jones inspired by ‘Three Billboards’ movie The poster asks, […]

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When Internet Ads Attack

May 5, 2018

Cookies are after you. They follow you everywhere. They try to entice you to buy or click on all sorts of things. Once you do a search for something they keep nagging you to buy it, at least until you do a search for something else that they can offer you. Sometimes the results are […]

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