Daily Archives: July 2, 2014

What I’m working on

I’ve got the week off from school, but I took my one allowed nap last Thursday after school and have been a busy boy this week. First up, birthday present for a RPG player Someone brought in sets of 12 … Continue reading

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What I worked on

It’s been a couple weeks, but I’m finally getting off my backside to finish up posting about repairing Joe’s steel targets. I was fiddling about on my phone, saw the pics and facepalmed. So here we go. From the previous … Continue reading

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My Father Was a Spy

So, my father passed away May 25th; his memorial service was yesterday. I’d known that he developed an innovative side-looking sonar at Scripps for submarine detection, and been involved in maintenance of the transatlantic cable taps, but that was all … Continue reading

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This is what direct action looks like

When the anarchists took their direction from the Democratic Party and blocked shipments of war material to US ports, the left applauded their “direct action” protest. Probably not so much this Protesters in Murrieta block detainees’ buses in tense standoff … Continue reading

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I hope they are shaking in their loafers

They should be. These guys mean business. In Major Announcement, FIRE Says It Will Sue Every College With a Speech Code Until Speech Codes Die Forever The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education announced a major litigation effort Tuesday against universities … Continue reading

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The future is here

And I like it. So much so that I probably won’t sleep much tonight now that I’ve found it and keep thinking of multiple applications to use it for. No crankshaft, no problem: Toyota’s free piston engine is brilliant Let’s … Continue reading

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