Or, what you may not know. Phrases spoken many times over by TV news anchors.
If I didn’t know something, How would I know what it was, that I wasn’t supposed to know?
Furthermore, why would this unknown knowledge, be a concern?
I like making my own decisions about what’s important and suspect there are many others like me.
Tomorrow is the second, state and local, primary election. There’s the possibility of more run-off elections before November. Hoping for the best outcome–and no more mudslinging political ads.
In fairness, why not celebrate Flat Earth Day? It would be a day for science deniers everywhere. Science denying is becoming increasingly popular. Colorful deflated balloons hung upside down, the perfect decoration.
“Mad” Mike Hughes, has every right to believe as he so chooses. He recently launched himself in a steam-powered, home-made rocket, to support his belief that the earth is flat. He survived the ordeal. Results of his semi-scientific endeavor have yet to be determined.
What determined which parts of scientific discovery would be denied? What was the scientific basis behind science deniers? Would science deniers believe any of it–if there were?
What else remained to be denied? The field was wide-open. Newton’s Laws–gravity, inertia, objects in motion. There were many unscientific case studies that involved humans, on old AFV and Jackass videos.
“Mad” Mike Hughes may be a flat-earther, but he’s far from crazy. There haven’t been any anti-gravity enthusiasts so far. And what would they do? Walk around with attached weights?
Why haven’t flat-earthers discovered the edges of our planet? Humans have been on this planet long enough to find out–in my opinion.
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Oh, I don’t know
What’s new with you?
Ain’t nothing to it.
How about you?
Now, that the old business was out of the way.
Did you hear about the Chicago barber offering spray-on beards?
No, was it the same as spray-on hair?
Not quite, but almost the same.
For those that couldn’t wait, or couldn’t grow their own.
If I couldn’t grow the real thing, I would just as soon do without.
Stan, a couple of hours can make a big difference.
Yes, they certainly can, Ollie.
They certainly can.
Florida’s reputation as “The Sunshine State” was in jeopardy–according to their state legislature. Two new laws drafted to do something about it.
The first would make Daylight Saving Time a year-round thing. The second, would put all of Florida in the Eastern Time Zone.
As things are now, Central time changes to Eastern time near Tallahassee, the state capitol. That would be fine, if there were not another issue at hand. I reside in a state that borders Florida–all of which is Central time.
This would make Pensacola, which is near where I live, an hour ahead. Not much of an adjustment when going shopping, or out to dine. However, during winter months, when my state remained on standard time–there would be a two-hour difference.
Imagine catching a Pensacola International flight, allowing two hours for boarding, check-in, then adding the two-hour time difference. A flight that departed at 10 AM, would mean, a four-hour allowance (not including drive time).
I wondered what Floridians thought about it? The payoff–more hours of daylight in winter. The takeaway–commuting, to school and work in the dark.
I didn’t object to the whole state being Eastern time. It was tinkering with DST that gave me pause. I’d prefer things to stay as they are.
She said nary a word
As to what were her plans
Could this be a trap?
Said those with
She shrugged off skepticism
No, not in these latitudes
Perambulating under ladders
not a good thing to do
at any time
not just on
spaced too closely
Hotels left out
Did that really
Luck is right place
We make our own luck
our own superstitions
That’s the way
it has always been
Editor’s Note: Written before my fast-food order got totally botched. Two value meals, same as I always ordered. How hard could that be to understand? Maybe there’s something to the Friday thirteenth thing. No Friday thirteenth fast-food from now on.
Where has it been? The hour missing since last March didn’t really go anywhere. This Saturday night, we’ll turn our clocks back one hour, to reclaim the hour pirated away last spring. There will be more daylight in the morning and less daylight in the evening. Does that still make sense?
Media spokespersons, will, once again pose the question; “what will you do with that extra hour?” As if, time could be bartered, or traded, like a commodity. When, in fact, time is measured in terms of how long it takes our planet to rotate on its axis, as it orbits around the sun.
The amount of daylight, depends on the earth’s tilt, toward or away from the sun–in spite of where humankind chooses to fit ourselves during daylight hours.