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Letting it go …

December 28, 2009

Well, I know I haven’t had this blog up for long (about a year or so). But, it was meant to be temporary. So, it is time to let it go.

I now have my main site up and running at Please visit there for all future blog entries and articles. I will be moving some of the information available here to there. For example, andLinux released 2.0 earlier this year. I will be adding an article detailing how I installed and configured it.

Thank you to those who have visited and commented on the posts here. But, as I said, check my main site as I will continue to post items of interest to me, specifically, programming and politics, the logical and the illogical.


Climate Change is Natural?

December 16, 2009

The following is an article that lists 100 reasons why global warming is natural and not man-made. I am not an expert in this field. However, I believe those who push the idea that global warming is man-made give man way too much credit!

Merry Christmas !!!

December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas to all!

May your day remind you of the joy we have in the Lord!


Once again, we pay!

December 18, 2008

So, the Democrats in California have figured out a way to get around the two-thirds majority required by the passage of Proposition 13 back in 1978 (California Democrats devise plan to hike taxes). And, once again, it is we, the taxpayers of California, who must “sacrifice” due to their inability to properly manage the funds they already take from us.

It is common sense that balancing a budget requires one thing, “don’t spend more than you take in”. This applies to personal budgets and should apply to government budgets as well. However, it seems that when a person takes their seat as an elected official, they lose all common sense.

Californian’s recalled Governor Davis because of the budget deficit. The budget deficit is much bigger. The citizens have or are facing the possibility of losing their jobs. The recession is getting worse. Home values have “crumbled”. And, now, the Legislature is looking to the citizens to bail them out.

What will Californian’s do this time?

Time will tell …