This poem was written by a young lady that worked for me in 1991. I was the supervisor of the payroll department in our local shipyard, which is the largest shipyard in the world, makers of nuclear subs and aircraft carriers. I was celebrating my 50th birthday and when I arrived in my office there
As we all know, there are two competing theories on how we, and our planet, came into existence. The Christian bible tells us that God created Heaven & Earth in 6 days. Science gives us the following timeline: 4.5 Billion years ago – Earth was created 450 Million years ago – Plants colonize the Earth
I own a shotgun, but I don’t think anyone should be able to purchase guns that are capable of killing many people at one time. I remember the old cowboy movie’s days where they had six bullets in their gun, and they had to reload if they continually missed their target. I was in England
As we grow older, and hence wiser, we slowly realize that whether our watch is worth $30, or $300, it doesn’t matter – – they both tell the same time. Whether we carry a $300.00 or a $30.00 wallet/handbag – – the amount of money inside is the same. Whether we drink a bottle of
In 1841 Gustave Le Bon, a French Polymath (A person of great and varied learning), authored the best selling book, “The Psychology of Crowds”. Le Bon’s conviction is that a crowd assumes the characteristics of blind submission, fierce intolerance, and the need for violent propaganda. The crowd’s leader is acclaimed as a veritable god, holding
We have been busily preparing for some repair work in our home. We have cracks in the drywall on our ceilings and walls due to our house settling. We had about 30 anchors install several years ago and, it seems, the settling has stopped. A contractor is scheduled to be here Wednesday (9/24) to start
Have you ever tried to remember the “Firsts” in your life? Some examples of “firsts” would be: first sweetheart, first kiss, first date, first sex, first job, first car accident, anyway you get the idea. I think we forget all those important things and maybe take them for granted, or wish they had never happened.