Thunder Trucks

14 Dec 18
From The Recamier

Today is the Memorial of Saint Lucy, Virgin and Martyr (died about 304). And today is the first day of the two-day Geminid Meteor Shower.

13 Dec 18
Jayce Ran's Sweet Insanity

Exposed brick line the pealing walls of the dingy apartment.  Three men and a girl spread a pair of floor layouts atop a ratty table. “I am telling you, it’s the perfect time to strike.  There is already an anti-police demonstration going on.  It will be a turkey shoot.”“I don’t like it.” a younger man […]

13 Dec 18
News and Headlines, Keeping you informed on RoboeAmerican.Com

News and Headlines. In The News, Immigration, Politics, SCOUTS, World News. In The News: Cash spill on New Jersey highway leads to multiple crashes, chaos during morning commute The East Rutherford Police Department said an armored truck spilled cash along the westbound lanes of Route 3 at about 8:30 a.m. — right during the peak […]

13 Dec 18
London Graphic Novel Network

Die Hard Directed by John McTiernan … JOEL Barbican Comic Forum 00000000 / Kraken Brain Teeth “Yippee-Ki-Yay, Motherfucker!” It’s a great line. The rhythm of it. The sound. It’s almost sing-song nature. Quotable. Useful in most all social situations. And also it works as a pretty good summation of the appeal of Die Hard itself. […]

13 Dec 18
Sharing Beautiful Ideas

This application was released in previous month for detecting thunder lightning in India, I have found some interesting instructions from their apps please see this … Lightning Risk Reduction When Outdoors In a Forest:- Seek Shelter in a low area under a very thick tree surrounded by small trees. In an open area:- Go to […]

13 Dec 18
Rose's and John's Travels

Mangamuka Bridge to Ahipara, hitch to Kaitaia 45km, walk to Ahipara 15km Still felt a bit down-hearted about our decision on waking, plus sloping tent sites do not help you sleep, nor does being by a state highway where big trucks thunder through all night. The hitch to Kaitaia was straight forward. A lovely chatty […]

13 Dec 18
The Yellow Pine Times

Time to start using the winter route (South Fork) to Yellow Pine. Be aware of winter conditions, roads are likely ice and snow covered. Higher elevation roads are closed per the Valley County Road Dept. Please share road reports. Conditions change quickly this time of year. Yellow Pine: It has snowed a few inches since […]

12 Dec 18
The Draw-Blank Prevention

I am exhausted. Drawing out the final words for papers and discussions and written evaluations took everything I had left. When I typed the last words of my final evaluation for CPE at 1:30 this morning, I was fully empty… nothing left to offer. And yet, as I spent final moments of reflection with my […]

12 Dec 18
Joel E. Siegel on Film and Music

      Tourneur Remembers: recollections as told to Joel E. Siegel The following interview with Jacques Tourneur took place in June 1969 as part of research for my book Val Lewton: the Reality of Terror, published by Viking Press. Ruth Lewton, the producer’s widow, got in touch with Tourneur and arranged a dinner party at her […]

12 Dec 18
Letters I Wrote To You

My sleeping bag was protecting me from the highly questionable linen in the discounted motel room.The air outside was winter crisp while inside it was the scent of headaches. Lemony Lysol with a hint of nicotine. My dogs, two nervous heelers, paced the well-worn carpet, panting. Empty Coors Light cans piled up on  my bedside […]

12 Dec 18
Meteorologist Mark

Main Threats No major threats expected through the weekend. Summary I have information about this morning’s earthquake in the “News” section at the bottom of this blog. Today’s weather will consist of mostly cloudy skies. I can’t rule out an isolated sprinkle or flurry this morning but most of us should stay completely dry. These […]

12 Dec 18
The Race Case

I had been seeing these blackwall Hot Wheels Little Debbie cars on eBay and even bid (unsuccessfully) on a couple of them. When I figured out they were from the same 3-pack, I realized I could get all three – still in the package – for a better price than bidding on them individually. According […]

12 Dec 18
hayama3tri

Why Laos? After our last cycle trip to the Spiti Valley in Northern India, John and I started to look around for another amazing destination. We considered Patagonia, but with only two weeks in February, it seemed too big and too far away. We talked about Sri Lanka, but we fancied something a bit more […]

12 Dec 18
Eric Huffbind

BOOK BLAST Book Title: Blessed Author: Maggie Blackbird Publisher: eXasty Books Cover Artist: Martine Jardin Genre/s: M/M, Contemporary, Spiritual, Religious, Multi-Cultural, Romance Heat Rating: 4 flames Length: 92,784 words/330 pages Add on Goodreads Tagline A mixed-blood Catholic seminarian struggles to discern his true calling: the priesthood or his ex-lover, a proud but damaged Ojibway man. […]

12 Dec 18
Morgana´s Book Box

Steffi doesn’t talk, but she has so much to say. Rhys can’t hear, but he can listen. Their love isn’t a lightning strike, it’s the rumbling roll of thunder. Steffi has been a selective mute for most of her life – she’s been silent for so long that she feels completely invisible. But Rhys, the […]

12 Dec 18
peoples trust toronto

Authored by Brian Maher via The Daily Reckoning, Once again we bear grim news… Millions of Americans may have to delay retirement for years – if not permanently. Like a squirrel that hasn’t saved against approaching winter… 80% of American workers have under one year’s salary salted away for retirement. This we learn from a […]

12 Dec 18
WEATHER INTERNAL

Authored by Brian Maher via The Daily Reckoning,

Once again we bear grim news…

Millions of Americans may have to delay retirement for years – if not permanently.

Like a squirrel that hasn’t saved against approaching winter… 80% of American wor…