I don’t remember when or where this picture was taken (at a Starbucks somewhere in Europe it looks like). But I just wanted to post it and tell everyone what a great wife Cyndi is. I’m lucky blessed to have her as my wife.
Prague – June 2014
I just got back from a trip to Prague this past weekend. It is a long story about why I went involving a piece of brand new equipment, power outages, and a fried motherboard. Anyway, here’s a link to the set on Flickr of the pictures I took (most of clouds) and below is a selection:
How to Use This Thing?
This is just dumb. From reason the article, it is obvious India has a garbage problem. It could be easily fixed. If they’d dig a big hole (they are called landfills) they could put all that trash in it then cover it up. When that one is full, they dig another big hole and repeat. Instead the story details the problem…eben the dustbin men are going through the trash looking for things–trash–to sell. If they would do their jobs instead the garbage would be collected.
World Cup 2014
I like coffee. I like Starbucks Coffee. But the stuff is stinkin expensive. For me, it is a treat. But, every time I’m there, I see tons of drinks that are less than 50% drunk. Like the person drinking it just up and disappeared. I’m not going to diss society in general as wasteful; however, this is. I can’t imagine paying what it cost for those drinks, taking 1 or 3 good drinks, then leaving the rest. Insane. Here’s a picture I took recently.
Cyndi’s Birthday — June 2014
Over the weekend, Cyndi and I went out for her birthday. She wanted to go to Five Guys so we went to Bluewater Shopping Centre, ate at Five Guys, then went to see The Edge of Tomorrow.
good for yahoo…..
I must be the only person who hates the login with…… Logins and prefers to create a new account at each and every place.
did anyone expect anything different
Jeez…did anyone expect anything different from someone who wasn’t raisednin the USA andnthinks the founders were the worst people ever?!?!?!