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Honduras

Mon, 18 Apr 2016 05:10:12 +0000

This post is a little overdue, But it’s time I tell y’all about a little trip I made down to central America. I started smoking cigars a few years back. Flavored at first and my preferences have very slowly changed to a more traditional “regular” cigar. But as a cigar smoker, and I am only […]



Blurred Lines

Thu, 24 Dec 2015 03:39:24 +0000

So Robin Thicke put this song out a couple of summers ago and it was a huge hit. Some even called it the summer of 2013 anthem. I like the song. It’s catchy. Not very nice though if you listen to the lyrics. I typically don’t. I usually know a chorus. Maybe. And the tune. […]



Getting My Feet Wet

Wed, 02 Dec 2015 05:18:25 +0000

Imagine you’re Ahmed and you live in Syria. There has been a water shortage for a couple of decades now because the Turks to the north built some dams to keep the water in the rivers for their own burgeoning population, leaving your own increasing population ever more thirsty. Then there’s a drought to exacerbate […]



My Old Blog!

Wed, 21 Jan 2015 03:47:18 +0000

Anybody still read this? i may have to start again. Facebook pretty much killed my blog. At least, I pretty much quit blogging when I started facebooking. I go on facebook less and less. I may just have to start writing again.



Syria

Tue, 10 Sep 2013 03:57:50 +0000

Ok everybody. A serious Observation. I’ve been reading quite a bit of alternative news about the Syrian problem. And I think I might see something coming down the road. Of course, diplomats will only make conditions based on feasibility. Everything is weighed carefully. Currently, there is a red line from the US to Syria about […]