Flies – I may be overthinking this

Denver doesn’t have bugs. That is one the things Mike & I both liked about it. There are insects, but they tend to crawl around and generally leave one alone. There are not many bothersome insects that “bug” one. Rapid City has flies. Not at the “plague of locusts” level, but they’re around and theyContinue reading “Flies – I may be overthinking this”

We has Wildlifes

Nambi, Pambi [the “b”-word shall not be mentioned due to omnipresent Disney lawyers] and their Mom walked up the alley this morning. We also have a few of Peter’s [that’s safe; Ms. Potter’ estate has no lawyers to speak of] relatives, but everyone has rabbits. Here’s why I’m surprised by deer: Update: Embedded Map Success!Continue reading “We has Wildlifes”

“Can” is a Tricky Word

The blog title implies a certain amount of copyediting. So, let’s take a look at something from a Behind the Black post about the crashing Chinese booster: The issue here is not the danger, but China‚Äôs gross negligence and violation of its treaty obligations in launching this rocket knowing the core stage was going toContinue reading ““Can” is a Tricky Word”

Grandma’s Bowls

Being up unexpectedly early, I thought I would play around with Python and Pulsar, but apparently I need more coffee for that. Instead, I’ll tell another equipment story… First, this is a different grandmother: Rita not Erna (terminology aside, they were sisters). Throughout several years of grade school, Rita made bread for my peanut butterContinue reading “Grandma’s Bowls”