Dating Fails: I WANNA GO HOME

Even after 25 years of marriage, shopping is one of the most mind numbing activities that I can do with my wife.

Fortunately she usually takes mercy on me and shops with her friends instead. But every now and then we end up in a mall. I would be the guy on the right. Hoping that I’ve got enough charge on my phone to make it through the ordeal.

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Words of Wisdom: More Advice from Sagan

If you’ve never read or heard any of Carl Sagan’s works, you really need to open yourself up to the reality of reality.

There is more wonder in science than anywhere else that I’ve ever seen. It’s bigger and smaller than anything you know, it provides you with the tools to understand what you are seeing. This does not remove wonder, it enhances it.

When I look out at the majesty of the Milky Way Galaxy, it is infinitely more astonishing to me that every pinpoint of light is another sun or bunch of suns around which may be any number of planets and moons than if it were just a pretty glowing thing in the sky.

You grow and learn, childish beliefs and wonders fall by the wayside in favor of more sophisticated and infinitely more wondrous experiences.

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I Vote for Mars 2016

Don’t get me wrong, I love the Olympics. But I have no illusions that it does anything positive for the economies of the hosting countries. In fact I suspect that the ultimate cost to a country of the Olympics is far, far greater than any space mission would cost if they could be bothered participating. I just get peeved when folks start trying to tell me that the Olympics (or any new stadium for that matter) will do anything but suck money out of a city.

Just be honest, these provide entertainment, not prosperity, and we can all get along..

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