An Old Man Living with His AIs, Good Luck with That

As I might have mentioned previously, I’m not a young man; I’m an old man living with his AIs. That would be artificial intelligence for those of you who’ve never met Alexa or Siri, or had their thermostat randomly talk to you. Read More …

Author Tips, Things I’ve Learned About Successful Writing

Recently, I was asked to provide a few author tips, things that I’ve learned that help one succeed as a writer and published author. Flattered to be asked, I spent some time thinking about it and came up with six Read More …

Electric Cars, Part 2, The Apo-car-lypse

I already wrote one blog about electric cars, but I am now inspired to write about what I’m calling the apo-car-lypse (as in apocalypse for electric cars). My first blog focused mainly on the self-driving electric car. Since that time, Read More …

The Digital Age, Does It Really Make My Life Easier?

We have been living in the digital age for a while now, and I find myself asking, “Myself, does this really make my life easier?” Keep in mind, I’m in that demographic fondly known as the elderly, so I didn’t Read More …

The Holidays During a Pandemic, Should Santa Wear a Mask?

The holidays during a pandemic make for an interesting time this year. Used to be, people would joke about surviving the holidays, as families with the usual foibles got together and sometimes wanted to murder each other. This year, with Read More …

Requirements to Become President of the United States

The legal requirements to become President of the United States are mandated by the Constitution, and include 1) a presidential candidate must be a natural born citizen of the United States, 2) a resident for 14 years and 3) 35 Read More …

My Wife Needs a Job

I’ve done some crazy things during this year-and-a-half long Covid-19 pandemic, but deciding that my wife needs a job in retirement during the pandemic is, by far, the dumbest. Allow me to explain. My wife needs a job My wife Read More …

Hurricanes Gone Wild

In the past two years, I’ve discovered the meteorological phenomenon of hurricanes gone wild. Allow me to explain. Two years ago, my wife retired and decided she wanted to be a beach girl. Until said time, I hadn’t had much Read More …

I Taught Three Daughters to Drive, and Lived to Tell the Tale

I taught three daughters to drive, and lived to tell the tale. Raising three daughters was a delight when they were small. I got down on the floor and played tickle with them, wrestled with them, read to them, played Read More …

Pandemic Snacking…I Ate the Whole Thing

The Covid-19 pandemic appears to be winding down, and I’m reflecting on how I survived the quarantine and isolation; pandemic snacking. First, how about a little background. I am tall at 6’7”, and when I was young I played sports Read More …