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Monday, May 18, 2009

Apple Cult Hits State Street, Santa Barbara

I looked online for a “Top Ten List of Things People Say They Will/Would Never Do” and wasn’t very successful. I am pretty sure I have done a number of these “things”… repeatedly. What makes my mind wander down such dark alleyways you may wonder? Probably not, but I will tell you anyway, after all you have read this far.                 I got up Saturday morning, May 16 at...

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Thursday, April 02, 2009


Its been about a year and a half and high time to get back on that blogging horse.... Obviously I have been a bit distracted over that time ;)

Should be plenty of irritations.... taxes going up ...particularly in California...  New administration continuing to spend money like crazy.....Cowboys dumping TO..... Where to start.....

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Mars is warming too...


Looks like human activity on Earth is causing global warming on Mars.... Scientists can be just as bad as religious nuts and political extremists...

Last year there were dire hurricane predictions for our country but wonder how many hit land?  Ah.... 0 (that’s a zero).

It’s a good idea to pollute less and consume less energy but scare tactics and blatant lies are not the answer.

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Canada or Bust...

Canada has a policy (like most countries) where certain crimes are considered more "serious" then in the country where the crime was actually committed.  If you have committed a DUI offense in the US you may be surprised to find out that DUI is a felony in Canada and you are technically inadmissable to the country.  Its a long drawn out process to get the offense "forgiven", in my limited experience give it at the very least 6months but closer to a year to process.

What I can tell you is that (at least Vancouver Airport) seems to have a "dont ask dont tell" policy.  I had a bunch of paperwork with me and ready to give it a good fight (to get an emergency imigratation visa) but the question never came up.  I assume that depending on the officer and the size of the line and your individual "vibe" its a roll of the dice for you to get in or not.  I will report on how long the process takes complete ... so perhaps by November I will be forgiven by the Great Country of Canada...