Archive for the 'Travel' Category

Incognito Bullying In Dallas by Jackass from Indiana Yesterday I made it to early services to hear preacher Gordon Dabbs talk about making decisions in life. Little did I know that about two minutes after leaving the church building and less than a mile away I would be faced with what surely was a life […]

The Auburn Tennessee Game 2013 I once spent an hour and a half trying to get OUT of the upper deck of Neyland Stadium in Knoxville after Auburn had taken a beating from the Tennessee Vols at home. The view from the upper deck was amazing as 100,000-plus people watched the game. And so it […]

Spider Webs Over Mesquite, Texas If you live in North Texas, chances are you peered up into the heavens on this beautiful, blue-sky day and stopped in amazement. It’s not windy today and yet the sky is full, and I mean full, of these massive spider webs that are floating past.  Thing is, some of […]

Facebook We Have A Problem–SNAZUed Once Again There is a blog post coming about changes in my life that have been able to happen because of Facebook. But this is going to be a post about how Facebook is messing with me and not for good reason. You see, eight weeks ago today I made […]

Another Weather Forecast Error in Dallas—SNOW It snowed here in the DFW area this morning. Twenty-four hours ago, indeed, even 16 or so hours ago, it wasn’t even in the forecast. Now there were predictions that I noted on FB briefly that were for Saturday and Sunday that evaporated as soon as they were posted.  […]

Over on Facebook, I’m part of “I Survived KI Sawyer AFB,” and having lots of fun reconnecting with old friends and hearing stories about a place that our government has closed now that the Cold War is over. But in the day, KI Sawyer AFB was an amazing place. And it’s where I feel like […]

UPDATE: April 9, 2012, 10:00 a.m. CDT: From @StateFarm on Twitter: “Sorry you received a misdirected phone call. We do not use Twitter as a lead generator.” Prank Call from State Farm Insurance After Tweet During Final Four During the final days of the Final Four 2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, I tweeted to State […]

I’ve done a lot of things in my professional career, but I have to tell you, running a campaign is fast becoming a daily agonizing process but I know in my heart, we’re going to meet our goal and make something very big happen around the world–begin producing a series of Interactive Books for […]

I am proud to announce that on, my @Archeoastronomy project, The Wonders Expedition, has launched a project to raise $57,766 in the next 34 days to help fund an exciting expedition to Machu Picchu in Peru so that we can gather HD video and hi-resolution photographs and anecdotal stories and create one of the […]

Ever since he was on The Grammy’s last week, Glen Campbell‘s Gentle On My Mindhas been on mine. Who would have thought the irony would come to play when he found this song so many years ago and made it his forever?  He has Alzheimer’s and is on a farewell tour. I can’t tell you […]

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