Welcome to my blog, where I post infrequently about books I'm reading, cool things I've found on the internet, poems I've liked, and other things that catch my attention.
I picked this up at the library book sale a few years ago when I was paying extra attention to the travel section.
Like a lot of people, I'm not always sure what to do in any given situation to avoid getting or transmitting the COVID-19 virus.
I came up with a few questions that, I think, are helping me avoid unnecessary risks.
Note: I wrote this to share with people who, like me, might be a little too laid-back about preventing COVID-19 transmission. If you are already anxious or over-anxious about the virus, please close this window, NOW, and go look at comforting cute animal videos or calming pictures of trees.
A friend told me Thursday morning that KFOG was shutting down for good - and they were doing a day-long farewell broadcast, featuring lots of Ten at Ten episodes and Live from the Archives sets. Thanks to him, I was able to tune in and listen to almost the whole day. It brought back a lot of memories.
Just before I went to bed, it occurred to me that it might be cool to put together a quick website commemorating the station and especially its golden age.
Friday morning, I registered the domain and started building.
I've been watching some of the SpaceX launches lately, and on the latest one, the announcer kept talking about the satellites being deployed from the dispenser.
All I can think of when I hear the word "dispenser" is, of course, Pez dispensers.
I am quite tickled at the idea of a spaceship-sized Pez dispenser dropping satellites into space.