Wandering the Web I seek information, facts, opinions, ideas, attitudes… the many varied aspects of humans interacting with everything clustered upon this planet.
Our minute speck of stuff embedded in a huge universe.
From a different viewpoint we are a huge speck made up of innumerable tiny pieces such as atoms and all the even tinier pieces that join together to create atoms.
“I tell ya, that school’s tough. It’s got the only school newspaper with it’s own obituary section.”
Thanks to “tankjr” for an awesome sentence worth placing in another spot to assist the masses in reading it.
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Do only that which is right… the credo of the Universal Life Church (ULC).
“The Universal Life Church has no traditional doctrine. We as an organization believe in that which is right. Each individual has the privilege and responsibility to determine what is right for themselves, as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others. We do not stand between you and your God. We are active advocates of the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America.
“WE ARE ADVOCATES OF THE GOOD LIFE! We want to be competent, to be proficient, to be cooperative, to love our fellow man, to appreciate, to be humble, to be honest, to be moral, to live positively, to be what we profess.”
Universal Life Church, Headquarters
601 Third St. Modesto, CA 95351
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30am – 4:00 pm
“Element Electronics Tuesday announced the grand opening and initial production of its new flat screen TV factory in Detroit.”
Excellent review of Element TVs
There’s a Krispy Kreme outlet in the “main drag” of town where behind the glass wall you can observe the doughnut-making process in all its electro-mechanical glory.
In my younger days when I could consume massive quantities I shunned a couple meals and entered the all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet in Concord, California.
Mighty fine food, much better than typical Chinese buffet grub.