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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“Element Electronics Tuesday announced the grand opening and initial production of its new flat screen TV factory in Detroit.”
Excellent review of Element TVs
The Disgruntled One received permission to copy and paste the following essay.
Obtained from a post at the Iraq Veterans Against the War the original can be found at this link:
The very real possibility of a New American Revolution
Written by Joshua Church his biography follows his essay.
October 7, 2013
A sad day, folks. Our “Mystery Man” has passed on to that “Great Mystery” that is beyond our senses and this plane of existence.
Read the sad news———> HERE
May your journey be wonderful, Sir. You will be remembered.
Hello people. Thank you for dropping by. This update is to share with all that our Today show “mystery man” is still around. Today it is October 22, 2012 and the Today show outside camera just panned the crowd of onlookers and there he was, pointing at the camera as it passed close-by.
Hooray!!!!!!!!!!!! Our intrepid man of mystery is still among us!!!
From the article appearing on this Web site:
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The article telling the tale of Linny Boyette can be found by clicking on his name <— back there.
The excellent article is repeated here to assist Web surfers in finding it and to assist in ensuring the article is saved if it should be “lost” due to a hard-drive failure or whatever where the original is stored.