Saturday, December 29, 2007

Year in Review

2007 wasn't a good year for too many people!

Thank Buddy the Doxie for the great pic
I finally got some comments. It only took two years! You popular bloggers out there don't know how lucky you all are! I'd like to publicly thank SnaggleTooth for her assistance.
I had a quiet year working my butt and brain off in order to survive in mediocrity.

At least the sea level hasn't risen alot yet, even though the glaciers are known to be melting near the North and South poles. I'm still wondering if the Emperior Penguins will survive this year.

Even though "Global Warming" has been excalating, it's still pretty nasty freezing here lately! I want my own wind turbine so I don't need to pay for power or heat anymore.

I need alot more money to pay the bills!

Will enough change in the U. S. of A. politically to make 2008 a better year for me and all my buddies? Can any new President better the economic difficulties faced in mainstream work finding? Will somebody please stop this stupid war based on misunderstanding and hate?

Can my world ever change to the point where I can afford to live well on earnings of my brain power? Currently I'm surviving without having to lie, or do something unethical, or illegal. Just barely, by the skin of my teeth. I want to be paid for my talents, but the jobs do not exist.

2008 give us a fighting chance to excel!

Sunday, April 01, 2007

Good Eggs

One who knows all about you, but loves you just the same, is a true friend. I grew up believing this. Not one of us is perfect 100 percent of the time.

Some one with a good egg can also be taken to mean they have a good brain.

My great, great grandfather who had the exact same name as my father, had a confirmed IQ of 186, an was written about in his early American local paper to have been a genius. I saw a copy of the clip years ago, and was very surprised to learn such a detail of the family history had been hidden away in an old file, unknown all these years until after my parents passing over.

When I was in high school I went to the state Science Fair with a project I declared strongly suggested and proved to me, using several generations of two strains of mice and a maze, that intelligence is a product of genetics and inherited, along with being influenced by environmental factors. But some creatures of the same species, simply genetically lacked the intelligence to learn and remember needed information.

At the time in the 1970's, Genetics was barely understood. In the Catholic school I attended, controlling genetics was considered meddling with God's plan. InVitro or cloning was labeled blasphemous and we were taught it would never happen. I had so many heated arguements with the Science Nun, it wasn't funny! What a way to form objective thinking minds...
Other arguements involved the Earth science of volcanoes and plate tectonics, and that same teacher claimed there would never be an active volcano in our life-time besides Kilowea in Hawaii, that we didn't need to worry about that. That was less than a decade before Mount Saint Helens blew her lid.

I grew up to argue about ocean species declines n greenhouse effects in college. Still profs get caught up in what they think they know, without adjusting for new data and information into the equation as time goes on. I've been worried about the health of Terra Earth since I was a teen-ager.

Just now, thirty years down the road, people are beginning to see what I've been looking at all these years. Hang on, and by all means, learn to tred water...

Monday, November 20, 2006

Aye, Yi, I, Eye

Another B-day has got me feelin old today...

It's like 30 degrees cold out there, yikes!

I designed this hand-painted Alphabet Letter "I inside a side-Eye" with black paint on a white board, then scanned it in, cleaned it up, covered it with a Hot-wax filter in Paint-Shop-Pro, resized it, n now like it better than the clean original... I use it as a unicorn eye inside a whole other black n white design.

Well, I guess a few more folks have clicked here by accident but still, no one has commented! My numbers just skyrocketed this week...

Profile Views 52 !!!!!

- WOW! Last week it was still only 32... Hmmm I wonder who'll take the plunge first- n bravely admit to seeing this?
At this rate, I may run out of eye pics to post here...

Friday, November 03, 2006

Who's Watching?

Doesn't this natural wonder of the Universe really look like an eye?

It's probably a nebula, according to the official NASA website where I found my favorite Hubble-Telescope pic here.
This formation is named "The Eye of God."

The Spacey U.S. Government finally decided this week to repair the hubble for another space-tour-of-duty. If you ask me, I think this image was well worth the last repairs, though it's a creepy thought this could be God's eye...

So I had this blog-buddy who decided to delete his blog because 6 comments weren't enough reward for his efforts, post after post.

"No one commented" he would say...
In other words, I was nobody!

Well really, what nerve! That's what I get for bothering to show I cared enough to keep reading and commenting... then BOOM! - No more to read - CUT-OFF Forever, GONE!
What a warped way to treat devoted fans...

I've been waiting over a year for one lousy comment to show up here, and he thinks he's got something to complain about!
Some people are just stuck above regular folks and believe they are better,
but God knows they're only human. So do I!

Thursday, October 12, 2006

In My Eye

My eyes are VERY dark Blue. A color I call "Twylite blue. This shot from my (now dead) web-cam is 4 years old.

BTW- "S" stands for "secret" in the link from my "real blog..." This blog is a big secret, n quite on the light n airy side. What does it all mean?

I'm waiting it seems like forever from someone to follow that link here n leave a comment... A whole year without a comment, n only 16 profile views at the last check... Pretty sad!

Friday, June 02, 2006

Galaxy Quest

Eye See...
an abstract pic by me,
puter art from the archives of the older machine-

Galaxy Quest was an old movie starring Tim Allen as a TV "Kirk from the Trek" series fake captain, who's recruited to save an alien world by aliens who watched the series n thought he was real...

The quest, or mission, if ya should choose to accept it, is to see how long it takes some one from my real blog, on the other side of the blog galaxy, to find the Black-hole link express leading them here. Of course, the winner would have to leave a comment to prove their existance!

Perhaps this place will remain in un-chartered territory awhile longer, yet!
That's what happens when you hang in the outer-rim...

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Been Away

Ah, James Montgomery again, on the mouth harp at a blues fest in my home village a few years ago. I took the pic, myself back in the good old daze-.

This is only my blog away from the home blog, that I use occassionally, as a spare n test-tube-rat. Kinda affectionately as a telly-tubby, but not the purple one. Pix got placed up here before I got to put more on the old, stuck on written matters one.

Maybe I'll use it for other things some-time.
Now it's still just the schitzo-blah-blog!

I'm pretty surprized after not updating all this time,
Blogger didn't even axe me! This is how I learn experimentally...
I wonder if blogs just linger on forever, like my mom's old web page at does.

I'll be VERY surprized if any of my reg readers at ever even find this!
I've got 4 whole profile views already...
and ZERO comments!

How long will this last...
Hmmm, I think I'll ad a link under an obscure title to the other one, and see how long it takes someone to find it... it's been awhile since I re-signed-up here cause blogger was screwed up one day and wouldn't let me into ExitStageRight...

I noticed some bloggers start-up multiple blogs for different purposes.
I really don't have that kind of time, (yet).
Silly me, I signed up as a whole other user!

Oh, the lenghts we travel just to keep blogging once addicted!