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Sunday, October 29, 2006


The History of Civilization


It is estimated that the universe is approximately 14 billion years old, the earth is 4.5 billion years old, and that homo sapien has roamed this fuzzy ball for at least 130,000 years. The wonder of it all.

The picture below is a glyph of civilization – first food and trash/then a calendar for figuring out when to do things/then numbers and letters/and finally the concept of time.

All this and heaven too and I love it!


To all that came before us, Bless You.

Who Gnu? Time Change


There is a bit more. This morning marked the advent of daylight savings time, an invention of homo sapien. I have dutifully changed the time on all the clocks downstairs and will work on the upstairs clocks in a bit.

Well actually part of the above is a lie, another invention of homo sapien. I have dutifully changed the time on all the clocks downstairs except the clock shown in the snap above. In order to change the time on that clock you have to take it off the wall and move the plastic facing up to access the hands on the clock. A pain in the butt, another invention of homo sapien.

So to the universal question – what time is it? “It depends on what clock you are looking at.” – Einstein

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Sunday, October 15, 2006




d in D


Hit on Dahlonega the other day. It was enchanting, blues and greens and quaint and curious. Did the AU Museum and bought some magic rocks there. What makes a rock magic? I do and who would deny me?

Upstairs they have a lot of little rooms, nooks and crannies, for evening phun and frolic.

Only the Toes Know


After a quick waltz around the square we lunched upstairs on the porch of The Crescent Moon and watched the world spin by.

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