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Winter Blues

It’s currently snowing heavily for the first time in what seems like the entirety of the winter months. I’m currently silently celebrating the fact I have no reason to step outside today in this mess and I can just sit here in my apartment and do whatever it is I please. 656 more words

Streams Of Thought

The Monk's Kettle / San Francisco, CA

Opened in 2007 Chef/co-owner Adam Dulye delivers sumptuous elevated gastropub fare. Named after the world’s first craft brewers, Belgian Trappist monks, who brewed beer in kettles. 68 more words


“Oil Capital of California” Declares Fiscal Emergency

Source: Wolf Street

Crude oil plunged 4% on Wednesday, with West Texas Intermediate now at a new multiyear low of $44.36 per barrel. Consumers love the cheaper gasoline, and they’re saving their money, and some of them are shifting it to iPhones, food, and whatnot. 195 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Swastikas on a Jewish Fraternity: The Love of the Left?

Opened minded California can accept all kinds of diversity EXCEPT for diversity of opinion. Stray from the path they have set out for you, and you will be attacked. 181 more words

Hate Crimes

Winter Yellows

One of the seasonal wonders of Napa Valley that we look forward to each year is the yellow mustard.  After the first serious rains of winter – usually in January – these bright yellow flowers, knee-high in hight, bloom throughout the vineyards.   16 more words


Walt Disney Concert Hall

This has to be one of my favorite structures I’ve seen in person. This was taken on a quick weekend trip to Los Angeles in 2013. 81 more words



Random number photo 3432 again fell in the middle of a series of shots I took to combine into one. 10 pictures of my wife by the pool in Palm Desert, carefully merged to make it look like she was in several places at once. 72 more words