I find numbers fascinating. As a matter of fact, when I was a young boy at a parochial school, I was known for taking out books on “mathematics” from our library. Unfortunately, when I hit high school, I hit an arithmetic wall and the joy of doing math equations gave way to the reality of … Continue reading How Much Is Enough? – 06.05.2015 –
Frank Sinatra was born in 1915 and two of my favorite writers, Pundette and Mark Steyn, are celebrating for the entire year. Mark Steyn explains: Frank Sinatra was the most influential popular singer of the 20th century – not just because of a six-decade career of big hit records, but because his taste in music … Continue reading An exquisitely civilizing moment: Sinatra and Jobim
I can see what the NYT is more respected than mere bloggers, We just cover the speeches of presidential candidates, their Q & A with voters and how those voters think, while the NYT gets to the thing that really matter when picking a president Marco Rubio and His Wife Cited 17 Times for Traffic … Continue reading What’s Benghazi Clinton Emails & Money vs Rubio’s Traffic Tickets?
The Doctor: (screwdriver buzzes moving frantically ) It’s all wrong. President Obama taking questions from the press? The press challenging him on issues? The TARDIS taking us to Washington when we are supposed to be in Bermuda… Rory: You’ve got to admit that last one isn’t unusual. the Doctor Obama and the Press Corps … Continue reading The War Doctor & Election 2016 Part Two the MSM/Left’s Dilemma