Mysterious, Wise and at Peace: Duncan is just Duncan from Joe Posnanski at NBC Sports: Layup lines don’t end. They dissolve, like rock-and-roll bands. One guy decides to go solo and get his own basketball, another takes a long three-pointer instead of a layup, another refuses to chase the bouncing ball, and without any obvious … Continue reading The Big Fundamental
I watched the last two hours of this VH1 program which I’d seen portions of before today, but had never caught the top 20 songs they cover in the last hour. Although it’s hard to take a list like this seriously which includes Britney Spears in the top 10, the tunes bring back a lot … Continue reading Top 100 Songs of the ‘90s
A few things that have been on my mind the past month since moving from Washington to Utah. One of the best side benefits of moving is not being able to bring everything that’s accumulated in your home over the years. Sure, I’ve had to replace a few items, but starting with a clean slate … Continue reading Since Moving to Utah
My son has been learning the alphabet in pre-school this year. It’s been a struggle at times, and his teacher recommended creating an alphabet chart. Good idea. So I decided to take an alphabet chart and combine it with his favorite game: Minecraft. Here is the result. You’re welcome to download the original PDF file. … Continue reading Minecraft Alphabet Chart
Employees who build these stat panels for MartinLogan are the best at the company. They also put their initials on each one they build so any issues can be traced back to the builder.
A craftsman’s hands touch each lens many times. I assumed most of the work would have been done by machines.
Why does it take 250 hours to paint a Lamborghini? Well, for one thing, no robots are involved.