Monthly Archives: December 2015
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 510 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it … Continue reading
There is nothing quite so beautiful as the cold, clean air of the wind coming of the mountains. In comparison to the horse dung filled streets of Beunos Aires the days spent traveling with Hector and the two gauchos were … Continue reading
The sitting room of the hotel was modest, completely serviceable without the opulence of high society, yet classy enough that it would discourage low class rabble from lingering on the premises. The young lady in black sat at a table, … Continue reading
Francis and George were quite a pair, having left Africa and found themselves in Argentina and looking to go deeper to Patagonia, Francis happy to at least be in the correct hemisphere as his destination, and George simply wandering about … Continue reading
“Here they come!” Shouted a Color Sergeant, “First Rank Ready!” Over a hill to the south, a massive wave of black bodies came moving forward. Hide shields and long spears held by a human wave. High in a tower, in … Continue reading
Three of the most powerful science fiction films without the words “Star” and “Wars” in their title, at least in terms of critical review, have been “Elysium”, “The Hunger Games”, and “In Time.” Those three films, or franchises in the … Continue reading
Lets do this again next year.