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Photo Mystery

This photo was shot with the iPhone X using the Moment 10mm Macro Lens1 . So, the million dollar question is: What is it? What is it? Here are some hints: It can and does get very cold when it is in use.It was a successfully funded a Kickstarter project.It has four different parts–well, maybe five.Each part has a specific… Continue reading

Chris Joss Rocks My Sonos & Spotify

Chris Joss (November. 2004) I have to say that I am rather shocked to realize that I have never blogged about Chris Joss! I accidentally discovered his music a few years ago when I was searching for Christopher Cross’s music in my iTunes library. I had not noticed that I was actually searching the iTunes Store and not my personal… Continue reading

Funko Pop Breaking Bad: Walter White Deconstructed

This is the Funko Pop Breaking Bad Walter White at the end of the series. He has been deconstructed, as I call it. He is full on a horrible human being. You can call it FuPo-BrBa-WaWh for short. This particular Funko Pop shows Walter wearing his bad ass glasses and hat. To Funko Pop’s credit, the included the eyes on… Continue reading

Funko Pop Breaking Bad: Walter White

One of the greatest first episodes on TV, in my humble opinion, is the first episode of Breaking Bad1 . Without even a second’s hesitation, the viewer is instantly and abruptly swept into the story in the first few moments of the episode. And then the story begins to unfold, explaining the dramatic opening sequence. Image from Episode 1 of… Continue reading

Speed Binge Watching TV

I have “invented” a new form of binge watching TV. I’m calling it Speed Binge Watching™. So what is it, and why would you want to speed binge watch? What Is It Speed Binge Watching is binge watching with a twist. When speed binge watching, you constantly fast forward through entire scenes. This is typically done by holding down the… Continue reading

Chillin’ on the CO River, the El Dorado Ghost Town, and the Valley of Fire

We recently took a short trip out west (at the end of 2018). One of these days I’ll post a photo/video album from the trip. We both really enjoyed it, but we both really enjoy the unique beauty found in the American desert. El Dorado Ghost Town This first photo is comprised of two pictures stitched together into one. I… Continue reading

Out and About on Atlanta’s Beltline

This afternoon we did two new things: we ate at Surin of Thailand on Highland Avenue, and we went for a 4 mile round-trip walk along the midtown Beltline’s Eastside Trail. Eastside Trail Map Lunch I only ate at Surin of Thailand once–about two decades ago. Back then I ordered something that was so hot and spicy, I never wanted… Continue reading