Calling It Quits

My blog, TimTyson.US, has been “in business” now for 15 years. That’s sort of amazing to me. But the expression “in business” is not accurate. I make no money at all from my blog–never have. In fact, very much the opposite. Having an independent blog without any advertising costs money–increasingly, too much money. It’s also becoming increasingly complex1. The Data… Continue reading

Old Navy Tried to Rip Me Off

I prefer to wear inexpensive, non-branded/non-logo clothes1 . My avoidance of over-priced merchandise is a silent economic/political statement on my part. Last week I checked Old Navy online to see if some specific pants and shirts were in stock at the Old Navy flagship store in San Francisco. According to their website, only one item was available for in-store pickup.… Continue reading

Pete For President

I’ve blogged before about Pete Buttigieg just after first discovering his interest in running for the Democratic Party’s candidate for US President. This past Sunday he officially declared his candidacy. Every time this young man opens his mouth, I am impressed. He’s not just articulate, exceptionally full of thought, deeply inquisitive, casting a view to the long term consequences of… Continue reading

One of Our Favorite Atlanta Restaurants

EATaliano has delicious food, good music (weekends often feature a live soloist or small group), and good service. Their quality is consistent. They also have a delivery service within a certain distance of their restaurant. I also personally love the decor of the restaurant which prominently features a couple of large pictures. I’m talking wall-sized photos. With the tables and… Continue reading