Monthly Archives: October 2016

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Finished the flood damage to the south fence yesterday evening. Cleaned the creek back several yards. I’ll probably start on the north fence sometime next week. It appears I’ll need to tear out fifty yards or so and clear debris, … Continue reading

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Thursday, October 20. 2016

Finally. The computer seems fixed. I’ve gotten rid o the last of the calves, finally. And, with any luck, I’ll get back to my planned fiction weekly. It’ll satisfy me somewhat. And, finally According to Risk Based Security, there have … Continue reading

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Monday, October 10, 2016

Want some support in doubting the saying “Crime doesn’t pay. Analysis in Sunday’s edition of The Eagle showed 70 percent of Kansas lawmakers – or their spouses – benefit from the state’s controversial tax exemption that lets business owners pay … Continue reading

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Sunday, October 09, 2016

Well. Tom Brady will play today. Freakin’ wonder they haven’t made it an official holiday or something else ridiculous. The following is something that was inevitable, I suppose. What with the way women have been wanting traditional men’s jobs. It … Continue reading

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Saturday, October 08, 2016

I’ve been a Republican since the first time I’ve voted.. The thing that solidified that was walking into the voting place and being asked by a friend how I was voting. I replied I thought I’d vote the republican ticket … Continue reading

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Friday, October 07, 2016

You know that dry creek I talk about. Sure you do. Well, it started raining Wednesday  night. And it rained alll night. Then it rained all day Thursday. By Thursday evening that dry creek was twelve feet deep in running … Continue reading

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Thursday, October 06, 2016

Researchers have found that Wi-Fi signals can be used to identify humans and monitor what they are doing. By noting how the radio signals are deformed by peoples’ activities, software can “see” what a person is typing, or even read … Continue reading

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