...you can snail mail a damn check! I like having options in my hip pocket. Technology is nice, but not bullet proof.
...paper don't dump. The IRS just might need to be shown some of that crap someday.
...of the nasty pre-cancerous crappy spots that my dermatologist keeps removing from the skin covering my chakras.
...these symptoms: "headaches, dizziness, nausea, severe tiredness, brain fog, disorientation and loss of appetite, loss of balance, inability to concentrate, loss of creativity" It's affecting me here in SoCal! Brain fog; good line, that!
When I installed my sub panel, code specifically PROHIBITED a ground rod at that location. All grounds are supposed to be tied to the one at the main panel. I read up on the theory (22 years ago) and it made sense, but I can't recite it now.
...'Prospero Ano Nuevo'. (won't permit the tilde)
...the political movement that Howard Scott started.
... of the automotive analogy.
... long-term vibration?
... but my brother has seen all the associated specialized apparatus for construction, including the autoclaves. All remains unused, as it is a bit too small for the follow-on projects. The accounting ramifications must be stupefying.
... yesterthink will prevail. Until they fail.
... a live DJ (Bill) plays an eclectic (and mind-expanding) mix of music. Back when I was a kid, we had Progressive Rock on FM radio; powered by steam, IIRC.
around the third/fourth grade I began omitting the word 'God' from the (US) Pledge of Allegiance. I felt it had no damn business there, and still do. And I remain a patriot. And support strict interpretation of the Constitution of the United States of America. Now the (off-topic) flamebait: Explain to me the difference between John Ashcroft and the Taliban members. After all, he used a specious constitutional argument to force his religious views against Oregon's right-to-die law. Religious freedom AND states rights; shot to hell.