Wednesday, 16 July 2014

07:57 - I’m still cranking away on new kit manuals. Everything always takes longer than I expect it to, but the important thing is to keep moving forward every day and every week.

Speaking of moving forward, I need to get another big batch of chemical bottles labeled.


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12 Responses to Wednesday, 16 July 2014

  1. Chad says:

    I’ve heard writers can easily be distracted and so some writers will have PCs with no Internet and only a word processor installed so they can stay focused. I’ve always toyed with the idea of writing, but I just don’t have the attention span for it. I’d get to about the second chapter and then move on to some new interest.

      

  2. Robert Bruce Thompson says:

    That’s never been a problem for me. When I’m writing, I write. It’s true that I can no longer write as steadily and for as long as I used to. Nowadays, I can do maybe two or three hours solid, after which I need to take a break or do something else.

      

  3. Lynn McGuire says:

    “The Coming Microsoft Cultural Revolution”
    http://www.cringely.com/2014/07/15/coming-microsoft-cultural-revolution/

    I just wish that they would stop messing with the Windows user interface.

      

  4. Robert Bruce Thompson says:

    I just wish they’d go away.

      

  5. OFD says:

    “I just wish they’d go away.”

    No kidding. But now I gotta ramp up on Windows study, also Cisco, ’cause dat’s all the IT jobs that have been showing up around here for the past few months. And I still only wanna do this stuff for another couple of years, tops. We just need the money to provide a cushion for the transitions.

      

  6. MrAtoz says:

    Someone posted this comment on an article about NYPD arresting a lady for videoing them. Sums up libturds nicely:

    HERE ARE SIX CONUNDRUMS OF LIBERALISM:
    1. America is capitalist and greedy – yet half of the population is subsidized
    2. Half of the population is subsidized – yet they think they are victims.
    3. They think they are victims – yet their representatives run the government.
    4. Their representatives run the government – yet the poor keep getting poorer.
    5. The poor keep getting poorer – yet they have things that people in other countries only dream about.
    6. They have things that people in other countries only dream about – yet they want America to be more like those other countries.

      

  7. MrAtoz says:

    I see more States (CT, MD) don’t want illegal rugrats dropped off in their back yards. Any State with a Federal airstrip is SOL in my opinion. OdooshBaaG will just fly them in on Airforce jets and dump away with orders to feed, house, cloth and educate them forever. I wonder if any base commanders will say no to the CinC. Good way to start the revolution.

      

  8. OFD says:

    Libtard conundrums, indeed; and here’s the thing; the smarter ones among them know they’re illogical but push them anyway, as a means to a final neo-Marxist paradise. The dumbos don’t even see the illogic and just repeat the chit like robots. We have some of that going on among the “conservatives,” those who sit glued to Fox and CNN night after night and then repeat the neocon garbage from those sources like robots. People need to kill their damn tee-vees.

    “I wonder if any base commanders will say no to the CinC.”

    Extremely doubtful; not if they wanna make full bird or get a star. Or a second star. Last real maverick that I know of was the late Colonel John Boyd:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Boyd_(military_strategist)

    The late Colonel Robin Olds was another, but when he got moved to the Pentagon he had to knuckle under to the perfumed princes.

    And here is the regime calling or attempting to call some more shots in the world:

    WSJ: “Justice Department investigating lost IRS emails.”

    Gee, maybe when they get done with that (whitewash) they can then investigate all those failed hard drives with critical email and documents on them, too. (here at the OFD household we’re paying a monthly tax nut on a principal that rises each time, regardless; next up, a tax lawyer for these fucking loan shark sons of bitches).

    WSJ: “U.S. imposes sanctions on Russia’s Gazprombank, Novatek, Rosneft, VEB.”

    Sure. We’ll kick major ass over in Russia on their banks so our own banksters can go on tanking the world economy, destroying American national sovereignty, and collecting more huge, fat bonus checks every couple of months.

      

  9. Chad says:

    I heard on the news they’re paying families like $6,000/month to house the immigrant children. That’s pretty steep. You don’t get that kind of money when you foster a kid that has tons of behavior problems. $6,000 is probably max per household and not per child, but still.

    http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/fox-and-friends/blog/2014/07/16/ad-offers-more-6000-month-house-foreign-minors

      

  10. Lynn McGuire says:

    If we had just passed an amnesty bill then we would not have this “undocumented migrant” problem:
    http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2014-07-16.html

    “Suspiciously, liberals’ wailing about a “humanitarian” crisis began immediately after Sen. Chuck Schumer emerged from a meeting with Democratic number-crunchers figuring out exactly how many more Latin American voters they’ll need to take Texas and Florida.”

    “We need to discourage people coming to America for amnesty, by passing amnesty!”

    This is all about turning Texas blue.

      

  11. Robert Bruce Thompson says:

    Yeah, well, by the time they get there, if they ever do, it’ll be far too late.

      

  12. OFD says:

    They do it out of love..they do it out of love…they do it out of love…

    Question any of this and you are (choose):

    1.) A racist

    2.) A bigot

    3.) A xenophobe

    4.) A nativist

    5.) An elitist

    6.) A hater

    7.) All of the above

      

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