Commentary

The Ultimate in Pet Feeders

For the small price of 249.00 US, the financially well-endowed and discerning cat owner can buy a feeder with  facial recognition software that can determine who is eating and dispense the right amount, or if the cat is a fat hog, no amount, of food into the bowl.  And who wouldn’t want to watch them […]

Beyond the Edge–Climbing Everest

While languishing on the 6 hour flight to Hawaii, I came across a new film on my video monitor called Beyond the Edge, a documentary and re-enactment of Sir Edmond Hillary’s first successful climb to the summit of Mount Everest in 1953.  I didn’t know much about this story, so I decided to watch it, […]

Ancient art and dinosaurs

Very interesting reading about modern pictures of aircraft and dinosaurs in ancient art. Michael Snyder The Truth February 18, 2014 The history of our planet is far more complex than most people would dare to imagine.  According to the commonly accepted version of history that is taught in high schools and colleges all over the United […]

Grain Brain

I have blogged before about “Losing my Marbles”, a traumatic brain injury and the Paleo diet.  Researchers discovered that a traumatic brain injury can lead to Altzheimers, and the Paleo diet appears to help reduce cognitive decline. Below is an exerpt from an interview with neurologist Dr Perlmutter, author of the New York Times bestseller […]

The Ultimate in Cat Furniture

IO9 has a post out on this German-made cat furniture from Goldtaze. Too nuts to believe without seeing it.  Now I have cats, but every darn thing I have ever bought them has been given away due to no use or peed on. It’s the way of cats.  They would rather watch you suffer the mortification of having tried […]

The Ultimate Sound of Destiny quote

 “The ultimate sound of destiny is but a heart pausing for the next life-beat.” Philosophical richness from memoirsofadragon

Turning 45 #7

I know I have turned 45 when my two favorite spa treatments are tucks and preparation H.