This is how I‑80W going to San Francisco looks like on a rainy, Saturday night with Fastrak. Saves A LOT of time to cross the toll plaza. You gotta love it!
Memos from January 2006
A Game of Weights and Balances by stechico.
Boy oh boy. Another week, another Tuesday. Since when did my weeks become so long yet so short? Long, in terms that the weekend is a stretch; short, in terms of not getting to do a lot of stuff that I’d want to get done, or started with. I’m telling you, it’s all a conspiracy. Something is messing up our time on this great Earth. It seems to happen after high-school.
But alas, nothing like a nice game of bowling to take your worries away. Although a “peaceful” sport, you can get more stressed out just trying to knock two pins (a split) over one. And we thought we got “simplicity” figured out. What does the value “less is more” hold in this game? Nada.
Oh boy. Bowling. A game you think you know, but you have no idea.
Working for “The Man” by stechico.
It was just interesting seeing and thinking about this after the first time I saw it. It led me to think about everything I/we absorb in our everyday lives from walking on this green Earth. Whats true and false? Are we just a part of “The Matrix”? What would you do if you were given a choice to take the red or blue pill? Things to ponder.
You see, I’m not really a political-type. I guess its those days spent conversing with politically minded peers and college professors who had somewhat a different view on things in our Society. One thing is for sure though, we all should think for ourselves. Knowledge is FREE.
There is a lot to be learned from our world, as well as each other. You just got to keep your mind open. Well, I guess that’s one of Life’s great mysteries. We just have to find out one day at a time. May your journey allow you to seek truths—starting with your own person.
PS. I LOVE ALL PEOPLE!
Note: Actual photo came from ESPN/Boxing Photo Wire.
Besides the great and tasty food that they offer,
Asha Osha — Thai Restaurant has a lot of elephant figurines/statues as decor. This set was a “double-take.”
After calling it “Asha” for the past few months, I finally got the correct spelling from a friend. It’s actually “Osha”.