General Misc.

A life more exciting

Friday, April 11th, 2008

Senator Hillary Clinton’s blatant lie that she had to contend with sniper fire or the threat of sniper fire when she landed Tusla in Bosnia in 1996 could be seen as an example of her rotten, devilish, say-anything, no-good soul. That’s not how I think of the Senator, and I that’s not what I think [...]

Born to fly free

Monday, March 31st, 2008

Here are a few pictures my dad took last summer in the Old Country. A couple of birds were released into the wild by Nordens Ark, an organization that works to preserve and strengthen endangered species.

If it weren’t for drinkers there would be no bottles to recycle

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

De’ fanns plenty of brännvin när kom men när vi gick då var det slut. Amanda gångar sig ut i lunden där får hon se att en ko står bunden Amanda gångar sig hem igen slår upp en nubbe och tömmer den

Premature omelette

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

Spaghetti and ketchup: A most underrated dish

Tuesday, January 1st, 2008

For some reason Americans don’t like to put ketchup on their spaghetti and they seem to recoil at the thought of spaghetti and ketchup sans extras as a legitimate course. Back in the Old Country we labored under the impression that Americans pour ketchup on everything – maybe that’s mostly a Mid-Western thing – so [...]

Accident on I-95 South in Burlington

Sunday, December 9th, 2007

Here are a couple of pictures of a multi-car accident at of the Burlington exits on I-95 South yesterday. It didn’t look too serious, although a small number of emergency vehicle – a firetruck, an ambulance, a couple of cop cars – were at the scene.

I love the taste of watermelon in the afternoon

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006

It tastes like… America. And it helps you beat the heat, too.