Thursday, July 23, 2015

Reboot The Suit

You know me. I love aviation and by default SPACE!!!

So,  I think this project to restore and preserve Neil Armstrong's space suit is a great campaign.
It afford us, the common American, to get involved and help protect a vital piece of national heritage and historical significance.

If you're like me and just the mere sight of rockets, space shuttles and space suits sends your mind traveling into orbit; then I hope you'll get involved and be part of this endeavor.

Monday, February 09, 2015

Glam-Rock and Vettes

Every once in a while, two or three of the things I love the most, come together. On this occasion, Vettes, Rock&Roll and America kinda get rolled in together.

Paul Stanley of KISS talks about his love for American cars and the beauty of the new Vettes.
I love hearing things like these. Gives a bit of internal fuel and confirmation that I'm not the only only one who cares for the same things.  Rock on and enjoy your Vette Paul!

Read about the piece here

Friday, February 06, 2015

Good News of the Day

It has been a really long time since I've been here and actually put something down on a page.
Many, many things has happened since my last time. It seems that the news is overwhelmingly saturated with the bad stuff, the stuff that sells.

Well, I think that for my own sanity and to boost my faith and belief  in people, I've decided to start including the "GOOD" stuff. The stuff that sometimes gets buried or hidden away in the mountains of media.

After all, it seems that it is more important to know what the hell Kim or Bruce are doing with their pathetic lives than an actual feel good story.

Anyway, here's the story (or link to) of a person who deserves some attention and some good fortune. Cheers to you Mr. James Robertson!!!

Detroit worker who walks 20  miles to work, gets a car!

Sunday, December 21, 2014

F-35 Lighting

Well, this is another first in Naval Aviation.

The US Navy just landed their new 5th gen. fighter on board an iconic aircraft carrier.
History was made aboard the USS Nimitz on November 3/14 off the coast of  San Diego, marking a key milestone for the U.S. Navy and naval aviation in general.

Great news and an awesome new fighter! ...I still miss the F-14 Tomcats.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Beautiful Courage

Beauty was lost today, but a life was saved.
I'm talking about Angelina Jolie's tough decision to undergo a double mastectomy.That must have been a heart wrenching and emotional odessy. I can't imagine for one second having to make that choice but in the end she chosed life.

My dearest aunt also made that choice, it was too late for her. She succumbed to that insidious disease, that takes away from millions of women of their womanhood and often their lives.
Why does it have to be like that?

I know, "everything that can be done, its being done..." Well, it doesn't seem to be enough. We are in the age of every day wizardry . Why can we attack that dreadful killer with all of our ingenious might and eradicate it once and for all?
Why is it taking millions and millions of dollars and still no cure?
I wish I knew.

But I intend to do my level best to contribute to the elimination of that cancer and to preserve the glorious beauty of breasts. I don't want to see my friends or family members suffer physically or emotionally. I love breasts and love women. I want them to be around forever.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Lots of crazy, welcome and unwelcome stuff has happened since last I posted few months ago. But, now things seem to be somewhat stable again... ssshhh...don't jinx it! is back online once again. Yeah, it is better and bigger than before. I have to thank the new platform for the easy-ness of transition. I like the old look quite a bit, but since it was hard coded, it was a pain to update. Specially some of the images. Now, it is breeze!

I'm hoping that the new SEO will kick in and start producing results. I'm excited to be able to do something great with the site. Not only because of the obvious reasons but actually put out some helpful information.

As I mentioned somewhere in an earlier post; this is one of the 3 things that feeds my passion and gives me reason to get up and lose myself in the computer.

I hope everyone will enjoy it a bit better. It still needs some work. But as with any great endeavor, it is a work in progress.

Come and join me, send some of your images and let's on the map!

Alabama Again!

Well, it has been a little while since I was here last. But it looks like good things has happened. One of them is of course the greatest, football team on the land. Alabama Crimson Tide!

Yeah, they won ... again!
It is fantastic what these guys have done. Specially Nick Saban. I have to handed to him. He never smiles but, man he can definitely win championships.

I have to admit. I was lookig forward for a closer contest, but when I got into it, I was hoping we would have gotten to 49. But, it was good to see that Notre Dame made it to the Bowl. I do like the Irish.

Anyway, big belated congratulations to The Crimson Tide!

Saturday, September 08, 2012

Congrats Alabama

Roooollll Tiiiiiiiiiidde!!

Really not much to say about this game.

Check out the Alabama 2012 Scores and Schedules 

A beautiful redhead rides the amazing Twin Turbo Z06 Vette

Well, this post really doesn't need a hell of a lot of introduction or words. The video says it all. This is from a post back in March 2012 but it doesn't hurt to watch it again...and again and again....

Watch the video here

Friday, September 07, 2012

Breast Cancer Ad

This is a great and pointed TV advertisement from the that aired on Sept 5th in Scotland.

The TV ad reads "Elaine C Smith fronts 'shock' cancer campaign". The ad also says that it is a "World's First", because the actress Actress Elaine C. Smith who lost her mother to breast cancer promoted this bold and refreshing campaign.

Wow, finally someone (organization) who wasn't afraid to "offend" the fragile sensitivities of a segment of the population.

This is a £30 million Scottish Government effort to increase the number of early cancer detection in that country.

Scotland's Health Secretary  Nicola Sturgeon said that the promotion was intended to be “hard-hitting” to ensure the health message was heard. “This is ground-breaking and hard-hitting.

I'm glad that organizations and governments such as these, are taking bold steps to prevent and cure this mortal decease.

Kudos to Scotland!