Google has scanned in my book and made a few chapters available online. Somehow the thumbnail picture is the pre-release version. The right cover appears when you click through to the image.
I added my blog feed to both Amazon.com and Facebook.com today. I also added a social bookmark link to my site, www.MikeMoyer.org.
So… if this works my blog will now start appearing on Facebook.com and, starting with this post, on Amazon.com too.
Just for the fun, I’ve added this picture of my son, Anson, and I from last summer (2009).
I tried Popchips today and I was pretty impressed. They are quite tasty and to the untrained consumer (me) they appear to be more healthy than fried chips and more delicious than baked chips. I would be willing to go so far as to say they are as delicious as fried chips, but, I’ve only tasted the originals.
Nice job, Popchips.
Here is my author page on Sourcebooks.com.
The following article was written by my uncle, John Brock, who is a Geo-engineer from Tulsa, Oklahoma. It’s a very succinct argument against Global Warming. Pretty convincing. I don’t feel so bad about not trading in my Clunker now!
I was attracted to the recent Tulsa World Readers Forum article, “Geoengineering: Is it the Solution?” by Law Professor Rex Zedalis because I’ve been practicing Geoengineering for 56 years. The article recapped Geoengineering ideas of how to reduce energy from the sun (and thereby reduce global warming) by various schemes of shielding the earth by using mirrors or clouds of small particles in outer space, etc. This would be the equivalent of having Atlas hold an umbrella between the earth and the sun and just as likely. His intuitive conclusion was correct. DON’T DO IT! Professor Zedalis has lived long enough to suspect an unworkable idea when he sees it. He apparently made his decision based on his experience and his gut feel about the proposals. It would be wonderful if all laymen would do the same without the influence of those infamous witch doctors Michael Moore and Al Gore. Continue reading
The Smart Car has taken America by storm. It’s a great little car, except for the fact that it doesn’t look very cool. I like cool or classic cars or both. The Smart Car gives me neither. It’s not even that unique anymore.
However, this Smart Car is different. They made these for a few years but cancelled production after too many warranty claims. It was never distributed in the US. Why, God? Why???
Drunk guy buying beer. My favorite part is when he grabs the bowl at the end.
My job at Mather LifeWays was announced in the Evanston Review.
I’m in search of a tasty Protein Bar. I’ve tried quite a few. Here are some of my thoughts:
Organic Food Bar- “Protein” Flavor- 22 grams of Protein
Nitro-Tech Hardcore- Strawberry Cheesecake- 30 grams of Protein
Nitro-Tech Hardcore- Pumpkin Pie- 30 grams of Protein
Balance Bar- Yogurt Honey Peanut- 15 grams of Protein
PowerBar Protein Plus- Vanilla Yogurt- 23 grams of Protein
Best taste so far, smooth, kind of creamy
Cliff Builder’s Bar- Peanut Butter 20 grams of Protein
Honest Food Bar– Almond Trail Mix
I bought some kid fishing poles on Woot.com. I’m thinking of getting some gear together and going fishing. Here is a link to the Illinois Fishing Guide. Skokie Lagoons are near my house.