I posted something recently about automobile accidents. In that piece, I wrote, "the two direct causes of crashes are following too closely and distracted driving." I'm going to add a third; selfishness. While patrolling Interstate 225 Friday evening, I was dispatched to a Multi-vehicle Accident [MVA] without injuries. Being dispatched to a crash during rush … Continue reading It’s All Fun And Games Until . . .
I've known a lot of dangerous guys [and gals]. There are millions of people in this world who can brawl, fight, kick butt, and scrap. There's always someone physically tougher and willing to take things to higher level of violence. How is strength measured? What is tough? Who's a badass? There are certainly more examples, … Continue reading What Is Strength?
There were 104 murders in Denver during 2020. Crime here in The Mile High City is out of control. The metro area has become a Mecca for stolen cars and trucks. I recently spent ten weeks towing Stolen/Recovered Vehicles to The Denver Impound. Criminals are not being held in jail or given a bond. Instead, … Continue reading Responding To Crime In Denver
Before I accepted my current employment, I'd been working in the field of Traffic Control for some time. Throughout the last two months with that organization, we'd been working overnight for two months. At the beginning of each shift, we had been expected to stretch for 15-20 minutes as part of our safety meeting. Now, … Continue reading I Missed The Sign
I've lived in Denver, Colorado, for more than 30 years. I moved here at the age of 19, all the way back in the late eighties. During this time, I've seen the city grow and change considerably. I don't recognize Denver any longer. In 2012, the 64th Amendment legalized marijuana in Colorado. Immediately afterward, the … Continue reading Denver, Housing, And Marijuana
First and second sleep. Segmented sleep. Bi-phasic sleep. All terms to describe something very few Americans do these days. Until the end of the nineteenth century, most Americans would divide their sleep into two different intervals, with a 1-3 hour window of activity in between. A few documented activities included: Sewing, reading, sex, and chopping … Continue reading A Few Thoughts On Split Sleep
Have you ever woke up in the middle of the night, inspected the clock, validated you have several hours before the alarm will wail, and then cried out, "woo-hoo or yesssssssssssss?" Okay, something along those lines anyway. For myself, it's always felt like a prize, knowing I can allow my mind to slip back into … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Sleeping Bonus]
What if, Restaurants only allowed those with Vaccination to enter their establishment? What if, Retail Stores only allowed those with Vaccination to enter their establishment? What if your cellphone would be used to prove you've been Vaccinated? What if you couldn't leave your house unless you've been Vaccinated and your cellphone tracked all movements? What … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Search For The Truth]
Each year, 8,000,000 children are reported missing worldwide. Each year, 800,000 children are reported missing in The United States. Some of these kids are found or return home. The question is, where are these children? Where are the rest? Protecting our children is of the highest priority. I've written about this subject over and over … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Child Trafficking & Polygraphs]
There are many Aramaic Translations of The Lord's Prayer. Here is one of them. I thought you might find this interesting. The Lord's PrayerTranslated directly from Aramaic, to English (...rather than, from Aramaic, to Greek, to Latin, to English) O Cosmic Birther of all radiance and vibration! Soften the ground of our being and carve … Continue reading The Lord’s Prayer [Aramaic Translation]