Monthly Archives: June 2005

Woman stabbed to death; man questioned

Woman stabbed to death; man questionedThis happened about 50 feet from where I park my car. The police blocked access while investigating the crime scene until around 8 PM. I didn’t mind the wait, seeing as how they caught the guy and they needed evidence to nail the perp so it won’t happen again. The […]

The Chronicles of Narnia

Last weekend I bought The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis book on tape at a garage sale for 50 cents. I listened to the first tape, but found that the background music made listening seriously difficult. It has been a long time since I last read the book. It is a […]

Why MapQuest Sucks

Why MapQuest Sucks Saturday night Erica and I set the alarm for 4:30 AM so we could get up and go to Adamstown Pennsylvania to the Renninger's and Shupp's Grove flea markets. I didn't sleep as well as I should have and overslept, but we finally got onto the road by 6:25 the next morning. […]

CyberTales available.

I have a story in the CyberTales Anthology. Please click below and buy one or two.CyberTales — Live Wire Presented by Whortleberry Press, here is a collection of 14 Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror short stories that push the boundaries of speculative Fiction. Using communication networks (such as the Internet, computer consoles, and telephone systems) […]

Hello to Caleb Palappillil

Caleb Palappillil, son of Aji and Jophy Palappillil entered this world on June 20. He was 6 pounds 14 ounces and 19 inches long. Mom and Caleb are doing well, but Dad looks a little tired.

Callahan’s Crosstime Saloon Game

This is a freely downloadable version of a computer gain based on Spider Robinson book, Callahan’s Crosstime Saloon. I enjoy Spider Robinson’s books, although they can get old fast if you read too many of them in a row. Here is something to think about. Robert Heinlein consistently predicted the future and was usually about […]

The Solar Sail

They launched the solar sail yesterday. It doesn’t look good. The Russian rocket had some difficulties. If the sail did make it into orbit, they can’t find it. The Solar Sail

The Geoff Hartwell Jam

Last night was the third anniversary of the Geoff Hartwell Jam in Pleasantville, NY. I never go to this jam because it costs $5 to get in and I am a cheap bastard. The email that Geoff sent me, though, included a line: We have NEVER cancelled due to weather because the die hards ALWAYS […]