“Mail call!” The 1MC* aboard the USS Marvin Shields sent out the call and a dozen division mail clerks scurried to pick up the mail for the sailors in their Division.
“He’ll never get an opportunity like that again, and it was taken away for what?” Uhler said.
Umm… how about “Public Safety”?
So there I was, two days into a four-day vacation visiting my uncle and cousins who I’d not seen in forty years. I was looking at a menu and realizing that although I’ve become much prouder and more atune with my Mexican heritage, that I was still, in many ways, “pocho.”
A while back I wrote a small piece about actors who seem to play law enforcement officers more than once. I just came across another member of the club: Alana De La Garza (Twitter, IMDB). She is currently playing Clara Seger on Criminal Minds: Beyond Border. Prior to that, she played NYPD officer Jo Martinez on TV show… Continue reading Once a cop… Pt 2.
A while back, I had a Twitter “conversation” with Daniel Garza of the The Libre Initiative. After a few back-and-forths, Daniel stated that I was spreading the “biggest lie about Obamacare” when I stated that the GOP had not provided any counter-proposals to Obamacare. Daniel suggested that I Google “Republican alternatives to Obamacare.” I said… Continue reading The myth about GOP alternatives to Obamacare
The United States of America prides itself on being a nation of laws. We elect our leaders by popular vote (mostly). Our government (federal, state and local) creates laws and regulations that aim to serve to better our lives and community. Yet, as we peel back the veneer on which we base our pride, we… Continue reading Justice for All? Not really
My dad’s not doing well. I realize that the number of days I have with him are rapidly dwindling. It’s all part of the circle of life.
So I was watching a show on TV and noticed that an actor was playing a police officer. Not too unusual. But then I remembered that I had previously seen that same actor play a police officer in a different show. So I did some research and it’s interesting to note just how many actors… Continue reading Once a cop, always a cop
NBC Olympics requires a cable subscription in order to view online content. I don’t have a cable subscription and neither do millions of people. So NBC has decided that those of us in this situation do not need to view the Olympics. This isn’t right, but (for now) there’s not a lot we can do.
For the last three months, I’d been doing some Microsoft Dynamics CRM administrating. If you read my previous post, you’ll see that I was not enjoying things. Well, Microsoft Dynamics CRM has won the battle of wills. I have decided to move on to more (mostly) familiar ground and do some e-Commerce programming. So… what… Continue reading Yet Another Change (or how Microsoft CRM got the better of me)