Month: August 2022

  • This evening at Pope Farm Conservency…

    This evening at Pope Farm Conservency…

  • We are living at the beginning…

    Interesting perspective. Instead of thinking we are looking at the apocalyplic end of the human experiment we are at the nacient beginning. That changes one’s perspective on who we are today and how we live. I’ve just put “What We Owe the Future” by William MacAskill on hold at the library. It looks like it…

  • I’ve been reading…

    Just finishing “Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World” by Katherine Hayhoe. Not a litany of Inconvenient Truths (Sorry Al, but I did buy and read that one a few years back) but a book about talking about those inconvenient truths. Katherine gave an interesting Ted Talk in…

  • Wanda’s Hundreth

    We were at Wanda’s Hundreth BIrthday today in Holstein, IA and ABC News from Sioux CIty came for an interview. You can see it here: Wanda’s 100th

  • My Question to the Politics War Room

    Al and James, This is from the “No Good Deed Goes Unpunished” department. I won’t blame James for telling me how important it is to pony up cash to support the candidate of my choice because I’ve done it for decades, but I may create a bogus email to avoid what has become Democratic spam.…

  • Just Get Off Your Butts and Vote

    What we hear and see on the media is good for selling papers (now there is an anachronism) but not completely accurate. Usually it is the folk making the most noise that get the most press while the real numbers are more difficult to discern. Using my own swing state as an example, we have…