Blog on updating standard trim

02-May-2017 11:34

First, we have to put things in time brackets: going back 20 years, it would be 1998 (which seems like it happened last Wednesday).

By that time computers were a solid staple of life (Apple started business in 1978), cell phones were getting smarter and the Internet was already universal.

It was a game to see how fast we could go through it. You could buy all manner of paperback books for 25 cents apiece. Nothing here of use to pass along to later generations, except maybe that reading is important. bd I can’t begin to explain why it has been so long since I wrote something here. However, I just looked around and realized a month or more had gone by and I don’t know where it went. It comes as no news to any of us, but I still find it amazing how quickly time changes as you move past life’s mile posts.

The social, cultural and technological changes that have occurred over the past two generations, call it 40 years at two decades per generation, are mind numbing.It’s a nearly-impossible-to-believe Inca ruin in a nearly-impossible-to-believe location that has tugged at my heart strings forever. Go to: Machu Picchu Which is an I-was-there video filmed in an amazing sort of way.However, through the power of the Web, there is little I haven’t experienced visually and intellectually about it. Then look at which explores/explains the engineering involved in Machu Picchu.The money came from the .76/month I was paid for making boxes for shipping baby chickens (dad had a hatchery). Hit the railroad tracks, the fork jumped off the axle and I went over the bars. Found the roadster body stopping field erosion in a gully at 15 years-old and started building a hotrod because no one told me I was too young to be attempting such things. Drag Racing: the highway north of town going past the cemetery had a nicely marked ¼ mile so we were racing whatever we owned or could con our parents out of.

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