Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Men and their machines — MidWeek Blues — Sky Pollution
Bane of red light runners. Generator of many tickets.
The item sticking out above the lights is an automated camera
aimed at license plates. A moving car on red causes a picture.
Thank goodness I don't run red lights, at least not here.
Changing belts on this model of Sears vacuum cleaners is not easy.
It is almost as hard as changing the timing belt on a Ford Pinto.
Done both, several times.
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If you want to post a MidWeek Blues picture, go get directions from Rebecca by clicking on the logo picture on the right. She has a Mr. Linky and good directions . Just do what I did.
I am a little behind on returning comments as I am still doing income tax and stuff. Blogging is a relaxing aversion.
Hubby filed ours yesterday. Boy our quarterly taxes are big this year. Yikes. We just looked at each other in amazement.
Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)
I wonder how many people tried to sue for injuring themselves by working on a vacuum that was running
have a wonderful Easter - Hope sends hugs to all
Yup we've got those cameras everywhere too ... and the instructions on MOST things are pretty inane.
Hugs and blessings,
So is that what those thingys are over the lights? Hmmm...good thing I don't run lights either. And for the vacuum. Ugh. I hate them. Finding one that works without breaking is impossible for me. Although I did find one that doesn't use belts, it is direct drive or something like that.
A lot of towns around here use those camera. Funny how you quickly learn which intersections have them and which don't.
Taxes = headache!
Sorry to hear your kidneys are getting old.
I've had blogging blahs too. More like commenting blahs I guess!
This blog has had 1551 posts, my total for all the blogs is 2904. For a while I was doing one a day on this blog. No more.
My kidneys are just getting old. The number count in my blood is perfect right now. Even my sodium has caught up but still at the lower edge.
The numbers went crazy when the artery to my left kidney plugged up. That got cleaned out with a stent real nice.
Nice hearing from you.
I haven't really got time for blogging these days either.
Then, again, it's such fun.
Take my Texan friend Jim for instance. He always manages to come up with new view on life's many aspects, be it a household tool, public issues like tax and traffic, health care or the love for his family, pets and sports.
It's always a pleasure being a guest at your blog, and I pick up lots of details to give a better picture of the great jigsaw puzzle that the united Sates of America is.
I most of all appreciate your church reports, from Sunday School, missionary trips and your care for the homeless and needy in your own town.
Some cars and good laughs add life and light to your blogs, not to speak of your travel reports.
Hope the taxman doesn't scare you off, cause, I miss you so.
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