Happy Birthday to Me


You can only be young once. But you can always be immature.

American journalist and author, Dave Barry, was born on this day in 1947.

None of us is as young as we used to be. Yours truly included. Today in fact.

That’s another story.

Mug Shots (click the pick)

But we all know that age really has little or nothing to do with maturity.

If you doubt me I’ll sit here a bit whilst you go read your Facebook feed.

Or your Presidential Twitter feed.

Enough of that.

There’s a big difference between remaining young at heart, while not being immature.

Age is, after all, just a number.

For example I find it difficult to believe that I’m already 39.

My birthday. My blog. My math.

Mentally and emotionally I don’t feel my age. Physically is another story.

I’m working on it.

It’s Monday. My regular office is closed. I’m not scheduled to work at the secondary office.

And I’m not inclined to write much more.

Let me know if you find anything worth watching on Netflix.

Five Things for Your Monday

Growing Pile of Data Shows That Voter Fraud Is a Real and Vast Problem
The Daily Signal
With the addition of cases from Nebraska and Oklahoma—two states previously unaccounted for in the database—Heritage now has documented proof of electoral fraud in 47 states. This truly is a problem that spans the nation.

Progressives Destroyed Normalcy And Now They’re Shocked Trump Isn’t Normal
The Federalist
The state of our political discourse is saddening. But sometimes people are called upon to be better than their leaders—and this is one of those times.

9 Things to Do to Have a Work-Free Vacation (Infographic)
When you’re on vacation, the last thing you should be doing is checking your work email.

Crayola opens colorful contest for new crayon shade
Crayola fans feeling blue about the recent retirement of the beloved dandelion from the crayon box now have a chance to help choose its replacement.

Facebook Drone Could One Day Provide Global Internet Access
Associated Press
A solar-powered drone backed by Facebook that could one day provide worldwide internet access has quietly completed a test flight in Arizona after an earlier attempt ended with a crash landing.

American songwriter, singer, and dancer, George M. Cohan, was born on this day in 1878 (died 1942). In this clip Joel Grey performs a tribute with Cohan’s own music.


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