Time Well Spent

I finally had time a short while ago to test and evaluate some new software packages. Most are work-related but but one was a new video editor.

After playing around with the capabilities, I started a few projects and I was really please with the initial results.

Granted, the more I used the software, the better the final output, but it gave me the chance to setup and test something else I’ve wanted to play around with for a while; my own YouTube channel.

People who have viewed the videos here will probably not see anything new except for how they are presented.

One new video is a composition of videos from my truck DVR which highlights some of the reasons why I have it to begin with other than Keith Keller trying to run me off the road.

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Stalker Update – Merry Xmas and Happy New Year

I seem to have received a Christmas present and did even realize it.

Any post I make here is replicated on Facebook, but I recently posted a specific item on FB about my stalker and his wife, who works for a well know church in OV.  This time, I made sure to tag her by name and it linked to her FB account.

That tag didn’t last long, but the ramifications certainly did.

So, after checking the thumbnail feeds for the week, it appears that my stalker’s activities stopped.

Of course, this may only be of the moment, but its good to know who the boss in that household is.

I hope everyone had a great Christmas and Happy New Year.

I know I did, especially after this.

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Stalker Update

Or rather an update for my stalker.

I’m so sorry you really, really hate my car DVR and this blog.

I’m so sorry all those emails you sent amounted to nothing more than wasted time on your part.

But, take heart.  They did provide a great amount of amusement for quite a few people.

If it makes you feel any better, you bring a smile to my face everyday.

Especially when I leave to go to work those long, arduous six hour days.

Actually five hour days. I take time out for lunch and breakfast.

Happy Holidays.

 

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Why I have a video security system part 13

For the very odd bird migrations we have in the fall in Tidewater.

Here, we see the very rare Pink-Bellied Wobbler commonly know as the Salmon Roly-Poly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Isn’t nature just wonderful?

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Why I have a video security system part 12

For the times when Keith Keller shows his total disregard for pedestrians, especially when one pedestrian just happens to be one of my kids.

I’m sure it’s just me that thinks cutting off pedestrians with a truck is a bad thing.

But there is more information to consider.  Keith Keller drove quicker and shorter in turning around in front of my house in order to cut off my daughter.

Here is a normal pass in front of my home when no vehicles are parked on the street:

Here’s the pass on that day:

Not only did he cut the path drastically shorter, you can see Keith in the first video following the other pedestrian very closely right before he turns and cuts off my daughter.

But as with all the other things Keith Keller has done, I’m sure there is a rational explanation or even a justification.  Right?

I think next time this happens, I’ll let him tell the police just what that justification is.

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Fair-Weather Patriots

I never knew such a thing existed until one of my friend’s fathers, who was in the military, described what one was one day.   Granted, I was around ten at the time.  Now they are all too easy to see and find.

Most are the lazy who think that flying American flags on their property makes them a patriot while totally disrespecting the flag in the manner it is flown and treated.  Not having the flag fully illumined at night, using dim solar lights that a Bic lighter could outshine or leaving it up in the rain and foul weather would be prime examples.

Leaving a flag up that is tattered, torn or faded is another.

Disposing of one by simply throwing it away is the final insult.

I’m sure that a legitimate critique would the predicable question of “where’s your flag?!”  I don’t have one and for a very good reason.

Leaving a flag up at night as long as it is fully or properly illuminated seems foreign given that the veterans I knew growing up would hoist the flag every morning and take it down at dusk.

If I were to fly an American flag, it would feel wrong not giving it such respect.  Every BSA camp I have ever been to practices this as well.

Considering the work schedule I typically have, not to mention modern life, I simply cannot ensure that I could do the same.

The recent shooting at the Chattanooga recruiting station has led to a multitude of American flags being lowered to half-staff not just on Federal and State properties, but with companies and civilians.

That is with civilians that are not fair-weather patriots or who use the flag as a decoration.

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And yes, that is a weak solar light at the top of the pole.

Is this an atavistic view?  I think it is sad if it has become so.

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Dinner for tonight – Chicken Madeira

 

Cheesecake Factory version with Madeira wine, portabella mushrooms and real mozzarella.

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