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CVH and mama love watching football on TV. Although I don’t know much about American football, I’ll often join them. TV coverage of football has improved tremendously in the last fifteen years or so. It used to be excruciating to … Continue reading
Downtown Chicago, 1911.
When I was a small tot, I remember going with my mother to the grocery store. She spent $20 each week to feed two adults and a small child. Once I went with a family friend on their shopping trip; … Continue reading
At supermarkets there are several large signs on the side and back walls. These include “Deli”, “Dairy”, “Produce”, “Meat”, and “Seafood”. I’ve always wondered about “Meat” and “Seafood”. Isn’t seafood meat? Shouldn’t it be “Seafood” and “Landfood”? Or the “Meat” … Continue reading
Directions. When we lived in Houston, my wife used to joke that if something wasn’t on the freeway, Westheimer, or Montrose, Conrad didn’t know how to get there. I could argue that if something weren’t on the freeway, Westheimer, or … Continue reading
One of CVH’s facebook friends posts a question on a regular basis. This week’s question was “What book has changed your life?” I will set aside the metaphysical question of if one can change their life (for after all, you … Continue reading
For those of you who were skeptical of my claim that I sighted a copy of “mac & cheese” magazine at our local Kroger, I went ahead and purchased the latest edition on my last visit there. Your mouth will … Continue reading
I subscribe to the Louisville Free Public Library’s RSS feed, so I can keep track of new books and DVDs that become available. This allows me to read a lot of books at minimal expense, of course, including books that … Continue reading
is not like rain on your wedding day, of course. I received a come-on from an insurance company telling me that, as an AARP member, I could be eligible for special reduced AARP rates. Always looking to save a buck … Continue reading
Subtitle: Conway’s Game of Life in IBM Assembler Assembly language is what you saw from Arnold’s viewpoint in The Terminator (the first movie). I have implemented Conway’s Game of Life in IBM 390 (z/OS) assembler. (For an explanation of the … Continue reading