Month: July 2011

Sidney with an “I” not a “Y”

I’m going home in a couple weeks.  Home for me is Sidney, New York.  Population: around 5,000.  I love my hometown.  Although I moved away 16 years ago just after finishing graduate school, I have many fond memories of Sidney and I miss so many things about it.  […]

Seed View for July 27th, 2011

This is a view of the Yale Alumni Magazine that was in my mail today.  Right address, wrong name.  I’m a SUNY Cortland grad, thank you very much.  Frankly, I’m offended that this rubbish showed up in my mail box and soiled my junk mail with its Ivy […]

Seed View for July 25th, 2011

This is a view of the 2012 Fiat 500 from earlier today.  Just when I thought the Smart Car, made by the French and Germans, was going to die a quick and painless death, the Italians had to go and try to one-up them.  Damn Europeans.  Merde! (that […]

Seed View for July 22nd, 2011

This is a view of the earthquake button in the elevator of the hotel I stayed at in San Diego this week.  This time I am not concentrating my focus on the fireman’s helmet button on the right.  No, I’m focusing my laser beam right on the “Earthquake” […]

Seed View for July 17th, 2011

This is a view of a San Francisco Giants fan at last night’s Giants vs. Padres game from lovely Petco Park in gorgeous and beautiful San Diego, CA. Like The Skippers clam chowder, San Diego has proclaimed itself “America’s Finest City”. It’s hard for me to disagree. My […]