Monthly Archives: June 2010

Car Wars

  Oh Boy!  Here we go again.  Interesting goings-on in my neighborhood on Sunday.  My Vietnamese neighbor, Billy, threw a birthday party for his daughter and as usual, every parking spot on the street was taken up by his friends, … Continue reading

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Mrs Serious’ Birthday

  Things have been a little hectic around the Serious household recently.  First Fathers Day, then our niece birthed her first baby, a little girl (I’ll post photos soon), and today was Becky’s Birthday.  I bought her a Kindle reader … Continue reading

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Fathers Day

  We spent the day visiting Mrs Serious’ Mom and Dad’s at their home.  Since it was Fathers Day her Dad, Jerry, got to watch golf ALL day!  UGH!!!  Besides that, we all had a great time.  My job was … Continue reading

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The Grunion Put On Their Own Show

Grunion season has arrived in Southern California and I’m ready to go fishin’!!  It’s a fun and relaxing way to spend a summer evening.  Most people only practice ‘catch and release’.  Never heard of Grunion?  Read on.      The … Continue reading

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More State Stuff!

  As you may recall, a few days ago I posted about weird laws, still on the books, for each State.  Today’s subject is:     Fun Facts for Each State   Hope ya like ’em!     ALABAMA … Was … Continue reading

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I’m 63 and I’m Tired

The following was written by Robert  A. Hall, a Marine  Vietnam veteran who served five terms in the  Massachusetts  State  Senate. I’m 63.  Except for one semester in college when jobs were scarce and a six-month period when I was … Continue reading

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Earthquake, Part 2

    Well, after the first main jolt, the 80+ aftershocks were nothing.  A few things fell off shelves and the water in the neighbor’s pool was sloshing around but no gas leaks or damage.  What bothers me about earthquakes … Continue reading

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