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            Monday, May 25, 2015


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Coming Soon: ACLU SUES TO KEEP EAGLE OUT OF RELIGION
 

Eagle on Tombstone
Taken at the National Cemetery  in Minneapolis on a June morning as it appeared in the Minneapolis  Star/Tribune

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BLUE BLOODS MOMENT


Tom Selleck stars as Frank Reagan, the chief of police in New York and patriarch of the Reagan clan, a multigenerational family of cops. Frank's oldest son is Danny, a seasoned detective and Iraqi War veteran who occasionally uses dubious tactics to solve cases. Daughter Erin, the lone female, is an assistant district attorney. Fresh out of Harvard Law, Jamie is the youngest member and "golden boy" of the family. Jamie gave up a lucrative future in law to continue the family's tradition in police work, and is asked to participate in a secretive investigation that even his father does not know about.

I've mentioned that Blue Bloods has become our all time favorite dinner series, primarily because we always feel good at the end.  Here's a clip from  the episode (Loss of Faith) we watched last night (Netflix) that's representative.  In this instance a nice Catholic girl dies because she retrograded to Islam.  The obvious suspect is the the hateful, radical brother of the  Muslim  kid she fell for (an honor killing).  Not. Her father accidentally strangled her whilst trying to stop her from leaving home.

Every show ends at the family dinner table, and here's a situation where we might expect a wholesale Hollywood rant about homophobic, Islamo hating right-wing fanatic mo-fkrs.  But no; there is room to recognize cultural differences (and subtle disapprobation for certain parties, ahem),  but a need to accommodate where we can.  With humor. 

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That would not be an "honor killing" Rodge. Selleck must need the money. Thanks for the heads up I was going to begin the series. Damn!
 
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In this series, the family dinner table is a classic Greek chorus. It drops the pretense of the story and tells what the plot conflicts are. It is both insightful and entertaining. Worked for the Greeks and works well here as well.

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The wife and Ihave enjoyed this series from the beginning. Like all series', it has better and worse episodes, but is overall very well done. I've read that this is the world's most popular American drama.
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                 I GET MAIL
 

It doesn't matter  what party you belong to - this is good natured political humor from a show on Canadian TV, where Ian Brown, a black commedian,  said he misses Bill Clinton.

"Yep, that's right -      I miss Bill Clinton *He was the closest thing we ever got to having a real black man as
President.

*He played the sax.

*He smoked      weed.

*He had his way with      ugly white women.

*Even now? Look at him ... His wife works, and he doesn't!  And, he gets a check from the government every month.

*Manufacturers   announced today that they will be stocking America 's shelves this week  with " Clinton Soup," in honor of one of the nations' distinguished men. It consists primarily of a hot dog in hot water.

*Chrysler Corporation is adding a new car to its line to honor Bill Clinton. The Dodge Drafter will be built in Canada.

*When asked what he   thought about foreign affairs, Clinton replied, "I don't know, I never  had one."

*The Clinton revised  judicial oath: "I solemnly swear to tell the truth as I know it, the  whole truth as I believe it to be, and nothing but what I think you need  to know."

*Clinton will be      recorded in history as the only President to do Hanky Panky between the   Bushes.

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I won't kid you; it's obvious why I might have been drawn to "CASHBACK."  Twice.  I like retail store movies.  Seriously.  I watched "Career Opportunities" several times back in the day, and really liked The Good Girl.   The supermarket scene in Animal House was a triumph. Even more srsly, someone recently recommended it to me, and when I pulled it up on Netflix I discovered I'd rated it with 4 stars and then forget about it.  I watched it again Saturday night. Now I give it 5 stars.  Yes, there are naked girls, but I swear, I found them no more prurient than walking through an art galley where nudes are displayed. I'd watch it during Lent.  This is a just a technically sound, subtly hilarious, and well executed film. All of you except for some will agree with me. You're welcome.




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I loved this movie. I worked in a grocery store much of my youth... Over 10 years.
They captured the boredom, hi jinks and management drama perfectly...
On top of that the boy/girl drama, the best friend dynamic...
5 Stars and an A+ to boot!
 
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            Sunday, May 24, 2015





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Web seminar?
 
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PREVIOUSLY
"... anyone know anything about VIVINT.SOLAR?"




: The deal with Vivant is, in our case, is they will sell us energy collected from "their panels" for 10.5 cents per kwh. Pur current cost is around 36 cents. If we use less than what is generated, the excess is sold back to BG&E and credited to us. There are ZERO costs involved for the installation; there are no battery devices involved. This all sounds pretty sweet. However, even while the sales guy was pitching us I Googled them. While there were just a few entries on the consumer page, all were negative. Yesterday the surveyor was here a 8AM and did a full roof sun collection survey on our roof and told us when he was finished that he's sure we will qualify and get panels. On the upside is the promise of reducing energy costs, and but also the positive effect it ought have when we sell. I sent the contract to our son who now living in Utah (Vivant's home). While going through the packet I noticed that the salesman did not leave his workup sheets. I feel uneasy which is why these queries.  - April 28th

Had many requests for updates on Vivint's offer of free solar panels .  Here's a brief summary of how this made sense for us after some due diligence.

The People's State of MD (some other states are also on board with this) are fining BGE about one million dollars a day until they show proper progress toward promoting renewable energy.  That right there is the incentive.  BGE not only pay agents like Solar City, Vivint, et. al., to find good candidates (lots of sun), they supply the panels.  They allow the agent (Vivint) to sell generated electricity to the homeowner at, in our case, 10.5¢ kWh (we currently pay about 35¢).  In effect then, Vivint is renting our roof for 20 years.  Vivint will also collect all federal and state rebates.  There are no batteries; nothing is saved locally. 

Our initial concerns were an abundance of bad Googled reviews from people who'd dealt with Vivint.  Most were about not getting response back about what was going on; probably people who failed the test (a guy comes out and surveys your sun footprint), and the sales person was not considerate enough to tell them.  One claimed that after a few months they were actually paying more for electricity than before.  That's only possible if the owner started using considerably more power, like buying room air conditioners for every room when they had none before.  Another claimed the installer damaged his roof.

Vivint is a Utah company with a good history, but  new to the solar game. Fortunately we have a son who's a big shot corporate lawyer, and who just bought a home in Utah.  Sent him the contract to check it out.  They passed muster. We said okay.

We were scheduled to have our install on June 30, but our salesman called Friday and said they had a crew available to install this Saturday.  Since you can opt out of the deal up to the point where they're climbing the ladder, I'm guessing someone did just that.  We said OK.  They showed up around noon, and less than three hours later had installed 34 panelsworth $44,000 according to the state permit and were gone.  Now we await BGE's installation of the collection meter. 

FWIW, the installer said his mom had the panels installed.  Her first month's bill was 6¢.  We'll see.  The pitch of our roof is such that we can't see the panels unless we go across the street, which is the view you see.


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Anything to do with "renewable energy", i.e., wind and solar, is 90% horse doovers, 10% tomatos.

It ain't working now, and it won't, ever, until there is a better photovoltaic device.

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Yeah, that collection meter in the upper right window is sure a keeper!
 
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BiL - who is an obsessive researcher - chose to buy the things and now his morning, with-coffee activity [and afternoon with ceegar n beer] is to wander round to the meter and watch it run backward. [He does live in a windy, hothothot semi-desert...][and grows the best oranges and tomatoes!]

He grins quietly like a shark at a minnow convention.

Hope it all works as well for you. We're looking to put them *somewhere* round here. *somewhere* they don't reflect brightly toward anywhere *I* am. I hate glare.

PG&E did some craptastic 'deal' with our local county .gov wherein a new bureaucracy was created to deliver ONLY "Clean" power to one's home. Thru the same lines. They say it will cost less than regular PG&E. [hahahahahaha]

Turns out, they add a $9.95 charge -- on top of whatever you bought -- for the 'cheaper' "Clean" power. Which comes thru the same lines as the rest of the power on the grid -- like that coal plant in Idaho.

How do the little electrons know which house to go to? Maybe the $9 charge is for tiny little address labels and electron training?

[What happens when they're covered with snow?]
 
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Homeowners that did it are up in arms here in CO.

1. Technology is only going to improve, you'd be installing what will be considered relics, 5 years from now.
2. Beware liens (they call them "fixture filings") filed against the house.
3. Who pays for de-installation and re-installation if you have to replace your shingles?
4. Who is responsible for cleaning the panels?
5. What do local real estate agents say about panels affecting the sales process and value?
6. What happens if the panels do not deliver on the hype?

All these question have answers that are disadvantageous to owners, here in Colorado.... could differ elsewhere.

Cuzzin Rick
 
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I'm a little suspicious of the transaction. When people are so energy conscience, they install a solar array, the time when the energy can be sold back to the grid is when the least amount of energy is used in a household. Otherwise, the profit for the endeavor may be much more than the savings for energy use.

You get what you pay for, and sometimes, that's not a bargain.
 
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My son is in the mortgage business, and says a lot of lenders won't touch a loan where the home has leased solar equipment (re-fi, or sale). Owned is a different story, but he stopped dealing with those kinds of mortgages, because so many have fallen through. Regrets I did not see this before you installed, wishing you well !
 
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OK, so you're running off the panels during daylight; is there a way to add storage (batteries)? Any idea why they chose 36 panels as the magic number? Was that as many as would fit? Any idea what the total output of the panels is?

We need the details, Rodger.
 
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I looked into the offer from Elon Musk's Solar City. Not impressed: they collect your energy credits, and you still pay a bit to them for the solar panels that they mount on your roof.

The really cool thing is that after 20 years, you own them free and clear! Oh. The efficiency decreases year after year, and at 20-25 years, they've reached the end of their lifespan.

So who gets to pay for removal of the useless panels and disposal of them as hazardous waste? Why, that would be the lucky owner. What a deal!

Thanks, but no.
 
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Piffles ...

We entertained all of those eventualities (save the PG&E deal) and here's where we stand.

1. The technology will improve, always does. I can and do still watch old VCR tapes. What matters, bottom line,is at what point will we end up paying more per kwh than my neighbor? Answer="Never."

2. Our investment is, quite literally, $0.

3. Since Vivint is contractually responsible for maintaining and replacing the panels, the question becomes what happens if they don't?

Well, their only incentive will be to keep collecting from us the monthly 10.5 cents/kwh (which can increase at mil rates over 20 years). And what if they don't? At worst, we will find ourselves paying BGE the full price our neighbor pays. Which begs the question ..

4. Are the panels an eyesore? You be the judge, but if I didn't know they were installed, it might be months before I even noticed. So no problem. Plus, I think they protect our shingles.

5. We have the right to buy out Vivint at any point over the 20 years at a depreciating rate. Worst case is if the panels become useless. What value do they have at all? I won't know because I'll be dead, or drooling in a cup at some nursing home. Vivint will have no incentive to battle in court if it came to that anyway.

6. What happens if there's snow on the roof? Easy. There is no power generated; winter bills go up since there's fewer sun hours anyway.

7. Will it for some reason make our house harder to sell? I can't see why, but then that's something our kids and heirs will have to work out.

We have nothing to lose, and something to gain. It's nice being 90 years old.
 
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When it's hot and sunny out, and your panels are pumping out tons of juice, and your house starts on fire, how does the fire dept. turn off the power?

Bad Anon
 
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I know you're (must be) joking; there are no storage batteries, ergo everything goes directly to BG&E. What electricity we generate that is not used by us is sold to the guy next door.
 
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Wow, Rodger is taking flak for something on his house that you can barely see and he didn't have to pay for. Worst case scenario is that these things don't work and he had 44k worth of free shingle covers installed. The best case is pretty awesome. If it's somewhere in the middle, the bare facts are that it was free, and it was not intrusive to his household.

I think they look kind of cool on the roof, actually, but would not of noticed if you hadn't mentioned it. Upside is huge, downside seems very minimal. Keep us updated, as it will be interesting reading no matter what.

Josh
 
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If you have a fire, the fire dept. can't/won't fight it because of the dangerous voltages/currents on the roof. Their water can't get between the solar panels and the roof proper to extinguish it.
So you end up losing all of it.
 
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These are wonderful! America, what a country! (Josh wins)
 
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Much of our traffic control equipment uses solar panels to charge batteries, and to provide power during the day.

After decades of working on the critters, I've found the panels survive longer than what they power. Some equipment is over ten years old, and the panels still work as originally designed.

The only problem I'd have with your setup is the long term maintenance, and the cost of roof repairs, if necessary. I'm thinking the panels could be removed in as short of time as that required to install, and coordination would be the biggest drawback. When removed, the roof project would be no different than any roof project.
 
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In our case Jess, we had a new 40 year roof installed 2 years ago. But, yeah, anybody who buys a house ought expect shit to happen.
 
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Ahhh,
I see that you've installed a vent for your methane generator in the upper window.
 
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            Saturday, May 23, 2015





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Of course not. It's printed.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick (who writes in cursive) (and sometimes curses when he writes)
 
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Missed you!
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Brilliant Return!
 
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I disagree. Many things are written in stone, but time, corrosive water, and a loss of the written word turn brilliant observations into insignificant scribbles as profound as hemorrhoid ointment advertisements in the local paper.
 
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            Wednesday, May 20, 2015


TIME TO REINVENT MYSELF

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Your Don Draper moment.

Casca
 
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Maybe this will help

"Nothing is yet in its true form" C.S. Lewis

or this

"I'm a multidimensional person and that's the freedom of fashion: that you're able to reinvent yourself through how you dress and how you cut your hair or whatever." Emma Watson

Luigi
 
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Again?
 
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Reinventing or restoring?
Think of yourself as a classic car.
After a certain age and mileage, you flaunt your dated design and aim for comfort and reliability.
Make the whippersnappers think "good old days."
 
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You just enJOY yourself. A regained sense o' humor is a precious thing!

We'll be here.

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Rodger, maybe a relocation to a nice southern state and blog about family and puppies. Since my beloved Florida has gone over the edge, I'm seriously considering a move to escape the craziness.
 
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My Dad used to call that 'goofing off'.
 
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As a teenager, I was freakin bee-yootifull. Flat belly, limber back, head of hair, great golf swing, 20-20 vision, able to leap small obstacles at a single bound.

In my mid-20s, I re-engineered myself; became a husband, father, heavy drinker, chain smoker, and serious threat to the nation's cholesterol supply.

As a 40-something, I began to notice stuff beginning to fall -- teeth, hair, pecs, butt -- so I gave up tobacco, cut way back on spirits, and told the Navy I'd had enuf.

Just before hitting 60, my main circ pump developed some sludged-up pipes, so I completely revamped my diet: no pork, no sausage, no eggs, no salt, nuthin fried, no fun.

At setenta y cinco, I finally admitted to myself that I'm not immortal and am headed into the final lap. To quote a well-known voice, "At this point, what DIFFerence does it make!"

So I continue to throw my daily sh-- against the wall, no longer caring if any of it sticks or not. If people don't like it, they know where the "delete" key is.

Long ago I wrote a poem which ended with this quatrain:

It's like my Granddad told me, "Son,
When you have seen your whole life's run
And never pissed off anyone,
You haven't got much said or done."


 
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Something like Dr Whoo?

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            Tuesday, May 19, 2015



 
Drinks on the house!




This blogging thing.  I'll guess that most everyone who participates in "social media" is prone to a conceit that what they say can actually matter.  Change things.  But, we've reached a point, IMO,  where truth is an ethereal concept open to individual interpretaion.  So we're fucked.  I forget that sometimes, and get terribly frustrated even though I know better.  My "About" page states, simply:

"This blog is really like a neighborhood bar.  That explains everything.  Sooner or later you'll be happy,  pissed off, laughing, and then disappointed. Drinks are not free. Neither is the Prozac. Also, all professional democrats are liars. "  

Okay then.

A young blonde woman is distraught because she fears her husband is having an affair, so she goes to a gun shop and buys a handgun. The next day she comes home to find her husband in bed with a beautiful redhead. She grabs the gun and holds it to her own head. The husband jumps out of bed, begging and pleading with her not to shoot herself. Hysterically the blonde responds to the husband, ''Shut up...you're next!''

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   HELTER SKELTER                          
Provoking Racial Unrest
                                                               
 




ACORN’s successor group in Missouri has been paying protesters $5,000 a month to generate civil unrest in Ferguson ....



MORE is the rebranded Missouri branch of the former Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) which filed for bankruptcy in late 2010. That ACORN state chapter reconstituted itself in December 2009 as MORE under orders from ACORN’s national headquarters. President Obama used to work for ACORN and he represented it in court as a lawyer. (See my previous article on MORE.)

MORE has been active in the Ferguson protests and in efforts to free jailed demonstrators so they can continue vandalizing businesses, intimidating perceived adversaries, setting fires, throwing projectiles and human waste at cops, and engaging in the Left’s usual modes of so-called nonviolent protest. MORE believes that protesters should be given a blank check to inflict whatever harm they wish on the community in pursuit of social justice.

The unpaid rent-a-mob operatives complain that MORE stiffed them the same way ACORN did to hired protesters throughout its 40 years of radical left-wing rabble-rousing. The ACORN network’s leadership was always predominantly white while its foot soldiers were mostly non-white, a fact that caused tension within the criminal community organizing outfit. [More Front Page]

http://tinyurl.com/ACORN-SLIME

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Why is it that I can so easily assume the photo of Obama in the "acorn beret" is NOT Photoshopped?


 
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Res Ipsa Loquitur       

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