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  • When the dust settles

    Posted on September 23rd, 2017 cwmoore No comments

    It is hard for me to believe that any sitting USA President would like to leave a legacy of division, strife and derision such as it appears is happening. Wait, if you can re-write history then the legacy will be re-written too ūüôĀ

  • A HOT September

    Posted on September 22nd, 2017 cwmoore No comments

    The past three days have been over 90¬įF. ¬†Wow, ¬†high temperatures will continue through Monday or Tuesday as the three hurricanes are keeping the arctic high up north. ¬†The big one was Irma at Cat 5, Jose Cat 5 and Maria. ¬†The first two caused major damage to the Islands sailboat community and my friend in Marathon, FL.

    I spent all of today and yesterday in the technical room keeping cool.  I am talking on The Net tonight and the topic is Who Were Your Role Models.  A pretty cool subject and people had long winded answers.  My two were Mr. Wizard and Sky King who have influenced me throughout my life.  Now, I continue to listen to the answers of WB8ODF who is net control.  However, it now time for me to shut down but I wanted to make these comments.

  • The man who saved the world

    Posted on September 19th, 2017 cwmoore No comments

    Thank you

    Stanislav Petrov





  • Roots Of Venezuela‚Äôs Collapse

    Posted on September 2nd, 2017 cwmoore No comments

    Analysis: The Economic Roots Of Venezuela’s Collapse


    Government corruption, corporate mismanagement, falling oil production, and failure to reinvest oil revenues contributed to Venezuela’s security and economic crisis.