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The December 1 Sunday Morning Sidewalk


I had a brief conversation with my wife yesterday.. we pondered our existence, and wondered if 'time' is really going as fast as we perceive it. My only argument was that the major earthquakes on this planet over the past decade did speed us up fractions of a millisecond--that was scientifically proven. Maybe that slight alteration in time does something to us over time.. maybe it in fact does make us feel that the passage of time--and in essence our trek around the sun--is changed.
It's because we have a child, and now a dog, and a rush of life with work and few pleasure. Could it be the plague of parents--the idea that you're watching your child grow too fast and also facing your own eventual 'ending'? It's already December.

And as long as my fate continues to allow me to exist, expect some Christmas related material this month and later as we get close to 2014, there will be an annual year in review offered us by this website for your pleasure or displeasure.

In the mean time, some news is worth offering.

Actor Paul Walker dies--in some form of twisted irony, in a car crash. He was one of the actors in the FAST AND FURIOUS films..

Paul Walker was just 40 and had a career still ahead of him.. Stars are reacting to the death..
Fast and Furious: Walker lived how he died..

The secret code for nuclear launch? It was just this easy: "00000000" So easy even a Reagan could have done it..

The monsters are always due on Maple st: A large number of Americans do not trust each other..

Video shows Comet Ison dying again..

A grim website tracks the number of deaths and injuries on Black Friday..

Sick: 97-year-old woman beaten to death during home invasion..

North Korea continues to hold 85-year-old American hostage.. the US says to let him go..

90 youth football players hit by "nasty" virus in Vegas.. The strange part that baffled medical officials: None of the players who were vomiting or sick (many went to the hospital) had one common symptom..

A Black Hole is found--that emits a brilliant light.. And it should go without question that this black hole without blackness is perplexing scientists..

At least they left her liver? Woman has her baby taken from her fetus by social services..

Chinese now think a second child is too expensive.. See what decades of a violent and horrid one child policy does to the mind of a population?

UK destroying "embarrassing" Colonial papers..

HUNGER GAMES continues to rampage box office..

CATCHING FIRE and FROZEN set to break box office records for Thanksgiving weekend..

AMERICAN MIRROR reveals the life of Norman Rockwell..

Unpublished JD Salinger stories leaked..

Sexual frustration equals a shorter life..

How to stay healthy: STAY ACTIVE ALL DAY..

COLLIDER will be a horror movie..

Must have retro school lunch boxes..

Get it now: UFO investigations manual..



Joe Rogan talks Whitley Streiber

Joe Rogan and Dennis McKenna discuss possible explanations for alien encounters. From The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast


Heather Wade announced that she was going to go to Area 51 this coming June.. People have been responding fast and furious, with some stating she is in danger of being arrested--or even killed!

Talk show legend and original MIDNIGHT IN THE DESERT host Art Bell is responding in kind to people on Facebook..

What Heather is doing is a brave act. For all my life people have talked Disclosure and talked and talked. I have no illusion that she will get to any Alien anything but at least she feels the need to do something, anything to move beyond talk and raise the stakes in trying to get to the truth. If we have been visited (and I believe we have) we have a right to know. It seems to me we have a moral right to know, will it change people’s basic faith? Not any more than the Pope suddenly being quoted as saying “There is no Hell”. We have a right to know, she is right and if a act of Civil Disobedience helps I am all for it.
On acts of civil disobedience..

Not much has ever happened in Amer…

Happy solstice

Around 25,000 people watched the sun rise across Stonehenge on the Summer Solstice this morning - an occasion that is said to have been celebrated for thousands of years at the ancient prehistoric site..

The longest day of the year.
The most beautifully long day of the year…