We timestamp our moments (or the computer does it for us), with each detail of the stamp representing the same journey at different paces. Our spot in time is part of a specific year, a specific month, a specific day of the week, a specific day, and even hours, minutes, seconds. There’s the signpost upContinue reading “The signpost up ahead”
“You stopped.” “No, I didn’t.” “Yes, you did.” “I never stopped.” “And yet, you have nothing to show.” “That’s pretty harsh.”
“Life is short. Make sure you spend as much time as possible on the internet arguing with strangers about politics.” — a popular meme There are (at least) two ways to respond to angry/hateful statements that you encounter on (anti-) social media: With anger/hate in kind, or with love. How about saying, “We should talk”?
Richard W. Bluhm, 96, W2KXD, a Chester resident for more than a half-century, died Sunday, July 19, 2020, after a short illness. He was born Nov. 15, 1923, in Summit, the fifth child of Herman W. and Frances M. (Ryszczynski) Bluhm of Millburn. From an early age Richard was fascinated by the amazing new technologyContinue reading “Thanks, Dad”