The Inspiration for Pizza by Candlelight – Sightseeing “Unending Wonders”

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Inspiration for Pizza by Candlelight 1 – Sightseeing “Unending Wonders of a Subatomic World or In Search of the Great Penguin” – Google Maps Redux Inspiration for Pizza by Candlelight 2 – Sightseeing “Unending Wonders of a Subatomic World or In Search of the Great Penguin” – Google Maps Redux Is it bad form and considered demythologizing fiction for a …

The Depression Cathedral of Hoover Dam

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Hoover Dam – Google Maps Redux View full I realize that though I wrote about Hoover Dam in Unending Wonders of a Subatomic World, the event was streamlined, couched in comedy taking advantage of Hope and Chance wrangling life on The Road. Your experience probably won’t be like mine because we all parse things a bit differently and circumstance is …

In the Name of Research I Visit the International UFO Museum, Part 1

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Part One in a series of posts on subjects found in the book Thunderbird and the Ball of Twine. In Which I Explore the International UFO Museum and Research Center at Roswell, New Mexico To where would Odile McDonald have made a point of making a pilgrimage after having seen a UFO? Okay, well, maybe not exactly a pilgrimage, but …

She was Our Mother, so she cried

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My sinuses are exploding, I’m fuzzed with heavy duty Benadryl but can’t sleep, can’t think to do anything marginally useful or productive, and so here I am ready to talk about George Alec Effinger’s “What Entropy Means to Me”. Jennifer at Saying Yes picked it up as I’d good things to say about it and because it features giant people-terrorizing …

The small ways in which art imitates life – Sightseeing “Unending Wonders”

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Fireworks Emporium, Tennessee Fireworks Emporium Revisited, Tennessee – Google Maps Redux The thrill and explosive, thunderous pizazz of colorful fireworks, which we Americans so closely associate with the clarion call of freedom and the 4th of July, but instead of a celebration of peace were probably more intended to recall and celebrate the “rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in …