Back in the 1980s, I wanted to get into the financial business. I was going to get a license to sell mutual funds. Note that I was going to “get a license.” I couldn’t just go out and start selling mutual funds, even if some company hired me. No. I had to take a 12-week course, have a 10-year background check, be fingerprinted, then pass four …Read More
Well, it’s that time again — March 28th, the anniversary of the Three Mile Island nuclear accident. The worst commercial nuclear accident in United States history. When it happened, it was the worst commercial nuclear accident in everyone’s history. The fact that it has since been surpassed in “worseness” — a couple of different times — should tell you something right there.
Normally when I post in this blog about Three Mile Island (like here…Read More
I have minted two new NFTs on the Hic et Nunc marketplace on the (environmentally friendly) Tezos blockchain.
You should go check them out, I think they are kind of fun. And a bit of a satire on the latest version of this NFT craze, where little pixelated images of things are selling for big bucks.
Oh, by the way… These are up …Read More
I have a new single being released on April 16th! It is currently being delivered to Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, Tidal, and all of the other usual suspects.
Depending on how deeply you’ve delved into my catalog, this song may be a little different than what you’re used to. But I think it’s a direction I want to pursue a little more.
I’ll be posting more info soon, both here and on my …Read More
Not really going to comment much on this except to say that the document this quote comes from makes fascinating reading in light of the current situation in the United States.
The document, entitled A Psychological Analysis of Adolph Hitler: His Life and Legend, was published in 1943 by the U.S. Office of Strategic Services, which was the predecessor to the Central Intelligence Agency. A scan of the document itself is found on the …Read More