As I was eating dinner at TGI Friday's in Time Square tonight, I saw this man at the corner of 7th and Broadway and 46th St. who did drawings. He did this in about five minutes and it's not bad. My grandfather, the late Andrew Sheptak, did one, too, but he apparently paid about $2000
In 1992, Gov. Guy Hunt's Chief of Staff Dennis Nabors brought me and one other to New York to eat one night on a break from the NGA meeting at Princeton. One place we couldn't find was Umberto's Clam House, which I've told people about ever since. We wound up at The River Cafe instead.
It was explained to me that this rat is looking onto a construction site in the Bronx. Those who crossed the line are "rats!"
Wow, this was a low-cost hotel not far from Times Square and it's really pretty cool. The room is small as advertised, but serves as a great encourager to not stay in it. The cab ride over from LaGuardia wasn't bad, about $30. The hotel is clean, and almost reminds me of the W line.
Well, it took what, the first day of the season to have our first storm. While Tropical Storm Arthur,was already over land and is expected to weaken, you have to wonder if we're not in for a LONG hurricane season if we're into one day and already having a storm. Perhaps this is a foreboding
The problems at Minot AFB in North Dakota seem to be continuing. That's really amazing to me given the seriousness we used to endure when the ORI showed up at KI Sawyer AFB when I was kid in Michigan. When ORI (Operation Readiness Inspection) showed up, it was all business. All business. Now comes news
My heart continues to hurt for the parents and kids of China who have had their lives devastated by the recent earthquake and now the potential flooding from the lakes formed by rivers being dammed up from the quake. I saw on the AP today that about 5 million people have been displaced because of
Wow. It made it. NASA has a success once again. And in big measure. A new lander on Mars. Phoenix. What a fantastic human achievement. It's the irony of all Hollywood ironies. How many times in the movies have we seen a Martian spacecraft landing here on Earth to see who we are, and in
I have been eying the book, Einstein by Walter Isaacson, all week and thought about getting it on the way out to LA Monday, then thought about it on the way back from LA Monday and then got it on the way to STL on Wednesday. I'm into the first 100 pages and the book