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Posts Tagged ‘performance

Buying on Sale

May 16, 2019

Many shoppers are enticed by Ads that claim that their items are marked down for sale from their usual higher prices. These ads claim / offer that the shoppers will save some amount of money by Buying on Sale through these merchants who are offering their deals. What does not appear to be as well […]

The Fast Lane: An Enigma

March 10, 2019

Many people who drive have a preference for one of the lanes on a highway over the others. My experience has shown me that most of the folks who are driving in the slow lane are planning to get off the highway at one of the exits that are coming up pretty soon.  Although, some […]

Sixty is the New Twenty

March 5, 2019

For my Sixtieth Birthday (I am a little older now), Kevin gave me a CD that he burned himself with music that I liked when I first heard it and play it still. Check out some of these songs and lyrics and see if you like them also: Mr. Blue Sky – Electric Light Orchestra […]

And now “The Book”

July 27, 2018

In May 2018, I started a “Go Fund Me” site to gather some money so that I can publish “The Book” that represents my “softwareengineeringhandbook.wordpress.com” blog. The Title of the book will be: “IT’s Lost Art of Software Engineering” and will contain much of what has been posted in my blog for the last few […]

An Inside Joke

June 18, 2017

Do you know what an Inside Joke is? It’s a joke that only works inside my head!  That’s an Inside Joke. And by the way, that, in itself, is an Inside Joke!   However, since you are here, why don’t you check out some of my other blogs: IT’s Lost Art of Software Engineering: https://softwareengineeringhandbook.wordpress.com/ […]

Presidential History

April 28, 2017

From a Friend on Facebook (I hope he doesn’t mind…) The first president I remember led the allied forces in Europe to victory in WWII. He cautioned us against the military industrial complex. He built the American highway system to enable American to defend itself. The second gave his life for America. He read seven […]

A Letter to the American People

March 15, 2016

DEAR AIRLINES: Dump the male flight attendants. No one wanted them in the first place. Replace all the female flight attendants with young, good-looking strippers! They don’t even serve food anymore, so what’s the loss? The strippers would at least triple the alcohol sales and get a “party atmosphere” going in the cabin. And, of […]

Advice to the Financially Forlorn

January 6, 2016

Imagine you are twenty somethin and you about to embark on your professional career.  How much money do you think you will make over the course of your career?  If you were to start at a conservative salary of $35,000 and assume an average pay increase of about 7% per year for a career of […]

Not one word is needed..

May 27, 2015

TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS WHO SERVED IN THE ARMED FORCES — THANK YOU FOR PRESERVING MY FREEDOM!!!!!!!!!!              You may have seen it before, but​ it’s​ worth another look!!!               Food  City, a grocery store chain, is located in the Southeast and  is headquartered in Bristol, TN. This is a great 1-minute  commercial. Not a word is spoken and none is […]

A Concert in the Hague (from email)

March 9, 2015

Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands attended a concert in the capitol, TheHague. The Conductor, who just happens to be Muslim, proceeds to give the Queen a lecture on the “beauty” ofIslam. The entire orchestra got up and walked out, refusing to be associated with someone lecturing their queen. Staff of the music hall escorted the conductor […]