Category Archives: History

T-Rump Gags

January 25, 2017

Overcast-gray and chilly this early Wednesday on California’s north coast, and beyond the cloud layer, supposedly no decent rain till next week. Despite weird weather, T-Rump yesterday okayed the Keystone XL and Dakota Access projects: ‘“We…

Day of Infamy

January 20, 2017

Drizzling rain this early Friday on California’s north coast, buffed by a chilled-gusty wind — weather like this forecast until Tuesday, supposedly. Of course, the entire country was buffeted this morning with the inaugural of…

‘Smearing’ the 2016 ‘Leap Second’

December 30, 2016

A quick-arriving marine layer this early Friday on California’s north coast blocked a clear, bright sunrise — despite the gray, it’s supposed to be ‘Mostly Sunny‘ today with no rain expected until Sunday. Snow flurries…

‘The Worse People’ in Charge

December 27, 2016

Overcast-gray with some layered ground fog this early Tuesday on California’s north coast — sprinkles/drizzle forecast for sometime this morning. In context of the coming new year, and a newly-minted/old word I’d never heard of…