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Category Archives: R.I.P.
A sad day? No, not really. At age 87 and plagued by dementia, Baroness Margaret Thatcher would definite pass from the scene sooner rather than later; it was only a question of when. With her gone now, it’s a good … Continue reading
There are only twelve men, all American, who have ever walked on the moon. Some are no longer with us: Pete Conrad, Alan Shepherd, Jim Irwin. The first, Neil Armstrong, has passed on according to NBC News; the Associated Press … Continue reading
You have to admit one thing: she had the right name for her profession. Seriously. When NASA announced that Dr. Sally Ride would become the first American woman in space, as well as the first woman to fly the Space … Continue reading
Well now. I have to admit, this is a bit of a personal shock, although it was not unexpected. You see, from 2003 to 2006 I was employed as an information technician (agency, later contract) at NAHO. I remember looking … Continue reading
If the official name isn’t familiar to you, perhaps you’ll recall its more popular name: Rights and Democracy. And as today’s headlines reveal, the government is going to pull its plug. Already, its front page shows a rare thing: acceptance … Continue reading