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Retired U.S. Army Officer having served assignments in the various parts of the world such as southeast Asia, Korea, Germany and more recently having fun in the middle east including Baghdad, Bagram Bahrain, Kuwait, etc. Currently retired as a computer Systems Engineer as a contractor for the Army.

Recent Comments

  1. about 12 hours ago on WuMo

    Never say those words…just say: It was an accident.

  2. 1 day ago on Moderately Confused

    Sho, Honey.

  3. 1 day ago on Buni

    Zombiecarrot!

  4. 1 day ago on Dilbert Classics

    No, she did her Graduate studies under Alice.

  5. 2 days ago on WuMo

    Better than several other agencies/countries that wanted to nuke the moon, contaminating thousands of square miles so that everyone could see how bad they were. Starting with the US Army. They were talked out of it. 1. They had assumed that men would never get there. 2. They neglected to consider the Bad JuJu and PR it would create.

  6. 2 days ago on Strange Brew

    This really reminds me of the Earth Vs the Flying Saucers of 1956. …They almost won.

  7. 2 days ago on Strange Brew

    Hostility and TDS.

  8. 2 days ago on Speed Bump

    THROW THE BALL! THROW THE BALL! THROW THE BALL!…

  9. 2 days ago on Thatababy

    Apparently, we are back to the Ramones Shrine homage. Personally, I was way more of a fan of Switched on Bach. THAT album blew people away when it was released.

  10. 2 days ago on Dilbert Classics

    While true, the Y2K problem won’t exist then. The problem was that Cobol did not handle the date well. By that time, if not already, cobol will be little more than a footnote in history. BTW, the original Cobol was written/based on code written by Adm Grace Hopper. In the mid 80s I was a division chief for the US Army Signal board. We had a mini computer running Cobol for some of our work. They printed off the program they used for one of our weekly reports, which when printed, was 1/2" thick. The same report done on a pc was a single page, and we still had IBM ATs and dBase.