Playing a Little Catch Up

So, here's a quick update on what I've been up to since the last post.
Natural Bridges State Park with just a wee bit of saturation.

Yacht Harbor Bubble - I've been able to ride my bike more and toured through my old stomping grounds yesterday after work. It was nice to roll over places I've spent so much time on before.
Fuzzy SC Boardwalk at night.

For a number of reasons, I am unable to provide much detail on what, exactly, I've been up to.

Here are some things I've been thinking about and talking about behind private doors on the internets.

Purity balls, in which girls 'gift their virginity' to their fathers until marriage, sweeping America

How an Under-Appreciated iOS 7 Feature Will Change the World - this is a brilliant idea that I hope gets baked into all devices moving forward to extend networks seamlessly out into the boonies.

Taking homophobia and applying it to religiophobia FTW.
This American Bro: A Portrait of the Worst Guy Ever - to which I would add, friends don't let friends become or behave like bro's. Bro's need to be exiled from society and left to starve in the wilderness, they diminish all of society by their overt and inane douchery. Yes, I know we'd end up losing Las Vegas entirely (the Bro capital of the world save Spring Break when it becomes LAUDERDALE!!!1!).

Fun at the park.

Girl Genius - a highly entertaining webcomic by the Foglio brothers of Dragon magazine fame from waaaaaaaay back in the day. Really entertaining stuff.

Not sure how all the graphics are going to play in the post. May have to make some adjustments. But I've added stuff I've reshared because I strongly believe the sentiment expressed. The bonuses for the do-nothing greedheaded assholes on Wall St. exceed ALL the earnings made by minimum wage employees. And somehow it is the lowest rung that continues to shoulder the heaviest burden while the rich get richer.

Something has to change. We cannot continue to expand the chasm between haves and have nots. The have nots simply will not stand for it beyond a point and there will be a rising up and a culling.
Greed is the problem. Not caring for the poor. GREED.


What Life Should Be Like

Like this
And like this (taken 2/21/14)
Not like this (taken 2/21/14)
Any questions?


The Slow Death of a Blog

Clearly, Intellectual Poison is teetering on the brink of non-existence after many years of being a platform to post rants, raves and reviews.

Most of my online posting goes to G+ these days, some goes to Imgur, some goes to Twitter and that means, by the time I get here, there's just not much left except resharing stuff I've already posted.

And that's not a bad thing really, I share some damned awesome stuff.

Here's a sampling of today's posts:
What happens when the President sits down next to you at a cafe
Wall furniture for cats
and this sweet pano of my favorite spot to contemplate the universe from,

and this top score I got on GeoGuessr in response to a challenge from a buddy and I freely admitted that I cheated!

And then there are some Twitter posts:
Well, let's just say there are some Twitter posts that will remain private for now. I'm not in a position or place to expose those posts.

Oh, and I took this earlier this week too. It has been exceptionally lovely and a great way to start my work day by getting my coffee and chilling out at the overlook point above Seacliff beach for a little bit before rolling in to the office.

Plenty more stuff going on in my life but I'm not in a place or position to put it down here. At least not yet. Maybe it'll post up here eventually.